Based on their long-running ILA E-ssentials series, Engaging the Adolescent Learner, Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey have personally selected nine previously published articles that help you set the stage for 21st-century learning. In their Introduction, Fisher and Frey reinforce the need for creating learning spaces that help students acquire the skills needed to function in face-to-face and digital environments. Along with new, exclusive content on graphic organizers and independent learning, you'll find articles relating to essential quality instruction, aspects of adolescent literacy, and what it means to go digital. This digital compilation of concrete, classroom-tested ideas is sure to be a go-to resource on your PDF-friendly device.In the American literature class down the hall, Karlene Palmera#39;s students use an adapted version of Literature Circles (Daniels, ... Individual accountability comes in the form of the journal writing they conduct at the end of each session, as well as the literary criticism essay they write at the end of each reading. ... aWe just did this last week when we examined the U.S. Constitution in detail, a he remarked.
|Title||:||Engaging the Adolescent Learner|
|Author||:||Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey|
|Publisher||:||International Literacy Association - 2015-01-28|