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- Cruz, Brbara C.
- black and white 6 Tables 25 Line drawings black and white
- 25 Line drawings, black and white; 6 Tables, black and white
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The Curriculum Studies Reader
David J Flinders, Stephen J Thornton
In this fifth edition of David J. Flinders and Stephen J. Thornton's ground-breaking anthology, the editors assemble the best in past and present curriculum studies scholarship. From John Dewey's nineteenth-century creed to Nel Noddings' provocati...
Cross Cultural Perspectives in Child Advocacy
Ilene R Berson, Michael J Berson, Barbara C Cruz
This study on cross cultural perspectives in child advocacy deals with various topics, including support for children's issues, the factors that influence reporting of suspected child abuse and child advocacy's application to education professiona...
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Stephen J. Thornton is Professor and Chair of the Department of Secondary Education at the University of South Florida, USA. Barbara C. Cruz is Professor of Social Science Education at the University of South Florida, USA.
PART ONE: YOUR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER By Tony Erben 1. The Process of English Language Learning and What to Expect 2. Different Types of ESOL Programs: Descriptions and Expectations 3. First Language Development and Development in English 4. Not All ELLs are the same 5. Troubleshooting: Specific Issues and Challenges PART TWO: WHAT WE KNOW FROM RESEARCH 6. Principles of Social Studies Learning and Research 7. Social Studies-focused ESOL Research 8. Listening, Speaking, Reading, and; Writing 9. Language Acquisition 10. Bilingual Special Needs PART THREE: TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES 11. Introduction 12. Courses in Social Studies Geography U.S. History World History Government and Civics Economics Sociology, Anthropology, and Psychology 13. Controversial Issues in the Social Studies Classroom PART FOUR: ANNOTATED RESOURCES PART ONE: YOUR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER 1.1 Orientation 1.2 The Process of English Language Learning and What to Expect 1.3 Deciding on the Best ESOL Program 1.4 Teaching for English Language Development 1.5 Not All ELLs are the same 1.6 Culturally Responsive Pedagogy 1.7 Not All Parents are the Same: Home-School Communication 1.8 English Language Learners with Special Needs PART TWO: PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHING AND LEARNING 2.1 Principles of Social Studies Teaching and Learning 2.2 How Instruction Unfolds 2.3 Social Studies-focused ESOL Research 2.4 Enacting the Social Studies Curriculum PART THREE: TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Geography 3.3 U.S. History 3.4 World History 3.5 Government and Civics 3.6 Economics 3.7 Sociology, Anthropology, and Psychology 3.8 Controversial Issues in the Social Studies Classroom PART FOUR: ANNOTATED RESOURCES