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Drama That Delivers

Author : Nancy Duffy Hery
ISBN : 1563084295
Genre : Education
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Eight plays for children grades six through twelve offer role-playing opportunities dealing with such subjects as alcoholism in the family, teen suicide, and eating disorders

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Genre : Children
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Everything You Need To Know About Stepfamilies

Author : Bruce Glassman
ISBN : 0823917983
Genre : Social Science
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Discusses the problems and adjustments involved in having only one parent in the family and what happens when that parent remarries, giving the child a stepfamily.

Lesbian Gay Bisexual And Transgender Americans At Risk Problems And Solutions 3 Volumes

Author : Chuck Stewart
ISBN : 9781440832369
Genre : Social Science
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Three volumes organized by the three phases of life—youth, middle age, and old age—explore the LGBTQ+ experience, delving deeply into research on a multitude of hot topics including risks experienced by this sometimes targeted population. • More than forty topics in three volumes are timely and in the news • Each topic is evaluated by academic authorities • References are authoritative and include primary resources • Contributors embrace and reflect the diversity found in the LGBTQ+ community

The Genocide Machine In Canada

Author : Robert Davis
ISBN : 0919618049
Genre : Business & Economics
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The authors claim and support with quoted statements that Canada is committing an act of genocide against the native peoples of the north in the process of 'developing' the north.

A Student S Guide To A2 Drama And Theatre Studies For The Aqa Specification

Author : Philip Rush
ISBN : 9781904226307
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Teacher Inquiries In Literacy Teaching Learning

Author : Christine C. Pappas
ISBN : 9781135688899
Genre : Education
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This book consists of the reports of 13 urban elementary teacher researchers' year-long inquiries around literacy topics--conducted as part of a collaborative school-university action research project. The focus is on how they attempted to transform their teaching practices to meet the needs of students from diverse ethnic and linguistic backgrounds, and how their inquiry efforts resulted in developing more collaborative styles of teaching. These teachers explore how collaborative classroom interactions occur when teachers move away from teaching-as-transmission approaches to ones in which they share power and authority with their students--viewing them not as 'at risk' but instead as 'at promise.' Because the everyday interactions between teachers and students are realized by social talk in the classroom, classroom discourse was analyzed to study and document the teacher researchers' efforts to make changes in the locus of power in literacy teaching and learning. Their chapters are filled with classroom discourse examples to illustrate their points. The volume includes teacher inquiries conducted in elementary classrooms from kindergarten through eighth grade. Three took place in bilingual classrooms, one in a special education class. These inquires cover a range of literacy topics, including reading-aloud, language richness, writing, literature discussion groups, drama, and 'pretend' reading. The background and theoretical underpinnings of the project are discussed in an introduction written by the editors; in the conclusion they pull together the major themes in the teacher researchers' chapters and discuss the political implications of their efforts to change literacy teaching and learning in their urban classrooms.

I Ve Got Something To Say

Author : David Booth
ISBN : 9781551382890
Genre : Education
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Inspire your students to get involved in their own learning by giving them a voice in determining, organizing, structuring, and responding to what is happening in the classroom. This thoughtful book offers practical strategies to engage students in dialogue and discussion of all types, as well as collaborative and cooperative classroom events.

Student Plagiarism In An Online World Problems And Solutions

Author : Roberts, Tim S.
ISBN : 1599048035
Genre : Law
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Twenty years ago, plagiarism was seen as an isolated misdemeanor, restricted to a small group of students. Today it is widely recognized as a ubiquitous, systemic issue, compounded by the accessibility of content in the virtual environment. Student Plagiarism in an Online World: Problems & Solutions describes the legal and ethical issues surrounding plagiarism, the tools and techniques available to combat the spreading of this problem, and real-life situational examples to further the understanding of the scholars, practitioners, educators, and instructional designers who will find this book an invaluable resource.

Reading And Writing Disability Differently

Author : Tanya Titchkosky
ISBN : 9781442691551
Genre : Social Science
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Mixing rigorous social theory with concrete analysis, Reading and Writing Disability Differently unpacks the marginality of disabled people by addressing how the meaning of our bodily existence is configured in everyday literate society. Tanya Titchkosky begins by illustrating how news media and policy texts reveal dominant Western ways of constituting the meaning of people, and the meaning of problems, as they relate to our understandings of the embodied self. Her goal is to configure disability as something more than a problem, and beyond simply a positive or a negative, and to treat texts on disability as potential sites to examine neo-liberal culture. Titchkosky holds that through an exploration of the potential behind limited representations of disability, we can relate to disability as a meaningful form of resistance to the restricted normative order of contemporary embodiment. Incorporating a textual analysis of ordinary depictions of disability, this innovative study promises to represent embodied differences in new ways and alter our imaginative relations to the politics of the body.

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