This breakthrough guide offers sound advice for choosing the right middle school and for working with teachers and principals. It describes, in the students' own words, what they think about a range of issues, such as favourite and least favourite subjects, school safety, teacher quality, peer pressure, and parent-child relationships, and includes examples of effective parent/middle school partnerships.In the surveys collected for this book, middle-grades students recalled challenging and interesting assignments, such as the monologue they memorized and ... a routine assignment and an engaging one: aquot;In sixth grade, part of our history curriculum was to study the ancient civilization of the Romans. The easiest thing to do would be to tell us to read the chapter in the textbook and answer the questionsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Making the Most of Middle School|
|Author||:||Anthony Wells Jackson|
|Publisher||:||Teachers College Press - 2004-01|