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Author: Mavis Heath-Miller
Publisher: London : Collins, 1980.
ISBNISSN: 0002462044, 9780002462044
Notes: 159 pages.
Responsibility: Early harvest
Edition: Print book : Fiction : English
Includes index. Reading instruction for diverse populations --
How children learn to read --
Children who struggle with reading --
Classroom community and discourse practices in research-based, culturally responsive classrooms --
Word study: phonemic awareness and phonics --
Fluency --
Comprehension --
More comprehension tools: vocabulary and the instructional conversation --
Writing --
New literacies --
Research-based, culturally responsive reading instruction in second grade --
Research-based, culturally responsive reading instruction in fifth grade --
Family involvement --
"What if my students still need help?": effective reading interventions. Provides guidance for implementing research-based reading instruction that is responsive to students' diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Structured around the "big five" core topics of an effective reading program--phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension--the book explains tried-and-true teaching strategies for fostering all students' achievement. --from publisher description. "Pre K-8"--Cover. Section one: getting started : The multiple intelligences : Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences --
Gardner's multiple intelligences --
Multiple intelligences with centers and projects --
About centers : Creating centers --
Types of centers --
Moving into and out of centers --
Establishing rules and guidelines --
Assessing center time --
Exploratory centers : Verbal/linguistic centers --
Visual/spatial centers --
Bodily/kinesthetic centers --
Naturalist centers --
Logical/mathematical centers --
Musical/rhythmic centers --
Interpersonal centers. Intrapersonal centers --
About projects : Creating projects --
Project models --
Working through a project --
Final assessment --
Celebrating --
Picture-essay project --
Section two: putting it all together : The amazing brain --
Discoveries of the deep oceans --
Pirate treasures --
Space travel --
Colors of our world --
Creepy critters. Mortalities - Mickey Mouse numbers; urban and rural economies; social relations; religious belief; architecture. Preface --
Section 1 : Introduction --
ch. 1. Sexed bodies --
Section 2 : Lies --
ch. 2. Rape myths --
ch. 3. 'No' means 'Yes' --
Section 3 : Identities --
ch. 4. Rapacious bodies --
ch. 5. Brutalizing environments --
ch. 6. The knife (and other invasive therapies) --
ch. 7. The couch (and other interior therapies) --
Section 4 : Case studies --
ch. 8. Female perpetrators, male victims --
ch. 9. Exhibitionists --
ch. 10. Sexual psychopaths --
Section 5 : Violent institutions --
ch. 11. The home --
ch 12. The prison --
ch. 13. The military --
Section 6 : Law --
ch. 14. Getting away with rape --
Section 7 : Resistance --
ch. 15. Violence, politics, erotics --
Notes --
Bibliography --
Index. In America, someone is sexually assaulted every two-and-a-half minutes. Now more than ever, a comprehensive reevaluation of sexual violence is urgently necessary. Award-winning author and historian Joanna Bourke delivers this timely investigation of rape, a crime that is increasingly difficult to define, yet devastating in its impact." "She draws from the work of criminologists, sociologists, and psychologists to examine the motivations driving perpetrators of sex crimes, insisting that "rapists are not born; they become." The rapist, not the victim, is the target of Bourke's unflinching analysis, for the perpetrator himself, she asserts, can only be reformed once he is humanized. Though indebted to a growing body of feminist analyses, she radically departs from this vein of literature in order to place the rapist in his (or her) political-cultural context.