Missouri Literacy Association 2019-2020
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Book Reviews by invited author Sarah Valter p. 50
Content Area: Mathical Books
CLASSROOM CLOSE UP
The Magical Kingdom of Mathical Books: An Introduction for Teachers
B. J. Boulware and Eula Monroe
Discover the magical kingdom of Mathical Award Prize books featuring fiction and nonfiction trade books that support mathematical literacy.
Writing Workshop: A Chance for Literacy to Come Alive
William Kerns and Amanda McCaleb
Refine your writing workshop with this article that provides a brief overview of instructional methods involved in the implementation of a writing workshop and some new ideas to keep it fresh and effective.
Who is Teaching Whom? Empowering Students to Think
Create a classroom environment that stimulates children as well as the teacher through ongoing, investigative learning with a combination of strategies and supports.
Cinnamon Skin: Using Children’s Literature for Multicultural Education
Children are aware of the differences between people’s skin colors and physical traits from a very young age, adults can make a huge difference by knowing how to respond. This article suggests supportive responses and literature.
Developing Critical Global Literacy through Class Discussions of Literature
Building students’ cultural and intercultural competency creates a foundation to build critical and global competence for productive conversations in the classroom around social and political global issues.
The Multisensory Experiences Improve Writing Proficiency
Emily Ward and Denise Mounts
See how an action research project resulted in intervention using multisensory experiences beneficial for first-grade students.
Implementing Co-Teaching with a Reading Specialist
Explore how co-teaching allows teachers to adequately meet the diverse needs of the students in the classroom and provides methods of effectively implementing co-teaching.
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