Ergebnis der Suche

Ergebnis der Suche nach: ( (Freitext: STUDENT) und (Systematikpfad: "SPRACHEN UND LITERATUR") ) und (Systematikpfad: "BILINGUALER UNTERRICHT")

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  • Teaching Strategies

    Student-centered teaching strategies that nurture students’ literacy and critical thinking skills within a respectful classroom climate. The strategies suggested here can be used with students of all ages with any academic content (Facing History and Ourselves 2011) 

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  • Educational Resources from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

    The primary sections of the site include ”Student Activities”, ”Teacher Resources”, and ”Publications”. In the ”Student Activities” area visitors can play the ”Great Economists Treasure Hunt”, and also visit ”FedVille”, which offers young people an introduction to the world of the Federal Reserve (2008).

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  • Student Victimization in U.S. Schools

    Results From the 2007 School Crime Supplement to the National Crime Victimization Survey, released in July 2010, findings on ”student reports of the presence of gangs and weapons and the availability of drugs at school, student reports of bullying and cyberbullying, and fear and avoidance behaviors of crime victims and nonvictims at school.” (National Center for Education ...

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  • Who makes your iPhone?

    This lesson consists of two student readings. The first reading takes a closer look at the labor conditions in factories in China making Apple products. The second reading explores the debate about sweatshops more broadly (Teachable Moment, USA 2012).

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  • Interpreting & Verifying the News in an Era of Info Overload

    Student readings, discussion questions, and inquiry suggestions with focus on the need to critically interpret and verify what one sees, hears, and reads to avoid being swamped by information overload (USA, Teachable Moment 2011).

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  • VIETNAM, IRAQ & ”A CITY UPON A HILL”

    Two student readings examine, compare, and provide commentary on the U.S. wars in Vietnam and Iraq. Suggested discussion questions, writing assignments, and subjects for inquiry encourage students to explore opposing viewpoints (Teachable Moment 2007).

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  • Welkom in Suid-Afrika or Welcome to South Africa

    By Hans-Henning Jaenichen, student of English and Geography at the Justus-Liebig-University Gießen (2003-15)

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  • 50 years after The Other America: POVERTY IN THE U.S.

    Two student readings, with discussion questions, consider the state of poverty in the U.S. (Teachable Moment USA 2012).

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  • Be an Energy Saver

    This bilingual lesson focuses on the scarce and nonrenewable nature of fossil fuels in order to stimulate student thinking about energy conservation (EconEd 2007).

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  • The Unpleasant News About Global Warming

    Three readings for high school students include background information and quotes addressing such questions as: What causes global warming? What is being done about it? What else needs to be done? Questions for discussion and suggestions for student inquiry and citizenship activities follow (Teachable Moment 2007)

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