Legendary Locals Of Middletown

Author: Robert Hubbard, Kathleen Hubbard, and the Middlesex County Historical Society
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1467101206
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Wesley worked for more than 10 years as a classroom teacher, reading
consultant, and director of reading (1965). ... physician Julie Flagg gave high
praise and enormous credit to Wesley as “an immensely positive woman, with an
exceptional gift to transform children into readers. ... She would be pleased to
know that many of her students are still readers because she got them hooked on
books.

Transforming Middle Level Education

Author: Judith L. Irvin
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
ISBN: 9780205134724
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How teachers taught: Constancy and change in American classroom 1890-1980.
New York: Longman. Doda, N. ... The new hooked on books. New York: Berkeley.
George, P. ... Journal of Reading, 29(6), 516-520. Lehr, F. (1984). Cooperative ...

Shared Reading In The Middle And High School Years

Author: Frank McTeague
Publisher: Markham, Ont. : Pembroke Publishers
ISBN: 9780921217787
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What follows, then, are strategies to transform these various types of reluctant or
impeded readers into a community of learners capable of ... But if the teacher
truly believes in the power of books, the power of stories to transform the most
hardened and loathing student, then the ... They also trusted in their students to
become "hooked on books" once they became aware of the pleasures they
offered.

Meeting Of Board Of Regents

Author: University of Michigan. Board of Regents
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Working with Professor Elton B. McNeil, he enlarged this small effort into Hooked
on Books (1966), a revolutionary affirmation of the transforming power of literacy
that has gone through successive editions and still influences teachers, parents,
and students to believe ... his most influential publication, his books The Naked
Children (1971) and Paul and I Discover America (1975) were also widely read.

Journal Of Reading

Author: Purdue University. Dept. of English. Developmental Reading Staff
Publisher:
ISBN:
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One is, even in the beginning, left unsure how teachers of reading have failed
and, more significantly, what the goals of such teachers should be. ... It is not
clear from the reference in the third paragraph to Fader's Hooked on Books that
the "fourteen-to-sixteen- year old ... And what does he mean when he says that "
sustained silent reading" can ". . . transform junior and senior high school '
retarded ...

July Meeting 1966

Author: University of Michigan. Board of Regents
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Professor Fader was, above all, a great storyteller, and in his teaching (especially
of Shakespeare) he drew students ... Elton B. McNeil, he enlarged this small effort
into Hooked on Books (1966), a revolutionary affirmation of the transforming
power of literacy that has gone through successive editions and still influences
teachers, parents, and students to believe that reading changes children's lives.

Resources In Education

Author:
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Pub Type— Books (010) — Guides - Classroom - Teacher (052) Document Not
Available from EDRS. ... guide teachers toward getting their students "hooked on
books"; aid teachers in designing opportunities for children to ... 'Reading, 'Role
Models Identifiers — 'Family Values, Reading for a Reason This book gives
teachers, librarians, ... and (5) "Situating Mutuality and Transforming the
Discipline.

Child Sized History

Author: Sara L. Schwebel
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
ISBN: 0826517943
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... transforming the way teachers and librarians conceived of how children read.
The new scholarship around literacy placed books, not reading instruction, at its
center. Educators argued that if children could be hooked on the magic of story, ...

Transforming Teaching And Learning With Active And Dramatic Approaches

Author: Brian Edmiston
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136299408
Size: 43.51 MB
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The children in Megan's classroom must have felt 'hooked' when they
experienced a big problem, that all of the children ... They seek them out when
they're looking at books and show them to me. If teachers are in the midst of
reading a story I suggest that they can always dialogue with the students about
events they are ...

Transforming Literacy Curriculum Genres

Author: Christine C. Pappas
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135688826
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Working With Teacher Researchers in Urban Classrooms Christine C. Pappas,
Liliana Zecker ... As a response to literature, drama provides opportunities for
children to become characters, as well as critics, as they construct and evaluate
different interpretations of books they have read (Wolf, ... Paul: I got hooked into
drama around 1990 when I was prodded into playing Fred, the warm-hearted
nephew of ...