Raborn, Diane Torres
July 1999
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p32
Academic Journal
Discusses a science activity for secondary special education teachers which provides opportunities for the development of instructional similarity between the nature of science and students' language and cultural understanding. Key points to consider in promoting science literacy with students from non-English-language backgrounds; Guiding principles and teaching standards of science education. INSETS: Chris's story,' by Chris Baca.;Oobleck recipe..


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