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Cognitive Strategy Instruction for Middle and High Schools (Cognitive Strategy Training Series)

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eeveiws the logic and importance of using strategy instruction.

Synopsis:

This book is especially important because there has been little attention to addressing the needs of secondary school students whose skill base is weak. It presents the strategies empirically validated as appropriate for middle and high school students. The logic and importance of using strategy instruction with these students is reviewed. Each chapter then presents the concepts underlying the use of strategies in specific subject or skill areas across the curriculum, followed by the empirically validated strategies appropriate to that subject matter, with an emphasis for the teacher of how to teach and support the strategies.

Synopsis:

Cognitive Strategy Instruction for Middle and High Schools addresses the unique strategy needs of middle and high school students who are experiencing learning difficulties. Cognitive strategies enable students to actively organize and respond to learning tasks, improving their performance in the subject matter. This book identifies and explains the empirically validated cognitive strategies and provides explicit examples about when and in what circumstances each of these strategies should be used. Each chapter presents teachers with the concepts underlying the use of strategies in a specific subject or skill area, followed by the empirically validated strategies appropriate to that subject matter. The topics covered include mnemonics training, learning from direct teaching, reading comprehension, writing, general problem solving, algebra, science, computer use, second-language learning, test taking, plus a special section aimed at students with learning disabilities. References are included for the teaching professional who wants more information.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781571290076
Editor:
Wood, Eileen
Editor:
Woloshyn, Vera
Editor:
Wood, Eileen
Editor:
Woloshyn, Vera
Editor:
Willoughby, Teena
Author:
Wood, Eileen
Editor:
Willoughby, Teena
Publisher:
Brookline Books
Location:
Cambridge, Mass. :
Subject:
Secondary
Subject:
High school teaching
Subject:
Thought and thinking
Subject:
Learning, psychology of
Subject:
Cognitive learning
Subject:
Education-General
Edition Description:
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Series:
Cognitive Strategy Training Series
Series Volume:
no. 94-6
Publication Date:
19990131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
285
Dimensions:
8.95x5.98x.72 in. .93 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , This book is especially important because there has been little attention to addressing the needs of secondary school students whose skill base is weak. It presents the strategies empirically validated as appropriate for middle and high school students. The logic and importance of using strategy instruction with these students is reviewed. Each chapter then presents the concepts underlying the use of strategies in specific subject or skill areas across the curriculum, followed by the empirically validated strategies appropriate to that subject matter, with an emphasis for the teacher of how to teach and support the strategies.
"Synopsis" by , Cognitive Strategy Instruction for Middle and High Schools addresses the unique strategy needs of middle and high school students who are experiencing learning difficulties. Cognitive strategies enable students to actively organize and respond to learning tasks, improving their performance in the subject matter. This book identifies and explains the empirically validated cognitive strategies and provides explicit examples about when and in what circumstances each of these strategies should be used. Each chapter presents teachers with the concepts underlying the use of strategies in a specific subject or skill area, followed by the empirically validated strategies appropriate to that subject matter. The topics covered include mnemonics training, learning from direct teaching, reading comprehension, writing, general problem solving, algebra, science, computer use, second-language learning, test taking, plus a special section aimed at students with learning disabilities. References are included for the teaching professional who wants more information.
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