eBook Using the Newspaper to Teach Basic Living Skills download
by Jean Bunnell
Author: Jean Bunnell
Publisher: J Weston Walch; Updated edition (June 1, 1998)
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Nothing teaches like the daily paper. Living on Your Own: An Independent Living Simulation/Grades 8-12.
book by Jean Bunnell. Nothing teaches like the daily paper. These 54 hands-on activities, structured around topics such as money management, food and nutrition, and health and safety, have students use particular sections of local newspapers to locate and apply information. The Good and Easy Cookbook: Breakfasts, Bag Lunches, Dinners, and Snacks.
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The newspaper: Your key to better living. Using the newspaper in adult education classes," 1985.
The activity sheets allow students to use the different newspaper sections to locate, categorize, and sequence details, and to distinguish fact from opinion. The activity sheet also helps the students to locate main ideas, to form sentences, to find facts, to practice critical thinking skills, to solve math problems, to write creatively, and to comprehend better. The newspaper: Your key to better living.
We use this for our students who have already gotten a GED to help them with real-life skills
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Skill: Student uses a variety of reading materials to develop personal preferences in reading materials and . Newspapers Maintain the Brain. A Teacher's Guide for Using the Newspaper to Enhance Basic Skills, 5-11.
Skill: Student uses a variety of reading materials to develop personal preferences in reading materials and locates and organizes written information. Tell students that they are in charge of planning a cover for an important monthly magazine. They can look through today's paper for the five articles that they think would be best for their magazine. They will design the cover, including titles that will make people want to read the articles and pictures that will catch their attention. Vienna, VA: Newspaper Association of America Foundation.