35 Best Books For Teaching U S Regions
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📒35 Best Books For Teaching U S Regions ✍ Toni Buzzeo
✏35 Best Books for Teaching U S Regions Book Summary : Take your students on a learning-packed trip across the U.S. with books they’ll love! This resource includes background information, activity ideas, reproducibles, and Internet connections to help you use 35 great novels as springboards to social studies learning. A great way to get your kids to read more deeply—and learn about the seven U.S. regions. For use with Grades 4-8.
📒Regionalism And The Reading Class ✍ Wendy Griswold
✏Regionalism and the Reading Class Book Summary : Globalization and the Internet are smothering cultural regionalism, that sense of place that flourished in simpler times. These two villains are also prime suspects in the death of reading. Or so alarming reports about our homogenous and dumbed-down culture would have it, but as Regionalism and the Reading Class shows, neither of these claims stands up under scrutiny—quite the contrary. Wendy Griswold draws on cases from Italy, Norway, and the United States to show that fans of books form their own reading class, with a distinctive demographic profile separate from the general public. This reading class is modest in size but intense in its literary practices. Paradoxically these educated and mobile elites work hard to put down local roots by, among other strategies, exploring regional writing. Ultimately, due to the technological, economic, and political advantages they wield, cosmopolitan readers are able to celebrate, perpetuate, and reinvigorate local culture. Griswold’s study will appeal to students of cultural sociology and the history of the book—and her findings will be welcome news to anyone worried about the future of reading or the eclipse of place.
📒Alaska ✍ Shelley Gill
✏Alaska Book Summary : Bundle up for fun with this learning-packed resource on awesome Alaska! Students make a model of Denali, avoid the perils of the icy Iditarod in a History and Hazards board game, chart the sizes of big bears and other "giants” of the Alaskan wilderness, create Northern Lights sun catchers, and try out many more hands-on activities. Alaska includes background, easy activities, reproducibles, book links, and a BIG, colorful poster of Alaskan wildlife. For use with Grades 4-8.
📒Straight From The Stacks ✍ Laura Townsend Kane
✏Straight from the Stacks Book Summary : For library students, paraprofessionals, and librarians who are wondering if they have their ladder against the right wall, Straight from the Stacks fills the need for an up-to-date resource that uncovers the amazing and varied jobs available in the library field. Encompassing both traditional and nontraditional career paths in libraries, this comprehensive and engaging guide makes it easy to get a grip on these and other information science career path questions and see the possibilities! Covering a wide range of Library Information Science professions, Straight from the Stacks offers insiders' perspectives along with plenty of reassurance that career opportunities do exist. Organized by type of institution including public, school, academic, nontraditional, medical/law, and library administration, this useful overview covers the many areas of librarianship and typical jobs in each environment. Firsthand accounts from real-life librarians in a variety of information science disciplines make this career guide come alive, and fifteen sample job descriptions for different niches of information services offer a reality check for those committed to understanding an ever-changing array of possibilities. Tracing career paths, everyday
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📒One Cool Friend ✍ Toni Buzzeo
✏One Cool Friend Book Summary : 2013 Caldecott Honor Book. From New York Times bestselling author Toni Buzzeo and Caldecott Medal winning illustrator David Small, comes a cool tale about an unlikely friendship. On a spontaneous visit to the aquarium, straight-laced and proper Elliot discovers his dream pet: a penguin. When he asks his father if he may have one (please and thank you), his father says yes. Elliot should have realized that Dad was probably thinking of a toy penguin, not a real one… Clever illustrations and a wild surprise ending make this sly, silly tale a kid-pleaser from start to finish.
📒I Search For Success ✍ Donna Duncan
✏I search for Success Book Summary : "Extending the authors' previous book, I-Search, You Search, We All Learn to Research (Neal-Schuman, 2000), this title takes readers step-by-step through a unit for grades three and four, from planning to assessment. . . . Large boxed figures interspersed throughout the text include I-Search forms, worksheets, organizational tools, and lists of resources for further information. The accompanying CD-ROM contains the collaborative planning guide, the I-Search journal for students, and a PowerPoint presentation for professional development found in the book, with all of the figures incorporated for easy modification and printing. This is a valuable resource guide for teachers and librarians using, or planning to use, the I-Search method."--Booklist
📒Read Perform Learn 2 ✍ Toni Buzzeo
✏Read Perform Learn 2 Book Summary : A companion book to Read! Perform! Learn!, a resource for school media specialist, public children's librarians, and classroom teachers who want to share excellent children's literature with their students while improving reading skills. Includes a set of standards-based learning activities with accompanying standards.
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📒Library Of Congress Catalog Motion Pictures And Filmstrips ✍ Library of Congress
✏Library of Congress Catalog Motion Pictures and Filmstrips Book Summary :