3 edition of Building the English classroom found in the catalog.
Building the English classroom
Bruce M. Penniman
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Bruce M. Penniman.|
|LC Classifications||LB1631 .P36 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 254 p. :|
|Number of Pages||254|
|LC Control Number||2009032479|
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Building the English Classroom: Foundations, Support, Success Writing for English teachers who are overworked and overwhelmed, Bruce Penniman offers personal reflections, classroom anecdotes, teaching materials, and student work while presenting strategies for managing the demands of the secondary English classroom.
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My library. Book Review: Building the English Classroom: Foundations, Support, Success By: Kathleen Godfrey Date: February 9, Summary: Bruce Penniman, the former director of the Western Massachusetts Writing Project, has written a book that is a treasure trove of ideas for teachers committed to creating unscripted curriculum that acknowledges them as thoughtful, creative.
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Moreover, almost everyone noted that while students could pick a book for "free time" or whenever they had completed their assigned work early, there was no real connection between the books in the library and regular classroom instruction.
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Bomer tackles not only reading, writing, and assessment, but also crucial. First, students lose less reading time choosing a book from the classroom library than if they go to the school library. Second, I have multiple copies of some books, so friends can read the same book.
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It took me way too long to discover the value of having a classroom library. I taught high school English for about ten years before it occurred to me to have one, and once I did, it made an immediate and substantial difference in my classroom.
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In fact, the earlier you start building your classroom library, the easier the task will be. I believe that classroom libraries are an essential part of every single secondary classroom, whether you teach English language arts or not.
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