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Choosing to Emerge as Readers and Writers 9780065007275

Choosing to Emerge as Readers and Writers

A Multicultural Reader

ISBN-10: 0065007271
ISBN-13: 9780065007275
PUBLISHER: Longman Publishing
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Product Description: 1. Choosing to Learn. Journey, Mary Oliver. Something Important I and Something Important II, Ruth Castillo. “I Won't Learn from You!” Herbert Kohl. Hell on Wheels, Nancy Shilins. Marva Collins' Way, Marva Collins and Civia Tamarking. Seven Keys to Effective Learning, Cyril Houle. 2. Rethinking the Meanings of Intelligence. What Is Intelligence, Anyway? Issac Asimov. Beyond the IQ: Education and Human Development, Howard Gardner. The Dumb Kids, John Caddy. Kwoon, Charles Johnson. Teaching for Intelligence, Arthur Costa. A Most Unusual Man, Douglas S. Looney. 3. Seeing the Human Beings Behind Students and Teachers. Theme for English B, Langston Hughes. Bobby Pins and Tissues, Samuel Freedman. “I Just Wanna Be Average,” Mike Rose. Telling the Stories About Stories, Joseph Trimmer. Anorexia: The Cheating Disorder, Richard Murphy. Lesson, Michelle Sokoloski. 127. Did I Miss Anything? Tom Wayman. 4. Connecting Private and Public Selves. Ceremony, Leslie Marmon Silko. Lost Lives of Women, Amy Tan. A Quiet Moment with Joe, Al Martinez. The Space Crone, Ursula K. LeGuin. The Solace of Open Spaces, Gretel Ehrlich. The Man Who Planted Trees, Jean Giono. Los Pobres, Richard Rodriguez. 5. Dealing with Obstacles. Struggling for Sanity, Anastasia Toufexis. Homeless Children Come to School, Karin Chenoweth and Cathy Free. The Inside Story, Lynn Steinberg. The Terrible Twenties, Daniel Smith-Rowney. You're Short, Besides! Sucheng Chan. Unfinished Business, William Ecenbarger. Ed Again, Tom Bodett. 6. Making Difficult Decisions. Greyhound Tragedy, Richard Brautigan. Speaking of Courage, Tim O'Brien. Stories Don't Have Endings, Misha Gallagher. Suicide Note, Janice Mirikitani. A Look Back Over the Edge, Kevin Forbes. The Seductive Mother, Lily Richards. The Promise, Maya Angelou. Cycles, Tome O'Hara. 7. Entering New Worlds. A Foreigner, Liang Wu. Emigrant/Immigrant I and Emigrant/Immigrant II, Rina Ferrarelli. Lighting the Lantern, Mark Kit. The Freedom Land: Promise and Price, Marilyn Smith Layton. The Americanization of Mohm Phat, Gail Sheehy. Love and Shame, Alex Tizon. I Don't Know Where It's Going From Here, James Kreiser. 8. Daring to Imagine (What You Can Do). Bell Hooks, Talking Back. Passport to Freedom, Mark Mathabane. The Beauty of Being a Late Bloomer, Bel Kaufman. Ordinary Olympians, Marilyn King. A Variety of Religious Experience, Joan Brady. Because That's Who I Am, Deborah Erber. Shadow of a Nation, Gary Smith. Epilogue: What My Mother Said, 1959.

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