Reading, Writing and Dyslexia

Reading, Writing and Dyslexia

Author: Andrew W. Ellis

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0863773060

Category: Education

Page: 184

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This textbook attempts to present work on reading and writing and on acquired and developmental dyslexia to a non-specialist audience.

Reading, Writing and Resistance

Reading, Writing and Resistance

Author: Robert B. Everhart

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000813944

Category: Education

Page: 256

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A story of everyday life in an American junior high school, originally published in 1983, this book demonstrates the ways in which the school culture of early adolescence both supports and denies the cultural and economic requirements of the parent society that surrounds it. It explores this school culture in relation to the local and national in political economy, to class, race and gender, and to the needs of the state. The author approaches the work of students in school as a labor process in the context of an advanced capitalist society. He describes such typical junior high activities as ‘goofing off’ and ‘bugging the teacher’ by examining the meaning of these activities to the students engaged in them, and brings acute observation and sensitivity to bear on the forms of resistance that arise among the students, showing that this resistance is a form of power which students exercise in the face of their estranged status. The nature and consequences of this resistance are examined in detail, especially as they relate to the context of a society in which estranged labor, in one form or another, is the dominant characteristic for most members. Throughout the book, the subtle pressures, the cliques, the vitality, the boredom and the ever-present humor of school life are explored. By integrating the insights of Habermas with the theories of Marx, the author is able to examine the tension between the ‘reified knowledge’ of the school and the ‘regenerative knowledge’ of the students in a sensitive ethnography which captures the student world in ways which have been missed in the past.

Reading, Writing, and Justice

Reading, Writing, and Justice

Author: James W. Fraser

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791434060

Category: Education

Page: 268

View: 477

This is a book for teachers, parents, and other concerned citizens who care about public education, who want schools to be democratic in the best sense, and who seek argumentative ammunition for defending schools and for placing school issues within the larger framework of the long struggle to keep and expand democracy in the United States.

Pathways: Reading, Writing, and Critical Thinking 1

Pathways: Reading, Writing, and Critical Thinking 1

Author: Laurie Blass

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9780357734186

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 50

View: 922

Pathways, Second Edition, is a global, five-level academic English program. Carefully-guided lessons develop the language skills, critical thinking, and learning strategies required for academic success. Using authentic and relevant content from National Geographic, including video, charts, and other infographics, Pathways prepares students to work effectively and confidently in an academic environment. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Reading, Writing, and Bookish Circles in the Ancient Mediterranean

Reading, Writing, and Bookish Circles in the Ancient Mediterranean

Author: Jonathan D.H. Norton

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350265035

Category: Religion

Page: 272

View: 571

By integrating conversations across disciplines, especially focusing on classical studies and Jewish and Christian studies, this volume addresses several imbalances in scholarship on reading and textual activity in the ancient Mediterranean. Contributors intentionally place Jewish, Christian, Roman, Greek and other reading circles back into their encompassing historical context, avoiding subdivisions along modern subject lines, divisions still bearing marks of cultural and ideological interests. In their examination, contributors avoid dwelling upon traditional methodological debates over orality vs. literacy and social classifications of literacy, instead turning their attention to the social-historical: groups of people, circles and networks, strata and class, scribal culture, material culture, epigraphic and papyrological evidence, functions and types of literacy and the social relationships that all of these entail. Overall, the volume contributes to an emerging and important interdisciplinary collaboration between specialists in ancient literacy, encouraging future discussion between two currently divided fields.

SWYK on STAAR Reading/Writing Gr. 7, Flash Cards

SWYK on STAAR Reading/Writing Gr. 7, Flash Cards

Author: Show What You Know Publishing

Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press

ISBN: 9780787707408


Page: 208

View: 496

Each deck of Show What You Know® on STAAR, Reading/Writing Flash Cards includes 90+ cards. The front of each flash card presents a question aligned to one of the TEKS, as well as a correlation in the top left corner. On the back of each multiple choice question, the correct answer is given along with an analysis explaining why each choice is correct or incorrect.

SUMMARY - First You Write A Sentence: The Elements Of Reading, Writing . . . And Life By Joe Moran

SUMMARY - First You Write A Sentence: The Elements Of Reading, Writing . . . And Life By Joe Moran

Author: Shortcut Edition

Publisher: Shortcut Edition


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 27

View: 315

* Our summary is short, simple and pragmatic. It allows you to have the essential ideas of a big book in less than 30 minutes. By reading this summary, you will learn to write more clearly and elegantly. You will also learn : that the basic unit of a text is the sentence; that a well-written sentence is a sentence that sounds good; that writing that is pleasant to read should seem to come naturally; that it is best to avoid the longest words, which are often difficult to pronounce; that punctuation is essential to give meaning to your sentence. Writing has been a human activity for thousands of years. In fact, writing is a formidable means of communication that new technologies have not made obsolete, quite the contrary. You probably write hundreds of words a day, writing e-mails or on social networks. However, do you care about the quality of your sentences? They have an incredible power to express the life in you and around you. How can you write with more attention and leave a beautiful imprint behind you? *Buy now the summary of this book for the modest price of a cup of coffee!

Year 4, Ages 7-9 Math, Reading, Writing Practice Workbook - Vol1, 3000 Questions

Year 4, Ages 7-9 Math, Reading, Writing Practice Workbook - Vol1, 3000 Questions

Author: Teresa Marek

Publisher: KewlActiveMinds

ISBN: 9781990299032

Category: Education

Page: 132

View: 654

KewlActiveMinds(TM) Workbooks and Practice Worksheets are immersive self-study tools that encourage and stimulate your child’s mind, while at the same time letting them have fun learning! Each section is devoted to a specific task, with a structured format to avoid distractions and short enough problems to hold attention. Very easy to use and understand to teach your child with simple, clear lessons and easy to follow exercises presented in an interactive way. A fun and challenging approach to plant the seeds of eagerness to learn and to keep your child’s mind sharp. Use daily, a page or two, to keep your child engaged, not taking too long so children don’t get bored while building a child’s capabilities and confidence! The Books a great addition to regular learning routines and a good method for parents to cope with distance learning. BENEFITS Through completing questions we hope to enhance your child’s comprehension, active use and development of: • REASONING • PROBLEM SOLVING • COMMUNICATION • CONFIDENCE • MOTIVATION EASY TO USE & ADDITIONAL RESOURCES The books are designed to be easy to use, with sequentially numbered Questions and Answer Keys at the end of each Part to allow you to flip back and forth quickly. QR Codes for your smartphone take you to Parent Resources that provide additional support! BONUS CONTENT 1. Success Tracking Sheets - Recording sheets are included to help track a child’s progress through the Book and for individual sections, to show how they progress over time. 2. Parts Quizzes - Mixed question quizzes are included at the end of every Part to show how well your child has grasped the concepts throughout the material. 3. Downloadable Resources - You can use clear overlay sheets to preserve the practice worksheets and download additional Tracking Sheets as a means of cost-effective use of learning resources.