e-Book Helping Children Learn Language Arts epub downloadAuthor: Mary E. Finn,Patrick J. Finn
Pages: 427 pages
Publisher: Longman Pub Group; 1st Edition edition (January 1, 1993)
Category: Schools & Teaching
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e-Book Helping Children Learn Language Arts epub download
by Mary E. Finn,Patrick J. Finn
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ISBN13:9780801300493. Release Date:November 1992. Publisher:Longman Publishing Group.
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Patrick J. Finn is Associate Professor in the Department of Learning and Instruction at State University of New York at Buffalo. Finn - Teacher Education with an Attitude: Preparing Teachers to Educate Working-Class Students in Their Collective Self-Interest. Finn, Anne K. Bothe, Robin E. Bramlett. PURPOSE The purpose of this tutorial is to describe 10 criteria that may help clinicians distinguish between scientific and pseudoscientific treatment claims. The criteria are illustrated, first fo. More). Finn persuasively debunks the time-honored paradigm for teaching poor and working-class students. Our job, he argues, is not to help such students to become middle class and live middle-class lives most don t want it. Education rather should focus on a powerful literacy a literacy with an attitude that enables working-class and poor students to better understand, demand, and protect their civil, political, and social rights.