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A concise K-12 methods text that covers the practical information about instruction that all effective teachers need...
Effective Instructional Strategies: From Theory to Practice, Second Edition, offers a practical, skills-oriented focus that has been designed to maximize instructional flexibility. Applying the latest research findings and practical classroom practices, the text provides thorough coverage of the strategies and skills essential to every teacher's repertoire.
New to the Second Edition
• Presents a reorganized chapter format and sequence to be more reader friendly
• Aligns text chapters with national standards and assessments, including INTASC, NCATE, and Praxis exam areas
• Adds a second Reflection on Teacher Practice case study to each chapter
Accompanied by an Extensive Ancillary Package!
Web-Based Student Study Site: www.sagepub.com/eis2study
The interactive study site provides quizzes, student activities, discussion questions, portfolio and Praxis II connections, test preparation resources, and much more!
Student Resource CD: Bound into the text, this CD includes useful videos and classroom examples that provide students with the opportunity to expand their understanding of text materials.
Instructor's Resource CD: An improved Instructor's Resource CD offers an extensive array of tools, including PowerPoint presentations, and electronic test bank, tips on loading materials onto Blackboard/WebCT, sample syllabi for semester and quarter systems, teaching tips, and helpful Web links.
Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) Correlation Chart
National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Correlation Chart
Pt. I Setting the Stage for Successful Learning 1
1 Getting Ready for the Classroom 2
2 Planning and Organizing for Teaching 28
Pt. II Sequencing and Organizing Instruction 59
3 Setting Goals and Objectives 60
4 Developing Unit and Daily Lesson Plans 94
Pt. III Designing Instruction to Maximize Student Learning 141
5 Using Direct Teaching Methods 142
6 Using Indirect Teaching Methods 169
7 Using Integrated Teaching Methods 195
8 Teaching Effective Thinking Strategies 221
Pt. IV Monitoring and Evaluating Student Learning 245
9 Evaluating and Measuring Learning 246
10 Constructing and Grading Tests 279
Pt. V Leading the Dynamic Classroom 309
11 Communicating With Students and Parents 310
12 Motivating Students 333
13 Managing the Classroom Environment 357
App. A Laboratory Experiences: Microteaching and Reflective Teaching 389
App. B State Licensure/Certification and Reciprocity 399
App. C Praxis II Case Histories Format 401