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    New Education Books at Phillips Library

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    Right to Literacy in Secondary Schools: creating a culture of thinking - Plaut, Suzanne
    Call Number: 428.00712 Rig
    ISBN: 0807749184
    Giving adolescents the skills to make sense of the world -- Metacognition -- How literacy serves content-area goals -- Mathematics teaching for understanding: reasoning, reading, and formative assessment -- The scientist in the classroom -- Rigorous talk about culturally relevant text in social studies -- Engaging classroom communities: belonging, rigor, and support as three pillars of a thinking classroom -- Independence is the greatest gift I can give: using the gradual release of responsibility framework -- Time to think: using the workshop structure so students think and teachers listen


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