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of strategy, 10; and learning centers, 127; and learning diversification, 9; lessons from the classroom, 15–27; literature lesson, 15–17; research support for, 10–11; structuring, ele- ments necessary for, 12–13; teacher’s role, 12; world history lesson, 22–28

L Lack of relevance, 3 Language arts/history lesson (contextualization): commentary, 60–61; examples of student quick-writes, 59; learning objectives, 58; lesson plan for literary analysis, 60; lesson plan for role play, 58–59; standards: literary response and analysis for grades 6 to 9, 58; Tragedies of War: The Japanese Internment (lesson), 58 Language development, 31–52; earth sciences les- son, 36–40; enacting the principle of, 31; focus questions, 32; lessons from the classroom, 33–51; mathematics lesson, 33–36; scaffolding, defined, 32; scaffolding instruction, 32; Sheltered English lesson, 40–44; social sciences lesson, 44–51 Language goals, and instructional conversation, 100 Learning centers, 10, 127–132; assessment, 131–132; center activities, 127–128; classroom groupings, 129; defined, 127; group manage- ment and discipline, 129–130; learning center and lecture schedule, 130; organizing, 128–129; rights and responsibilities (table), 130; schedul- ing activities, 130–132; self-contained, 128–129 Literature lesson (complex thinking), 77–84; commentar , 79, 83–84; essential standards, 83; learning objectives, 83; lesson plan, 79, 83; Maya Angelou editorial writing assignment rubric, 82; Maya Angelou literary analysis rubric, 80; reflection questions, 77; Student Assignment for I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (handout), 81; I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (lesson), 79; I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (revised lesson), 83

Literature lesson (joint productive activity), 15–17; commentar , 16–17; conduct of lesson, 16; learning objectives, 15; lesson plan, 16; standards for literary response and analysis, 15; Time, Sequence, and Setting in Literature (lesson), 15–17

M Making meaning, See Contextualizing instruction Material orld: A Global Family Portrait (Menzel), 65 Math Forum Web site, 89 Mathematics lesson (complex thinking), 87–89; commentary, 88–89; essential mathematics standards, 88; lesson plan, 88; Trigonometry (lesson), 86–89 Mathematics lesson (language development), 33–36; learning objectives, 34; lesson assessment, 34–35; lesson conduct, 34–35; lesson plan, 34; mathematics standard, 34; revised lesson, 35–36; rubric for tent construction activit , 35 Mind map, 37

N Nation at Risk report, 4 National Science Education Standards, 106 National Science Standards, 55 No Child Left Behind Act, 4

O Office of Vocational and Adult Education, U.S.

Department of Education, 10 Open-ended questions, 91, 94

P Pair share, 9–10, 22; defined, 9; involving stu-

dents in, 89 Paradigm of public education, 2–3 Participation structure cards, 103–104 Plate Tectonics Language Activity (language devel-

opment lesson), 36–40; commentary, 40; con- duct of lesson, 40; learning objectives, 37;

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