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Children's literature in an integrated curriculum : the authentic voice

Author: Bette Bosma; Nancy DeVries Guth
Publisher: Newark, DE : International Reading Association ; New York : Teachers College Press, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"How can teachers promote literacy throughout all areas of the curriculum? Bosma and Guth have gathered success stories, real stories from classroom teachers who have integrated their schools' curricula, including science, social studies, and other content areas, as well as accounts of teachers working with at-risk learners and multiaged groups of students. The voices of individual teachers in various grade levels  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bette Bosma; Nancy DeVries Guth
ISBN: 0807734373 9780807734377
OCLC Number: 32199228
Description: ix, 134 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Making the connections / Bette Bosma and Nancy DeVries Guth --
A first-grade literature-based science program / Bette Bosma and Marilyn Brower --
Reading and Rembrandt : an integrated study of artists and their works / Jane Steffen Kolakowski --
PicLit : using picture literature to integrate language arts and content instruction / Carole Geiger --
A schoolwide study of stars and skies / Bette Bosma --
A second chance : at-risk students experience success under a specialist's guidance / Nancy DeVries Guth --
Using real literature in a multi-age setting : how to survive spring / Marilyn Thompson --
Building bridges / Norma Boehm --
A sense of balance : a first-grade literary community / Janice V. Kristo and Mary H. Giard.
Responsibility: Bette Bosma and Nancy DeVries Guth, editors.

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