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Dirty Teaching

Author : Juliet Robertson
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Juliet Robertson offers tips and tricks to help any teacher develop variety in their teaching. One of the keys to a happy and creative classroom is getting out of it and this book will give you the confidence to do it. It contains a wealth of ideas from cheat sheets to activities that allow teachers and parents to encourage outdoor learning and improve student participation. There is no need for expensive tools or complicated technologies; all you need is your coat and a passion for learning - oh, and you'd better bring the kids too

Dirty Teacher

Author : David E. Green
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Bored of life in Vancouver, a sheltered, directionless young man goes to South Korea for a change. He seeks to find out what it's like to live and work in a different culture. There, he meets and befriends a group of similar people - adventurers, dreamers and misfits - who hope to get what they can out of their time in a rapidly growing country with its own set of problems. Teaching in a new suburb, in a largely conservative city, Dan Brown spends a year away learning, educating and getting wasted.

Teaching Beginning Writers

Author : David L. Coker
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An essential "how-to" primer, this book examines the process of learning to write and shares evidence-based instructional strategies for the primary grades. With an emphasis on explicit instruction and scaffolding students' learning, the authors explain when and how to teach handwriting, spelling, foundational skills such as sentence formation and editing, and composition in specific genres. They present clear-cut techniques for assessment, differentiation, and supporting struggling writers. The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for Writing are used as a framework for setting instructional goals. Reproducible assessment forms, checklists, and rubrics are provided; purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size.

The Teaching and Acquisition of South Asian Languages

Author : Vijay Gambhir
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The first book to apply the latest methodological analysis to the languages of South Asia, The Teaching and Acquisition of South Asian Languages provides a much needed examination of learners and their learning patterns, language materials and their delivery, classroom environments, and learning conditions beyond the classroom. The contributors, accredited researchers and experienced teachers, test important universal learning hypotheses on "less commonly taught languages" and find that those circumstances have significant implications for theory and practice. The book brings into focus a variety of issues related to linguistic theory, second language acquisition research, non-verbal communication, discourse appropriateness, learner variation, and strategies for developing speaking, listening, and reading skills. It is also a valuable addition to the general body of knowledge in the field of adult language acquisition. A carefully prepared index and an extensive bibliography covering both the South Asian field and general literature enhance the book's usefulness as a reference guide.

The Education of a Teacher

Author : Susan Van Kirk
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In 1968, at age twenty-one, I was sure I had all the answers I needed to know about teaching five classes a day in a real high school I had no idea how nave I was! Every teachers career is a journey of discovery that begins with rookie insecurities and moves toward self-confidence and understanding. When Susan Van Kirk drove into little Monmouth, Illinois, in 1968straight out of college, with her teaching degree in handshe thought she was ready to teach English and speech to high school students. She didnt realize that, for the rest of her career, she would both teach and be taught by a town, a school, and the students who entered her life. A veteran of thirty-four years in public high school teaching, Van Kirk will take you on a passionate and unforgettable journey through one teaching life. Meet her students and experience the events that molded a rookie teacher into a veteran. This montage of stories covers the years 1968 to 2008; they describe her early fears about classroom discipline, plots to overthrow the rookie, handing drug overdoses, the devastating first student death, and a challenge to a major Kurt Vonnegut book in her classroom.

100 Ideas for Teaching Personal Social and Emotional Development

Author : Judith Thwaites
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Every Early Years practitioner, including childminders, will have a statutory duty to deliver the new Early Years Framework. This book will provide a practical, dip-in resource to help them meet the requirements of the Personal, Social and Emotional area of the framework.

Lou s Dirty Dozen

Author : Ranny Grady
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Based on the life of the author's mother and grandmother, follows widow Lou Crandall through joy and sorrow as she struggles to raise her twelve children during the years of the Great Depression and Dust Bowl Era.

Teaching Learning Assessment Together

Author : Arthur K. Ellis
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First published in 2013. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Dirty God

Author : Johnnie Moore
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In Dirty God: Jesus in the Trenches, Johnnie Moore draws on both Scripture and his extensive experience with other cultures and religions to show how the God of the Bible is unique in his willingness to be near us in all of our messiness. Moore outlines the central importance of the doctrine of grace while introducing readers to a humble and human Jesus who reaches out to us at our worst and pulls us up to our best. Grace, Moore argues, is something that is both gotten and given, and the two-part structure of the book allows readers to explore both of these dynamics. By offering hope rather than condemnation and showing the practical applications of grace in today’s world, Dirty God will appeal to both the committed Christian and the spiritual seeker looking for a more authentic faith. Challenging and engaging, Dirty God is sure to establish Johnnie Moore as an emerging voice for Millennial and Gen-X evangelicals for years to come.

