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Using literature in the middle school curriculum

Using literature in the middle school curriculum (Loan 2 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Hurst, Carol Otis. Otis, Rebecca.
Title Statement
Using literature in the middle school curriculum / by Carol Otis Hurst and Rebecca Otis.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Worthington, Ohio :   Linworth Pub. ,   c1999.  
Physical Medium
vii, 231 p. ; 28 cm.
Series Statement
Professional growth series
ISBN
0938865714 0938865730
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Middle schools -- United States -- Curricula. Literature -- Study and teaching (Middle school) -- United States. Young adult literature. Interdisciplinary approach in education -- United States.
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650 0 ▼a Literature ▼x Study and teaching (Middle school) ▼z United States.
650 0 ▼a Young adult literature.
650 0 ▼a Interdisciplinary approach in education ▼z United States.
700 0 ▼a Otis, Rebecca.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS

DEDICATION = ⅴ

ABOUT THE AUTHORS = ⅶ

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS = ⅸ

CHAPTER 1 : IT'S A DIGITAL WORLD = 1

 Schools in the Digital World = 2

CHAPTER 2 : LIBRARIES OF THE PAST = 5

 Once Upon a School Library = 5

 New Vessels in Old Facilities = 6

 Transition Time = 6

CHAPTER 3 : LEARNING SPACES OF THE FUTURE = 9

 Linear Classrooms of the Past = 9

 Enter the Computer = 10

 The Creation of the Lab = 11

 The Network Appears = 11

 Impact on Education = 12

 Non-Linear Classrooms = 12

 Non-Linear Classroom Diagram = 13

 Using Multiple Spaces = 13

 Multimedia Room Layout = 15

 Classroom Layout = 16

 The Digital Harvest = 17

CHAPTER 4 : RESOURCES FOR LEARNING = 19

 Media vs Tools = 19

 So Why Isn't Technology Incorporated as a Resource? = 20

 Resources for Learning = 21

 Managing Resources = 22

 Engaged Learning = 25

 High-Load Learning Curves = 26

 Connect, Compute, Complete Recommendations = 27

 Netscape Guidesheet = 31

 Generic Protocol for Electronic Resources = 32

 General Principles in Using slide Projectors = 34

CHAPTER 5 : WHO SHALL LEAD? = 35

 What is the World of the Student? = 35

 Partners for Learning = 35

 The Teacher's Role = 36

 The Library Media Teacher's Role = 36

 The Technology Specialist's Role = 36

 Interdependent Roles Task Table = 37

 The Fabric of an Educational Program = 37

 Assessment = 40

CHAPTER 6 : LITERACY IN THE DIGITAL WORLD = 41

 What's Important? = 41

 New Indicators of Literacy = 42

 Media Literacy = 43

 Literacy Issues = 44

 Attribute/Teaching Strategy Chart = 45

 The Role of Technology in Literacy = 46

 Computer Literacy vs Information Literacy = 46

CHAPTER 7 : PRESENTING = 49

 What Do We Mean by "Instruction? = 49

 The Student's View = 51

 Instruction for Student Literacy = 52

 How Can We Tell Students Are Learning = 52

 Middle School Technology Sequence = 54

 Outcomes, Benchmarks, and Standards = 58

 Raising the Bar = 60

 Cycles of Inquiry = 60

 Technology Indicators(K-12) = 61

 Real Life Learning = 62

 Technology and Product Rubric = 64

CHAPTER 8 : MULTIMEDIA REPORTING = 65

 Organizing the Project = 65

 Contract = 66

 The Cycle of Production = 67

 Use of Facilities = 67

 Project Calendar = 68

 Moments of Breakdown = 68

 Project Skills = 70

 Completing the Cycle = 70

 Electronic Portfolios = 71

 More Work for the Learning Team = 71

 Sample Equipment Program Report Form = 73

CHAPTER 9 : WHOSE WORK IS IT ANYWAY? = 75

 Repurposing = 75

 improvisation on a Theme = 76

 Who Owns an Idea? = 77

 Is Code the Same as Atoms? = 78

 Tracking Ideas = 78

 The Webliography = 79

 Building on Student Foundations = 79

 Redwood HS Library Webtiography to World Problems 1998 = 81

CHAPTER IO : WHERE ARE YOU IN THE LEARNING CURVE? = 83

 Micropockets of Technological Poverty = 83

 Adapting to Change = 84

 Understanding Digits = 85

 Digital Push-ups = 86

CHAPTER 11 : LESSONS INCORPORATING TECHNOLOGY = 89

 Lesson Key = 89

 Lesson Template = 91

 Mapping Rome = 92

 Exploring Islam = 94

 Castles and Cathedrals = 96

 Freewheeling Vertices = 98

 Supply and Demand = 100

 Growing Up in Time = 102

 Archetypal Videos = 104

 Morphing Artists = 106

 Safe Science = 108

 Water Survey = 110

 Food on the Run = 112

 More Idea Starters = 114

BIBLIOGRAPHY = 115

INDEX = 119



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