Students' backpacks bulge not just with oversize textbooks, but with paperbacks, graphic novels, street lit, and electronics such as iPods and hand-held video games. This book shows teachers how to unpack those texts and use them to engage students in meaningful learning. Whether you are a technology enthusiast or you favor traditional literature, this book is written for you. With classroom activities, adaptable lessons, and study-group questions in every chapter, this book is guaranteed to help you invigorate your teaching and capture your students' attention!When, for example, an English teacher asks his 7th-grade class to interpret the Langston Hughes (1995) poem ... a list of questions on imagery and metaphor from the class literature anthology or write a journal response relating their own lifeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Bring it to Class|
|Author||:||Margaret C. Hagood, Donna E. Alvermann, Alison Heron-Hruby|
|Publisher||:||Teachers College Press - 2015-04-17|