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Ask the Teacher

A Practitioner"s Guide to Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom

by John Harold Haynes

  • 304 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Allyn & Bacon .
Written in English


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Number of Pages352
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7411815M
ISBN 100205370764
ISBN 109780205370764
OCLC/WorldCa50124931


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Ask the Teacher: a Practitioner's Guide to Teaching and Learning in the Diverse Classroom is a wonderful resource and guide. As a graduate student and single-subject English candidate, I found the book both relevant and current with regard to its recipes for effective teaching in today's diverse classrooms.

I would give it an "A" for excellence/5(). Just ask the students and devoted readers who have spent years trying to stump him. In Ask a Science Teacher, Scheckel collects of his favorite Q&As. Like the best teachers, he writes so that kids can understand, but he doesn’t water things down— he’ll satisfy even the most inquisitive minds.

Topics include: •The Human Body •Earth Brand: Experiment, The. This book is great for anyone - people with a science background, teachers, those with layman knowledge of science topics, and anyone who is just curious about "stuff.".

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I would say nope it definitely is NOT for the faint hearted/5. Teachers who have the opportunity to work individually with students get a rare opportunity. Classroom sizes have limited the teacher’s reach to individual students, and standardization has normalized an almost industrial perspective of student pass-rates, as if failing students are merely the result of quality control.

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Choose great books. Help students arrive prepared. Read and repeat. Solicit questions. Adopt an inquiry stance. Use the Shared Inquiry technique for your book discussions. Prepare an opening question. Follow up. Plato’s Republic, Rousseau’s Émile and Dewey’s Democracy and Education – there’s a strong case to be made, as Dennis Hayes has, that these are the only books on education that teachers need to read.

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By continuing to use this site you consent to the use of cookies on your device as described in 5/5(4). Students can be asked to select which 5 questions to prepare answers for, to ask each other in turn or to be ready to answer any of these in a class discussion.

The idea is to encourage students to engage with a text from different perspectives and Ask the Teacher book share their responses to it without simply re-telling the story.

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the plot contains profanity, drug use, and sexual situations. Resources for this book. in the kinds of questions you ask. Types of Questions To develop variety in questioning, you need to know what kind of questions you commonly ask.

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After sharing a book with a group of children, the teacher should always: A. determine if discussion is necessary.

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A parent-teacher interview is a fantastic opportunity to get an inside glimpse into your child’s life in school, and to find out exactly how they are performing. You will get the most out of this meeting if you. Before reading the book to the class, you should write both thick and thin questions about the book on index cards (or print a copy of the Sample Thick and Thin Question Cards for A Day's Work by Eve Bunting).

Step 4: After reading the picture book aloud, pass out the Sample Thick and Thin Questions to students. Ask each student with a question. Teachers and students all over the U.S.

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But as helpful as they are, they can be downright stressful for everyone involved. Parents want to get the lowdown. hi all. im in the yearbook committee an im in charge of coming up with questions to ask the teachers in an interview which will be published in our yearbook.

the yearbook is only for the graduating year. ive come up with a couple of questions but would be really greatful if anyone could suggest any more questions which i could ask the teachers. thank you very much. Many of these questions are rarely the subject of parent-teacher interactions, but -- well, that's kind of the point.

Just don't ask them all at once. In fact, maybe pick two and hope for the best. 19 Questions Your Child’s Teacher Would (Probably) Love to Answer What academic standards do you use, and what do I need to know about them?Author: Terry Heick. is the #1 question answering service that delivers the best answers from the web and real people - all in one place.

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And approximately 80 percent of all the questions teachers ask tend to be factual, literal, or knowledge-based questions. The result is a classroom. “I am reading the Acclamation series by Vee Hoffman and they are excellent.

They are amazing. It’s a teacher/student story. (Teacher is 28, student is 18 but it isn’t creepy) It is beautifully written. The first book in the series is a little slow, but the 2nd, 3rd and 4th books. Here is a list of the ten things you should know to ask at your next Parent teacher conference: This is the most important.

How is my child doing socially. This one question actually asks a lot of questions. By asking the teacher this you can find out a lot of things, if your child is a bully, being bullied, withdrawn, too outgoing, etc.

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The Teacher is very much about good V evil, I never expected to have any sympathy for a killer that could do such awful things to other people, but I did, as to the reasons why, well I’m not about to giveaway spoilers so you will just have to read the book and see.

Although I enjoyed The Teacher I did find it a slightly disappointing read, I 4/5(K). Ask the Preschool Teacher, 'cause it's hard to teach them alone. Ask a Preschool teacher or our visitors your preschool related question. Ask a preschool teacher and get a response from a qualified preschool teacher.

When preschool teachers read books in their classrooms, the questions they ask play a key role in how much children learn, research has shown.

But a new study that involved observing teachers during class story times found that they asked few questions – and those that they did ask were usually too simple. Only 24 percent of what teachers. By Ask a Tech Teacher Infographics teaches students how to use the powerful mix of text, imagery, and research to communicate complicated ideas in ways that appeal to classmates.

This is a great summative for a unit of inquiry, a historic timeline, or a biography. 21 Questions to Ask Your Child About a Book Talking to your children about the books they read is one of the best ways to support your child’s literacy development.

Your child needs to engage in critical thinking to discuss a book — a key skill for success in school as well as life.

There's no substitute for visiting the schools on your list, so you can get a sense of the school environment and get your questions answered. Be sure to visit all the schools on your list, if you can. A visit is the best way to determine whether a school is right for your child.

Even a short visit will help you identify a school’s strengths.That isn't the case, though; to truly grasp new mathematical concepts, you need to practice them.

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