Meets NCTE and IRA standards, offers guidelines for using the student-centered approach to literacy instruction, and presents four long-term research projects that encourage teamwork and creativity.
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About the Author
Karrell Hickman currently teaches at Feather River Academy in Yuba City, California. She has a master's degree in English and has been a National Board Certified Teacher since 1995.
Table of Contents
AcknowledgementsAbout the AuthorIntroduction1. Working Toward a Student Centered Classroom Developing Student-Led Class Discussions From Criteria to Rubrics: Student-Led Assessment Tool Other Assessment Tools Tutors, Teachers, and Collaborators Time Management2. How to Create a Project Where to Find Project Ideas The Design Organizing3. Standards and High-Stakes Testing Standards and Projects Standards for the English Language Arts Sponsored by NCTE and IRA High-Stakes Testing4. Adopt-a-Poet Teacher Instructions Student Instructions5. Project Monster Teacher Instructions Research Assignments Portfolio Presentations Student Instructions Research Assignments Portfolio Presentation6. “I Was Friends With . . . .” Teacher Instructions Research Assignments Portfolio Presentation Student Instructions Research Assignments Portfolio7. Tracing the Protest Movement in America Through Song: A Scavenger Hunt Teacher Instructions The Scavenger Hunt Portfolio Timeline Graphic Presentation Student Instructions Portfolio Timeline Graphic PresentationAppendix Project Design Adopt-a-Poet Project Monster “I Was Friends With . . . .” Tracing the Protest Movement in America Through Song: A Scavenger HuntResources Case StudiesReferencesIndex