Understanding Students’ individual differences

Who are our kids? 1. Conducting a case-study analysis of an adolescent. Select an adolescent that you have access to—someone in the school in which you are observing, a relative/sibling, or someone who you know. Interview this adolescent about their perceptions of school; the amount of time they devote to reading, viewing, computer use, game-playing,Continue reading “Understanding Students’ individual differences”

Goals for teaching literature

What does it mean to teach literature? Goals for teaching literature: 1. Keeping a Journal As you read through this book, we suggest that you keep a journal to record your responses, thoughts, criticisms, and implications for teaching. And, you can also respond in your journal to the literature read in your course, describing yourContinue reading “Goals for teaching literature”