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Teaching and Learning

Home  >  Teaching and Learning  >  Reading Workbooks  >  High School
High School includes activities for Tenth through Twelfth Grade.
Angel Card Discussion Techniques
Rhonda Gardner uses a word association strategy to draw students into days-long discussions of novels and plays such as Hamlet and King Lear.


Newspapers in Education -- High School Reading
Tom Janz provides reading activities for high school students based on reading current stories about events in their own communities and the rest of the world.


Four Reading Strategies for High School Students
A knowledge chart and story map are among the strategies Chugiak High School teacher Kathie Steele uses in teaching how to read effectively.


Four Vocabulary Strategies for High School Students
Kathie Steele use pictures and flashcard techniques to help students enlarge their vocabularies.



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