Dr. Seuss goes to high school. An interdisciplinary approach for integrating science and literature. www.richmond.k12.mi.us. I believe that science shouldn’t be taught as an isolated subject, but should include; Reading Writing (including research) History Math. MS Print Shop.
MS Print Shop
- Provides a positive reading role model
- Furnishes new information
- Demonstrates the pleasure of reading
- Enables students to be exposed to a book they might not otherwise be exposed to
One way students develop the concept of fluent reading is through listening and watching others read aloud. (Reutzel and Hollingsworth, 1993)
Compliments and enriches curriculum
LA Benchmarks and Standards;SE-H-B5, SE-H-A10, SE-H-A1, SE-H-A2, SE-H-A3, SE-H-A9, SE-H-B6, SE-H-C5
LA Benchmarks and Standards;SE-H-B5, SE-H-A10, SE-H-A1, SE-H-A2, SE-H-A3, SE-H-A4, SE-H-A5, SE-H-A8, SE-H-A9, SE-H-B6, and SE-H-C1
Adapted from Bernardo, 2004
Most teachers would agree that this sounds like a good idea but …
How to fit it in an already overloaded schedule?
Where can I find books to fit a topic?
About 20 min. at a time.
if reading aloud.
Students read outside of class and take an AR test on it or make a report.
Good for a Sub to do
Good for when the power goes
Click on the web address for a direct link.
California State Dept. of Education:
National Science Foundation: (Sorry, but I couldn’t get this one to link directly).
Outstanding Science Trade Books published by NSTA in conjunction with the Children’s Book Council http://www.nsta.org/publications/ostb/
University of Florida and Florida State:
Captain Shreve High School