This week's "question-of-the-week" is: What are the differences between Project-Based, Problem-Based and Inquiry Learning?
Regie Routman, Katherine S. McKnight and Michael W. Smith share additional ideas on effectively teaching literature.
Several educators - Nancy Steineke, Sean McComb, Nancy Frey, Doug Fisher, Bill Himmele and Pérsida Himmele - provide suggestions on how to effectively teach literature in the classroom.
Joe asks: What's the most effective way to approach literature education in the secondary classroom? Reading assigned for hw? Read alouds? Independent reading?
Educators Margo Gottlieb, Maria Montalvo-Balbed, and Tracey Takuhama-Espinosa share English Language Learner teaching strategies in the final post in a two-part series.
Today's post shares ideas on how to teach ELLs in content classes from four experienced educators: Judie Haynes, Mary Ann Zehr, Bárbara C. Cruz and Stephen J. Thornton.
This week's question is: What are the best strategies to use when teaching English Language Learners in content classes?
In today's third, and final, segment on vocabulary instruction, Laura Robb and Amy Benjamin share their thoughts, and I also include readers' comments.
Today's segment on vocabulary instruction highlights commentaries from Camille Blachowicz, Charlene Cobb, Katherine S. McKnight, Nicole Zuerblis and Susan Chenelle.
This three-part series will be sharing a wide-range of instructional strategies to help our students acquire the vocabulary necessary to become successful in school and in life. We'll start off with suggestions from Katie Brown, Jane Fung, Marilee Sprenger and Karen Bromley.