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Guidelines for Judging and Selecting Language Arts Textbooks

Timothy Shanahan

Guidelines for Judging and Selecting Language Arts Textbooks

A Modest Proposal (Ncte Concept Paper Series, No.1)

by Timothy Shanahan

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Published by Natl Council of Teachers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Textbooks (Educational Media),
  • Self-Help

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11352164M
    ISBN 100814119700
    ISBN 109780814119709

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Guidelines for Judging and Selecting Language Arts Textbooks by Timothy Shanahan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Guidelines for judging and selecting language arts textbooks: a modest proposal. [Timothy Shanahan; Lester N Knight]. Intended to help educators select textbooks that represent the highest standards of quality instruction, these guidelines describe major aspects of textbooks--of language arts instruction--considered essential.

Following an introduction, the eight guidelines (whose features should be central to a program's design and should pervade the entire fabric of the textbook presentation), state that Author: Timothy Shanahan, Lester Knight.

Each school should develop its own criteria for selecting materials for inclusion in English language arts programs, but virtually all criteria relate to two general requirements for selections: materials must (1) have a clear connection to established educational objectives and (2) address the needs of the students for whom they are intended.

Open Textbook Quality Criteria Criterion 1: Scope and Sequence. Textbook contains a comprehensive standard scope and sequence for a particular college course or set of courses.

Textbook is easily divisible into smaller sections, with text that is not overly self-referential in order to enable modularity as much as possible. for acquiring new book such as outdated, worn or change in curriculum.

This should be done by December 1st. _____2. Meet with Director of Instruction & Staff Development to review process for textbook acquisition. _____3. Review criteria for selection of new textbooks (rubric attached).

The Guiding Principles include criteria for quality textbooks in areas such as Content, Learning and Teaching, Structure and Organisation, Language, Textbook Layout (for printed textbooks only), Technical and Functional Requirements as well as Pedagogical Use of e-Features (for e-textbooks only).These principles are generic and central to textbooks for kindergartens, all Key Learning Areas.

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The following six principles guided the development of the OALCF: 1. language select email us. Search all Guidelines on Drawing up the School Calendar-Native-speaking English Teacher (NET) Scheme-Central Resources Centre-Resource Overview-Learning and Teaching Resource Lists (New)- Textbook Selection Criteria (for reference only) Title: Subject: Level.

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The Dr. Mae Jemison biography is one of my favorites because not only was she the first African-American woman to travel into space, but she is an accomplished chemical engineer and. The first product I helped create was a basal language arts program.

The word basal refers to a comprehensive package that includes students' textbooks for a sequence of grades, plus associated teachers' manuals and endless workbooks, tests. Choosing & Using Sources presents a process for academic research and writing, from formulating your research question to selecting good information and using it effectively in your research assignments.

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