Contents: The Pupil, Learning and Society, Objectives and the Curriculum, Issues in the Curriculum, Oral Communication and the Curriculum, Grouping Pupils in the Elementary School, Discipline in the Elementary School, Spelling in the Curriculum, Reading and the Language Arts, Reading and the Elementary Curriculum, The Integrated Reading Curriculum, Motivation and the Learner in Reading, Reform in the Reading Curriculum, Mathematics in the Elementary School, Science in the Elementary School, Social Studies in the Elementary School, Evaluation of Pupil Achievement, Reporting Pupil Progress to Parents.Reading for a Main Idea Facts thai are read should be related to a larger framework of thought or a main idea. Facts will generally be forgotten sooner as compared to a main idea. Thus , the teacher needs to have pupils read for main ideas.
|Title||:||Relevancy In Elementary Curriculum|
|Publisher||:||Discovery Publishing House - 2004-01-01|