Teaching Content to All: Evidence-Based Inclusive Practices in Middle and Secondary Schools / Edition 1

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Teaching Content to All includes what every secondary teacher needs to know about instructing students with different learning needs. From understanding academic diversity among students to the planning for and implementation of instruction that reaches all students, Teaching Content to All provides a wealth of examples for the secondary teacher.

  • Includes explicit and practical methods for curriculum course, unit, and lesson planning, and detailed, research-based teaching routines.
  • Addresses academic diversity in secondary schools.
  • Includes a unique chapter focused on establishing effective communications between students and teachers, and a new chapter on Linking to Other Professionals.
  • A full chapter on effective learning strategies provides explicit ways to help students learn how to learn.
  • Vignettes of real classroom practice provide concrete ideas about how specific teaching problems and issues are addressed by the content of the chapter.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205392247
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 5/16/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 929,817
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Each chapter contains “Foundations and Principles” and “Knowing and Doing” and concludes with “Summary.”




1. Teaching and Academic Diversity, B. Keith Lenz and Donald D. Deshler.

2. The Challenges of Diversity, Sharon Lynch and Juliana Taymans.

Principles of Standards-Based Education Reform.

Equity and Barriers to Systemic Reform.


3. SMARTER Planning for Academic Diversity, B. Keith Lenz, Janis A. Bulgren, Brenda R. Kissam and Juliana Taymans.

AQ: Janis A. Bulgren or Janis V. Bulgren?

Making Connections: Implementing SMARTER Planning.


4. Course Planning for an Academically Diverse Class. Keith Lenz, Brenda R. Kissam. and David Scanlon.

Making Connections: Implementing Course Planning.

5. Course Planning: Establishing a Classroom Learning Community, Brenda R. Kissam, B. Keith Lenz, and David Scanlon.

Making Connections: How Can I Establish a Learning Community?

6. Course Planning: Knowing Yourself and Your Students to Guide Learning, Jerome J. Ammer, Jennifer C. Platt and Jeffrey W. Cornett.

Making Connections: Implementing a Communication System.

7. Developing a Unit Planning Routine, Juliana Taymans and Sharon Lynch.

Current Education Reforms: Standards.

Assessment: Is Everyone on the Journey?

The Unit Organizer and Collaborating with Other Professionals.

Making Connections: Implementing the Unit Organizer.

8. Lesson Planning and Delivery, Lillie R. Albert and Jerome J. Ammer.

Making Connections: Implementing the Lesson Organizer Routine.


9. Teaching Content in an Academically Diverse Classroom, Margaret E. King-Sears and Jean F. Mooney.

Making Connections: Implementing Content Enhancement.

10. Teaching Learning Strategies, Gwen Berry, Deborah Hall, and Patricia G. Gildroy.

Making Connections: Teaching Learning Strategies in the Regular Education Classroom.


11. Special Education Policies and Procedures, Earle Knowlton.

Making Connections: Special Education Policies and Procedures.

12. Linking to Other Professionals, Suzanne M. Robinson.

Making Connections: Linking to Other Professionals in Secondary Schools.

Conclusion—Models of Integrated Organizers.

Putting It All Together.

Appendix A. Learner-Centered Principles of the AmericanPsychological Association: A Framework for School Redesign and Reform.

Appendix B. Using SMARTER to Enhance Instruction, (Margaret E. King-Sears and Jean F. Mooney).

Appendix C. The Strategic Instruction Model (SIM).

Appendix D. Checklist for Considerate Text Characteristics.

TRIMS: Strategies for Enhancing Text Problem Areas.



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