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BukuHandbook of research on teaching the English language arts
Author: Flood, James (Editor); Lapp, Diane (Editor); Squire, James R. (Editor); Jensen, Julie M. (Editor)
Topik: English language--study and teaching; LANGUAGE ARTS
Bahasa: (EN )    ISBN: 0805845186    Edisi: 2nd ed.    
Penerbit: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates     Tempat Terbit: Mahwah, New Jersey    Tahun Terbit: 2003    
Jenis: Books
  • Perpustakaan PKBB
    • Nomor Panggil: R 420.7 FLO h
    • Non-tandon: tidak ada
    • Tandon: 1
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  1. The history of the profession, halaman 3-17
  2. Historical considerations: an international perspective, halaman 18-23
  3. Linguistics and teaching the language arts, halaman 24-30
  4. A psychological analysis of what teachers and students do in the language arts classroom, halaman 31-45
  5. Child development, halaman 46-52
  6. Anthropology and research on teaching the english language arts, halaman 53-66
  7. Literary theory, halaman 67-73
  8. The Tao of instructional models, halaman 74-86
  9. Who has the power? policymaking and politics in the english language arts, halaman 87-113
  10. Trends and issues in research in the teaching of the english language arts, halaman 114-130
  11. Understanding research on teaching the english language arts: an introduction for teachers, halaman 133-142
  12. Teacher professionalism and the rise of "Multiple Literacies": how to discribe our specialized knowledge?, halaman 143-151
  13. The Design of emperical research, halaman 152-170
  14. What longitudinal studies say about literacy development/what literacy development says about longitudinal studies, halaman 171-191
  15. Case studies: placing literacy phenomena within their actual context, halaman 192-200
  16. Ethnography as a logic of inquiry, halaman 201-224
  17. Teacher researcher projects: from the elementary school teacher's perspective, halaman 225-231
  18. Teacher inquiry into literacy, social justice, and power, halaman 232-246
  19. Synthesis research in language arts instruction, halaman 247-259
  20. Fictive representation: an alternative method for reporting research, halaman 260-272
  21. Contemporary methodological issues and future directions in research on the teaching of english, halaman 273-281
  22. Who really goes to school? teaching and learning for the students we really have, halaman 285-299
  23. The development of the young child and the emergence of literacy , halaman 300-313
  24. Student achievement and classroom case studies of phonetics in whole language first grades, halaman 314-338
  25. Development in the elementary school years, halaman 339-356
  26. Today's middle grades: different structures, students, and classroom, halaman 357-392
  27. The Learner develops: the high school years, halaman 393-404
  28. Literacy learning after high school, halaman 405-412
  29. Children with reading difficulties, halaman 413-420
  30. Teaching bilingual and ESL children and adolescents, halaman 421-434
  31. Language varieties, culture and teaching the english language arts , halaman 435-445
  32. Variation in language and the use of language across contexts: implications for literacy learning, halaman 446-458
  33. Issues in teacher preparation and staff development in english language arts, halaman 459-477
  34. Teacher evaluation, halaman 478-490
  35. Pursuing diversity, halaman 491-498
  36. The Elementary school classroom, halaman 501-511
  37. Secondary english classroom environments, halaman 512-531
  38. Family literacy at the turn of the millennium: the costly future of maintaining the status quo, halaman 532-545
  39. Technology and the language arts: implications of an expanded definition of literacy, halaman 546-565
  40. Grouping for instruction in literacy, halaman 566-572
  41. Unifying the domain of K-12 english language arts curriculum, halaman 573-589
  42. Evaluating language development, halaman 590-599
  43. Informal methods of evaluation, halaman 600-607
  44. Teacher-based assessment of literacy learning, halaman 608-618
  45. High-stakes assessment in the language arts: the piper plays, the players dance, but who pays the price?, halaman 619-630
  46. Elementary language arts textbooks: a decade of change, halaman 631-639
  47. Literature for literacy: what research says about the benefits of using trade books in the classroom, halaman 640-648
  48. Roles for new technologies in language arts: inquiry, communication, construction, and expression, halaman 649-657
  49. The Media arts, halaman 658-665
  50. Reading matters: how reading engagement influences cognition, halaman 666-675
  51. Balancing the curriculum in the english language arts: exploring the components of effective teaching and learning, halaman 676-684
  52. Language, the language arts, and thinking, halaman 687-716
  53. Teaching the roots of modern english: the history of the language in the language arts class, halaman 717-720
  54. Grammars and literacy learning, halaman 721-737
  55. Spelling, halaman 738-751
  56. Research on vocabulary instruction: voltaire redux, halaman 752-785
  57. Rhetoric, halaman 786-798
  58. Children's responses to literature, halaman 799-813
  59. Response to literature, halaman 814-824
  60. Multiculturalism, literature, and curriculum issues, halaman 825-834
  61. Reading preferences, halaman 835-847
  62. The School subject literature, halaman 848-856
  63. Motivating lifelong voluntary readers, halaman 857-867
  64. reflections and refractions of meaning: dialogic approaches to classroom drama and reading, halaman 868-880
  65. Oral language: speaking and listening in elementary classrooms, halaman 881-913
  66. Reading: children's developing knowledge of words, halaman 914-930
  67. Reading comprehension instruction, halaman 931-941
  68. Studying: skill, strategies, and systems, halaman 942-954
  69. Balanced literacy instruction: implications for students of diverse backgrounds, halaman 955-966
  70. Writing, halaman 967-992
  71. Children's writing: research and practice, halaman 993-1007
  72. Imaginative expression, halaman 1008-1025
  73. The Language arts interact, halaman 1026-1034
  74. Curriculum integration to promote literate thinking: dilemmas and possibilities, halaman 1035-1051
  75. The conventions of writing, halaman 1052-1063

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