3 edition of Readings in science education found in the catalog.
Readings in science education
|Statement||edited by Edgar Jenkins and Richard Whitfield.|
|Contributions||Jenkins, E. W., Whitfield, Richard C., Science Teacher Education Project.|
|LC Classifications||Q 181 R28 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
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The purpose of this book, one of a series of publications from the Science Teacher Education Project, is to provide a collection of some important readings in science education for student teachers, inservice teachers and others interested in this field of study.
The selection of readings reflects international appeal and applicability Cited by: 3. "Reading Science is exactly the book that teachers want and need to help their students develop disciplinary literacy skills in science.
Packed with practical strategies, examples, and tools, this book offers a clear, do-able approach to integrating literacy and science instruction.5/5(7). Laura Robb is the expert in literacy. She offers practical and detailed ways to assist all students in content area classes in using the information contained in their textbooks.
This is a very appropriate book for Special Educators and General Education teachers, by: 8. The Essentials of Science and Literacy: A Guide for Teachers By Jeff Winokur et al.
Authored by a team of science and literacy experts, this book includes concrete ideas teachers can use to increase both literacy learning and the quality of science instruction. It emphasizes reading, writing, and talking as methods of learning.
This Readings in science education book is understandable. For many students, reading science is like reading a foreign language. A high school chemistry text can contain some 3, new vocabulary terms — far more than are taught in most foreign language classes (Holliday, ).
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Teachers, you can even let your class poke out their tongues after reading this as part of a science experiment. In Stick Your Tongue out, wach page has.
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