6 edition of Designs for Science Literacy found in the catalog.
January 29, 2001
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||312|
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Treating curriculum reform as a design problem is a basic proposition of Designs for Science Literacy. Designs, and its companion CD-ROM Designs on Disk, deal with the critical issues involved in assembling sound instructional materials into a coherent K whole.
Designs for Science Literacy is one of a series of influential books outlining the major topics for science literacy in K education, a project that began with Science for All Americans and Benchmarks for Science Literacy and included science, mathematics and technology.5/5(2).
The call for science curriculum reform has been made over and over again for much of the twentieth century. Designs for Science Literacy - American Association for the Advancement of Science - Oxford University Press.
Get this from a library. Designs for science literacy. [Project (American Association for the Advancement of Science); American Association for the Advancement of Science.;] -- CD-ROM contains: electronic version of the text; information resources, databases and utilities (incl. Macromedia Shockwave Player and Macromedia Flash Player software).
38 rows Designs for Science Literacy Online. Designs for Science Literacy. Online. Treating. Inside the back cover of Designs for Science Literacy is Designs on Disk, a companion CD-ROM that includes the searchable text of the book itself, databases, background readings, and utilities to help educators take on many of the curriculum design tasks recommended in the book.
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Key terms and definitions and their contexts are explored in a range of activity types that will develop students’ literacy skills. This book is divided into ten units, each of which focuses on a content theme. Genre: A book review will identify the genre that the book belongs to, whether fiction or nonfiction, poetry, romance, science-fiction, history etc.
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A Book for Every Reader Type.Disciplinary Literacy Scientists have a unique way of working with text and communicating ideas. They read an article or watch a video with a particular lens and a particular way of thinking about the material.
Engaging with disciplinary literacy in science means approaching or creating a text with that lens. Notably, the a text is not just a book.Science and Literacy was written by people from the Nuffield Primary Science Project and the Exeter Extending Literacy Project at a time when there was renewed emphasis on teaching about literacy in primary schools.
The approach recommended in the book is based on the EXIT model that was devised by the team at Exeter to show how students can be helped to interact effectively with non-fiction.