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Contextualizing assessment of literate-learning: Can Tony read and write?
(Virginia Tech, 1994)
Appalachian studies in grades 6-12 language arts and English curricula in central Appalachia
(Virginia Tech, 1994)
The primary purposes of this study are to determine the extent to which Appalachian studies courses or units have become part of the middle and secondary public school English curricula in Central Appalachia and, in relation ...
Enhancing teacher growth through conversation: an analysis of colleague conversation during the planning and teaching of a reading assessment course
(Virginia Tech, 1994-04-15)
This ethnographic study explores the nature of the conversations between two colleagues, a more experienced and a less experienced university professor, during the planning sessions, class meetings, and debriefings of a ...
Cultural perspectives and adolescent concerns in Nigerian young adult novels
(Virginia Tech, 1994-12-01)
Multicultural literature is a very important tool in today's classrooms because it enables teachers and students to learn about the practices, historical background for attitudes, norms and customs of other cultures and peoples.
Evaluation of two coaching education programs: measuring effects of content and instruction on novice youth soccer coaches
(Virginia Tech, 1994-07-06)
Coaching education programs, both non-sport specific and sport specific, have been developed by a number of sponsoring agencies. The purpose of these coaching education programs is to develop coaching competencies leading ...
Revising English 01: the creation of a developmental reading and writing course
(Virginia Tech, 1994-07-09)
Bartholomae contends that "a reading course is necessarily a writing course and a writing course must be a course in reading." At most community colleges, however, reading and writing are still taught as if they were ...
Effects of visual performance presentations on student perceptions of the elements of music
(Virginia Tech, 1994-02-05)
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of visual performance presentations on student perceptions of the elements of music. Eighth and 12th grade student groups (n = 155) were randomly assigned from intact ...