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Leap Into Literacy: Teaching the Tough Stuff So It Sticks!

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This sensible, invigorating book offers lesson plans and practical suggestions for stimulating active learning and creating learning opportunities in new ways. It directs teachers to simple methods of inspiring a questioning attitude that will help students master skills, acquire information, and become critically aware of their own possibilities as learners. The book show ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published January 1st 2007 by Pembroke Publishers
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Jul 19, 2013 Pembroke Publishers rated it it was amazing
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"…a valuable resource manual that will engage students in both the learning activities and reflection necessary to develop solid literacy skills." - Professionally Speaking

"…it is an invaluable resource for teachers who work with students who might be showing disinterest and discouragement around literacy activites. Highly Recommended." - Canadian Teacher Magazine
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