Reading, writing and inquiry: Classroom Applications. James A. Shymansky University of Missouri-St. Louis Larry D. Yore University of Victoria. Fictional Literature as Springboards to Inquiry. Misconceptions abound! Is this possible? Let’s try it and see!. Parent Potential!.
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James A. Shymansky
University of Missouri-St. Louis
Larry D. Yore
University of Victoria
Is this possible?
Let’s try it and see!
Reading, writing and inquiring at home
Focus and questions and investigation rather than on answers
Becoming critical consumers of information
Content, Form and Function: Novice Expert
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Writing: Novice Expert
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Approaching At Above
Expectations Expectations Expectations
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