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Florida Reading Journal - 49(1) - Winter 2013 By FRA
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The Journal of the Florida Reading Association - Winter 2013 Articles: Promoting Close Reading of Text Through Predictions Vassiliki Zygouris-Coe Culturally Responsive Literacy Pedagogy: Using... More > Children’s Literature to Facilitate Discussion about Religious Diversity AnnMarie Alberton Gunn, Susan V. Bennett & Mary Lou Morton Effective Spelling Instruction: Moving Beyond “Is it Right or is it Wrong?” Kim Sinclair & Joan A. Williams Teaching with Postmodern Picturebooks Marti Brueggeman Call for Manuscripts 5 Just Read, Florida!: Middle Grades Exemplary Teacher Dick Allington Technology: Reading with the Streaming: Streaming Read-alouds using Video and Audio Delivered Books Terence Cavanaugh Book Reviews: Literature: Notable Books for Children and Young Adults Thomas Crisp< Less
Florida Reading Journal V48, N3, 2012 Summer By FRA
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Journal of the Florida Reading Association. Summer 2012
Florida Reading Journal V48, N2, 2012 Spring By FRA
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Journal of the Florida Reading Association. In this issue: Strategies for valuing non-English speaking parents; New resources to improve reading instruction; Literacy strategies for students with... More > high functioning autism and other developmental disabilities; Including diverse literature in classrooms and curricula, and A new type of word study n-grams.< Less
Florida Reading Journal V48, N1 2012 By FRA
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Winter 2012 edition of the Florida Reading Journal. Topics include: Encouraging Dialogic Instruction through Reader Response Theory; Fresh Look at Science Information Trade Books: Scope and Selection... More > for the Primary Grade & Literacy Curriculum; Christmas in June: The Benefits of Background Knowledge as Evidenced though Writing; and Movies, Reading, and Reading Movies< Less
Florida Reading Journal 49(2) - Spring 2013 By FRA
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Florida Reading Association's journal - the Florida Reading Journal. Articles: Online Reading Response Using Edmodo™ by Stacy Delacruz Engaging Preservice Teachers As Writers In Language Arts... More > Education Courses by Danling Fu & Marylou M. Matoush Bringing Latino Images And Voices To The Mainstream Classroom by Sandra Rodriguez-Arroyo and Kathy Everts Danielson< Less
Florida Reading Journal 49(3) - Summer/Fall 2013 By FRA
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The 2013 Spring edition of the FLORIDA READING JOURNAL. Some of the articles in this edition include: Planning a Research-Based Read Aloud: A Teacher’s Toolbox of Best Practices, An Exploratory... More > Analysis of Preservice Teachers’ Beliefs, Attitudes, and Knowledge Regarding Teaching Writing, and How to Support Literacy Coaches: Top Five Tips< Less
Cutting Edge 2011 - RTI Response to Intervention By FRA
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This year's theme is RtI: Response to Intervention. In this edition is a forward on the topic by Dr. Joyce Warner, and over 20 summaries concerning RTI and Reading.
Fra Tårnspiret By Ole Kristian Nalum
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Min første diktsamling, skrevet mellom 1992-1996.
Florida Reading Journal - Winter 2009 By FRA - Florida Reading Association
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Fra Angelico: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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Fra Angelico was Florentine painter and Dominican friar originally named Guido di Pietro. Vasari, who referred to Fra Giovanni as a simple and most holy man, popularized the use of the name Angelico... More > for him, but he says it is the name by which he was always known, and it was certainly used as early as 1469. Angelico combined the influence of the elegantly decorative International Gothic style of Gentile da Fabriano with the more realistic style of Renaissance masters as Masaccio, Donatello and Ghiberti, all of whom worked in Florence. Angelico was also aware of the theories of perspective proposed by Leon Battista Alberti. Angelico's representation of devout facial expressions and his use of color to heighten emotion are particularly effective. His skill in creating monumental figures, representing motion, and suggesting deep space through the use of linear perspective, especially in the Roman frescoes, mark him as one of the foremost painters of the Renaissance.< Less