Content Area Reading: Integration with the Language Arts / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Cengage Learning
Written for undergraduate and graduate education students, Content Area Learning and Teaching contains glossaries of professional terminology that can be used as a valuable reference source while instructing children in the content area of learning and teaching.
About the Author
Jeanne Jacobson is the Interim Department Chair and an Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Table of Contents
PREFACE. CHARACTERISTICS OF CONTENT AREA LEARNING & TEACHING. Learning & Teaching in the Content Areas. Characteristics of Effective Content Area Teaching. BEFORE, DURING & AFTER: STRATEGIES FOR CONTENT AREA LEARNING & TEACHING. Building a Shared Knowledge Base as Content Area Topics are Introduced. Establishing a Strong Structure of Understanding as Content Area Topics are Studied. Extending & Enhancing Understanding of Content Area Topics. BUILDING STRENGTHS, MEETING NEEDS & MAKING CONNECTIONS. Building Reading Ability While Learning. Meeting Needs & Celebrating Strengths: Diversity in the Content Area Classroom. Assessment for Learning & Teaching: Attention, Investigation, Documentation & Evaluation. Collaboration & Communication: Linking Home & School. EXTENDING CONTENT AREA LEARNING. Integration of Listening, Speaking, Reading, & Writing in Content Area Study. Integration of the Arts with Content Area Learning. Planning for the Present & the Future. Strategy Glossary. References. Author Index. Subject Index.