6 edition of The gentle voices of teachers found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Richard E. Sullivan.|
|Contributions||Sullivan, Richard Eugene, 1921-|
|LC Classifications||AZ321 .G46 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 361 p. :|
|Number of Pages||361|
|ISBN 10||081420662X, 0814206638|
|LC Control Number||95011557|
Created to supplement May 4th Voices, a play based on the tragedy, A Teacher’s Resource Book for May 4th Voices: Kent State, explains how real teachers in real classrooms have adapted the play to use in various pedagogical situations and levels of instruction. It offers lesson plans and background material for students and teachers, describing the national mood in , the events. (Aug / JNS) Like Maestro Leonard Bernstein guiding young people through the joys and intricacies of classical music two generations ago, Joey Weisenberg is a gentle, but no less passionate, tutor. He’s not teaching about the bravado of a bassoon or the timbre of a tympani, but rather giving would-be High Holiday prayer leaders an intimate tour of the wordless melodies and ancient.
Decibella and her 6-inch Voice (Books Teachers Love) Aug Teaching social skills in any classroom is a must. How to do certain life skills tasks, like washing your hands, how to share, and how to use your inside voice. Ohhh. That last one! Using your inside voice. I Found My "Teacher Voice" and Transformed My Classroom Each week, an educator takes a stand or shares an aha! moment in the classroom in the Education World Voice of Experience column. This week, educator Arnold Pulda reflects on how a bout with cancer precipitated his transition from a "drill sergeant" who barked orders at his students to a quieter, gentler Dr. Pulda.
We see PPR as a process that can bring forward more teachers’ voices. In PPR, teachers do not only meld their research with real, engaging issues they are already thinking about in their teaching, but they engage playfully in this research with colleagues and children, making the experience energizing, fulfilling, and, well, playful (Baker et. Many teachers refuse to accept voice students before but since the Kikuchi Music Institute enrolls many voice students under a special set of Primer Level books will be published to help prepare those young students for the Level 1 of the series. Students age 12 and over as well as.
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"The Gentle Voices of Teachers":Aspects of Learning in the Carolingian Age. Edited by Richard E. Sullivan. (Columbus: Ohio State University Press. xiv, $ clothbound; $ paperback.) This book grew out of six papers read at a conference masterminded by.
Get this from a library. The gentle voices of teachers: aspects of learning in the Carolingian age. [Richard E Sullivan;] -- Taken together, these essays provide a synthesis of current work in Carolingian cultural history - a rare commodity in English.
This volume. "The Gentle Voices of Teachers: Aspects of Learning in the Carolingian Age by Richard E. Sullivan (Editor) starting at $ "The Gentle Voices of Teachers: Aspects of Learning in the Carolingian Age has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS vii -- PREFACE ix -- LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS xiii -- 1 Introduction: Factors Shaping Carolingian Studies 1 RICHARD E. SULLIVAN -- 2 The Context of Cultural Activity in the Carolingian Age 51 RICHARD E. SULLLIVAN -- 3 The Pursuit of Knowledge in Carolingian Europe JOHN J.
CONTRENI -- 4 Carolingian Chant: Roman, Frankish-Roman, Frankish RICHARD L. Cited by: 8. Buy "The Gentle Voices of Teachers by Richard E. Sullivan from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Those Gentle Voices Paperback – March 1, by George Alec Effinger (Author), Lou Feck (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — — Paperback "Please retry" $ Reviews: 2. Listen to the voices of some of Arizona's newest and brightest teachers as they speak about the important role their mentors play in building a quality teaching practice.
All of these teachers. If you buy no other reference books for new voice teachers than this one, you’d be off to a great start. This compact book gives specific and detailed exercises for concrete technical problems in singing. James McKinney also lays out the process in which you, as a voice teacher, need to approach the technical problems of the voice.
I might add I always keep by my bed a book signed by Fred Rogers, which reminds me of the gentle voice of a friend I dearly miss who taught me quite a lot about the need to listen patiently to.
They appreciate honesty and kindness. They respect it, and thus, are quick to listen and please their teacher. The older the students are, the more this is true.
Gentleness lowers stress. Without saying a word, a gentle presence removes classroom stress, tension, and anxiety. Gentlehands is the mild yet effective tale of a teenager’s first experience with love that leads him to a disturbing discovery about his maternal grandfather’s involvement in Nazi war crimes.
Source: Freely modified from A Book of Collects in Two Parts, John Wallace Suter and John Wallace Suter, Jr., Milwaukee: Morehouse Publishing, Prayer for a New School Year.
As the School Year Begins Lord Jesus Christ, as a child, you increased in wisdom and stature, you listened to your teachers and asked them questions. Yay. She asked if I had ever done a list of descriptions of voices. I had not. I’m a huge proponent of engaging all of the readers’ senses, not just sight.
It’s a good idea to help readers hear your characters’ voices. So this post is an addendum to the lists in the book. Thanks for the great idea, Katy. Voice For Teachers. 47K likes. This Facebook page has been established as a facility to inform and update teachers from both the Primary and Secondary Educational sectors.
All these years later, as a teacher myself, I recognise the power of our teacher voice (though this instrument can be too often neglected). No doubt what we say as teachers matters most, but we mustn’t forget that how we say it is of crucial importance too.
Your voice is immensely important. I would say that it’s a third -maybe a quarter of your classroom management. You almost never need a loud voice. But you need to be able to vary the TONE of you voice immensely.
You can say words in a gentle way. A gentle answer deflects anger, but harsh words make tempers flare. English Standard Version A soft answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger. Berean Study Bible A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.
New American Standard Bible A gentle answer turns away wrath, But a harsh word stirs up anger. Second-grade students will enjoy this book for many reasons, including David Shannon's delightful use of voice. For this lesson, they work with the voice trait by imagining how they would use a magic wand to cast fun spells and putting their thoughts into writing.
Voice: A Definition for Primary Students. Help me give my students access to quality books in Spanish and English that center their linguistic identities. My students are some of the most inspiring children I've had the pleasure of knowing. They consistently demonstrate curiosity, compassion, and willingness to help others.
From their excitement to. Math Through the Ages: A Gentle History for Teachers and Others (Dover Books on Mathematics) Reprint Edition by William P. Berlinghoff (Author), Fernando Q.
Gouvea (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the Reviews: 4. by Dr. Jane Nelsen Rudolf Dreikurs taught the importance of being both kind and firm in our relations with children.
Kindness is important in order to show respect for the child. Firmness is important in order to show respect for ourselves and for the needs of the situation. Authoritarian methods usually lack kindness. Permissive methods lack firmness.“More Than Skin Deep: Professional Development that Transforms Teachers” Voices from the Middle, December In this article, four teachers of various levels of instruction share what makes the National Writing Project summer institute experience so valuable to them in their teaching lives and in the lives of their student writers.Books shelved as own-voices: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz, The Poet.