New science literacy: using language skills to help students learn science

This work defines "literacy in science" as encompassing speaking, listening, and media analysis. In chapters devoted to each of these literacy skills, the authors detail specific metacognitive techniques that teachers can use to coach students to become independent learners.

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Author(s)Marlene Thier, Bennett Daviss
Age11-14, 14-16
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Shelf referenceA 507.1 THI
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