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The Weighty Word Book

Author : Paul M. Levitt
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Provides definitions for twenty-six vocabulary words from abasement to zealot with stories containing puns that provide mnemonic devices for remembering the definitions.

Your Classroom Library

Author : Douglas Ray Reutzel
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Ready to go far beyond the usual classroom book collection to make your library a dynamic support for all your literacy teaching? In this practical, one-of-a-kind book, two veteran educators show you how to use your library as: A resource for mini-lessons on book selection, author's craft, comprehension strategies and other literacy lessons. A source for interactive read-alouds. An extension of your shared-reading and guided-reading instruction. A motivating place for students' independent reading in many genres. A gallery of student book responses, recommendations, and student-authored works. And much more!

TalentEd

Author : Jerry D. Flack
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With the vision that children can learn well and achieve excellence if provided with opportunity and challenge, Flack offers exciting ideas and strategies to identify and develop the unique talents found in each one. These strategies employ the library media specialist and teacher as allies in the talent development process, and they promote the concept of basic skills beyond literacy and numeracy into goal setting, time management, library research, creative and critical thinking, and problem solving. The activities are designed to promote literacy, integrated learning, diversity, and academic excellence. Grades K-12.

Weighty Words Too

Author : Paul M. Levitt
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Provides definitions for twenty-six vocabulary words from "aggrandizement" to "zany" with stories containing puns that provide mnemonic devices for remembering the definitions.

Easy Mini Lessons for Building Vocabulary

Author : Laura Robb
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Offers ideas for fourth- to eighth-grade English classes

The Sailor s Word book

Author : William Henry Smyth
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The Sailor s Word Book

Author : William Henry Smyth
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An extensive glossary of nautical terminology, compiled by an admiral over the course of his career and published in 1867.

Word Play

Author : Sandra Whitaker
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Provides teachers with theories, lessons, and activities for vocabulary instruction to help students in every subject area.

Derrida Wordbook

Author : Maria-Daniella Dick
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A glossary of words associated with Jacques Derrida accommodating the far-reaching implications of his work This cornucopia of words and definitions intervenes at crucial points of tension across the entire range of Derrida's publications, including those published posthumously. It offers sustained expository engagement with a series of 67 key words - from Aporia to Yes - having significance throughout Derrida's thought and writing. Touching on the literary, as well as on political, aesthetic, phenomenological and psychoanalytic discourses, and tracing how Derrida's own practice of close reading shadows faithfully the texts he reads before producing a breaking point in the logical limits of a given text, each word, the essays illustrate, is not a final word. Instead, each shows itself, through close reading that places the terms, figures, tropes, and motifs in their broader contexts, to be a gateway, opening on to innumerable, interconnected concerns that inform the work of Jacques Derrida.

Books for the Gifted Child

Author : Barbara Holland Baskin
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This bibliography lists and annotates some 150 books of special value for the gifted child from preschool age to adolescence. Separate sections discuss the problems of the gifted child within a historical and social context, and how such factors as status, etc. contribute to these programs.