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Suggesting that students in the primary grades can explore the world around them and practice valuable skills in spelling, reading, writing, communication, and language, this book presents cross-curricular units on the environment that reach diverse needs by working through emotional memory, deductive reasoning, and multiple intelligences. Features of the book include: ready-to-use activities; sample reading texts; group demonstrations; and classroom-tested teaching suggestions. Each unit includes an introductory narrative, advice on using the theme, related language arts and extension activities, a list of trade books, and class activities. The first unit is "Our Invisible Cloak, the Air"; the second unit is "All in a Day's Weather"; the third unit, "A Dry, Dry Place," focuses on the desert; and the fourth unit is "A Pond Is not a Puddle." Appendixes contain advice on setting up and running a learning center; advice on how to make and use bulletin boards and file folders; a 47-item glossary; instructions on how to make a book; and 10 teacher resources. (RS)

Descriptors: Class Activities, Communication Skills, Environmental Education, Integrated Activities, Language Arts, Multiple Intelligences, Primary Education, Reading Skills, Spelling, Thematic Approach, Units of Study, Weather, Writing Skills

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Autor: McAllister, Elizabeth A.; Hildebrand, Joan M.; Ericson, Joann H.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=6088&id=ED436775

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