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Aiding scholars as they enhance from starting to intermediate literacy degrees poses a distinct problem for lecturers. In development Bridges From Early to Intermediate Literacy, Grades 2-4, Sarah F. Mahurt, Ruth E. Metcalfe, and Margaret A. Gwyther express how lecturers can meet the educational wishes of scholars in transition from one point to the following. The authors supply functional suggestions and classroom-tested recommendations, and display how considerate guide may also help each one pupil achieve new degrees of competency in analyzing and writing.

This worthy source exhibits academics the way to learn and refine their educational practices to extra successfully meet the wishes of all of the scholars of their school rooms, whether or not they are suffering readers or complex inexperienced persons. Educators will locate: really good evaluation instruments and tutorial suggestions for note examine, examining, and writing, specific examples of interpreting and writing guide, tools for integrating language arts with technological know-how and social reports, Charts to trace students' growth, A teacher's mirrored image part on the finish of every bankruptcy. Written through skilled literacy educators, this obtainable textual content is helping make sure that all scholars expectantly pass the bridge from the first to the intermediate grades.

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These “new options” however, are overstated in many of these books underscoring a utopian style of writing common to these texts. The young adult texts also follow the historical patterns of the popular literature of the women’s movement. The first phase of feminist fiction, developed around the late 1960s and early 1970s, is characterized by its presentation of events that epitomize what feminism is fighting against: prohibitive notions of sex, unplanned pregnancy, lim- Amy Bowles-Reyer 23  ited access to abortion, and premature marriage.

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ChristianSmith also argues that with the omnipresence of these kinds of hostile attitudes by parents, teachers, and male suitors, Guy highlights the abnormality of the relationship between Ruby and Daphne. She also supports this argument by pointing to the fact that Daphne decides to go straight at the end. She concludes that Guy represents this adolescent lesbian relationship as a temporary developmental phase. ” According to Romalov, Guy demonstrates a full grasp of the complexity and convergence of the themes of adolescence, lesbianism, and womanhood.

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