Methods Of Teaching Physical Education

Author : Y.V.R.K. Prasad
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Contents: Introduction, Fundamental Aspects, Major Problems, Growth of Children, Health Services, Role of Climate, Population Education, Population Problems, Problems of Adults, Hygiene for Adults, Child Care, The Exercise, Balance of Body, Sunlight and Air, The Diet, The Skeletons, Muscular System, Teeth and their Diseases, The Vision, The Audition, Nervous System, The Respiration, The Digestion, Excretory Organs, System of Circulation, The Secretion, The Reproduction, Health of the Mind, Mentally Retarded Children, The Infections, Medical Facilities, First Aid, School Building, Clean Environment, Village Sanitation, Refuse, Cattle Care, Exhibitions and Fairs, Construction of House.


Author : Allan Young
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Dirty Work

Author : R. Simpson
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This book explores understandings and experiences of 'dirty work' – tasks or occupations that are seen as disgusting and degrading. It complicates the 'clean/dirty' divide in the context of organizations and work and illustrates some of the complex ways in which dirty work identities are managed.

The Mechanics of Teaching

Author : Margaret Jenkins
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I was encouraged by colleagues to write a book about my teaching style. The Mechanics of Teaching compares the analytical/diagnostic qualities of automotive mechanics and teachers.

Strategies for Teaching Science Levels K 5

Author : Barbara Houtz
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Developed for grades K-5, this rich resource provides teachers with practical strategies to enhance science instruction. Strategies and model lessons are provided in each of the following overarching topics: inquiry and exploration, critical thinking and questioning, real-world applications, integrating the content areas and technology, and assessment. Research-based information and management techniques are also provided to support teachers as they implement the strategies within this resource. This resource supports core concepts of STEM instruction.

Dirty Tricks

Author : Helen McGrath
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A resource for primary and secondary school teachers to use in incorporating a social skills policy in their classrooms.

Dirty Words

Author : Robin E. Jensen
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Dirty Words: The Rhetoric of Public Sex Education, 1870-1924, details the approaches and outcomes of sex-education initiatives in the Progressive Era. In analyzing the rhetorical strategies of sex education advocates, Robin E. Jensen engages with rich sources such as lectures, books, movies, and posters that were often shaped by female health advocates and instructors. She offers a revised narrative that demonstrates how women were both leaders and innovators in early U.S. sex-education movements, striving to provide education to underserved populations of women, minorities, and the working class. Investigating the communicative and rhetorical practices surrounding the emergence of public sex education in the United States, Jensen shows how women in particular struggled for a platform to create and circulate arguments concerning this controversial issue. The book also provides insight into overlooked discourses about public sex education by analyzing a previously understudied campaign targeted at African American men in the 1920s, offering theoretical categorizations of discursive strategies that citizens have used to discuss sex education over time, and laying out implications for health communicators and sexual educators in the present day.

Teaching Green

Author : Tim Grant
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A complete resource for "teaching green" to young people in grades 6-8

101 Dirty Jokes

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Cornerstone 2

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Messy Maths

Author : Juliet Robertson
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In Messy Maths: A Playful, Outdoor Approach for Early Years, Juliet Robertson offers a rich resource of ideas that will inspire you to tap into the endless supply of patterns, textures, colours and quantities of the outdoors and deepen children's understanding of maths through hands-on experience. Juliet believes being outside makes maths real. In the classroom environment, maths can seem disconnected from everyday reality but real maths is really messy. Lots of outdoor play and engaging activity along the way is a must, as being outside enables connections to be made between the hands, heart and head, and lays the foundations for more complex work as children grow, develop and learn. Following on from the success of Dirty Teaching (ISBN 978-178135107-9), Messy Maths reimagines the outdoor space through a mathematical lens providing a treasure trove of suggestions that will empower you to blend outdoor learning into your teaching practice. It is not a 'how to' guide, but rather an easy-to-use reference book replete with ready-to-use games and open-ended ideas designed to help children become confident and skilled in thinking about, using and exploring abstract mathematical concepts as they play outside. Many of these ideas and activities are also beautifully displayed in full-colour photographs throughout the book, making it even easier to jump straight into outstanding outdoor learning opportunities. Topics covered include: general advice; exploring numbers; number functions and fractions; money; measurement; time; pattern; shape and symmetry; position, direction and movement; data handling; routines; and the mathematical garden. Each chapter features a section on topic-specific vocabulary and expressions to help you integrate terminology into each area of study, while suggestions for embedding maths into routines are also provided to assist in the development of creative, progressive and flexible approaches to everyday situations. Messy Maths is suitable for early years educators (of ages 3 to 6) who want to shake up their usual classroom practice and make the most of any outdoor space - whether this be a nursery, playgroup, child-minder's back garden or a nature kindergarten as a context for maths. Messy Maths has been named the Gold Winner in the Mathematics category of the Nursery World Equipment & Resources Awards 2019. Messy Maths has been named the Silver Winner in the Outdoor Play category and Professional Books (and authors) category of the Nursery World Equipment & Resources Awards 2019. Messy Maths was a 2017 Foreword INDIES Finalist in the Education category. Messy Maths has been named a 'Gold Winner' in the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards 2018 in the Education category. Messy Maths is a finalist in the 2018 Education Resources Awards in the Educational Book Award category.