The Monday Morning Guide to Comprehension by Lee Gunderson
  

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The Monday Morning Guide to Comprehension by Lee Gunderson

You suspect that the students in your class aren't learning much from the workbook-style exercises that form an important part of your program. But if you cast them aside, what will you do Monday morning? In The Monday Morning Guide to Comprehension, Lee Gunderson answers this question -- and many more. Lee believes that comprehension and comprehension instruction are the cornerstones of success in learning, and he is convinced that instruction should be interactive and exciting for both students and teachers. The Monday Morning Guide to Comprehension provides strategies designed to encourage students to become active and excited independent learners who interact with, rather than react to, the information they read.

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Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Lee Gunderson
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Publisher

Pippin Publishing Corporation

Publication date

1st January 1995

ISBN

9780887510526


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