Free eBook Contemporary's the Write Stuff: Shaping Sentences download
by G. Shea
Author: G. Shea
Publisher: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill School Pub (June 1, 1985)
Category: Teaching and Education
Subcategory: Schools and Teaching
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ISBN 13: 9780809252053.
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The Write Stuff, "Radio 4's game of literary correctness", is a lighthearted quiz about literature on BBC Radio 4, taking a humorous look at famous literary figures, which ran from 1998 to 2014. It is chaired and written by James Walton. The two teams are captained by novelist Sebastian Faulks and journalist John Walsh, with Beth Chalmers reading literary extracts.
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She simply left the new books in their boxes. Students then glue the results into their notebooks. Eventually, the books look like dog-eared, bulging relics from an Indiana Jones movie. Instead, in a standard lesson, she uses everything in the classroom but a textbook: a flower pot, a garbage can, a roll of tape, loose spaghetti. It’s all part of Hagan’s do-it-yourself approach to teaching and learning. As for the textbooks they make, her students begin with blank composition notebooks. Hagan argues that if students are allowed to be creative, they’re more likely to remember what they’ve learned.
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