Visual Literacy in Life Science: Insect Metamorphosisby: Jo Anne Vasquez, Michael W. Comer, and Frankie Troutman

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The authors invite you to come with them on a learning journey. Chapters 6, 7, and 8 are designed to help you practice your visual literacy teaching strategies. Even though each of these chapters follows the same format, each one addresses a different content area: life science (insect metamorphosis), Earth science (phases of the Moon), and physical science (force and motion). They hope you find these activities helpful and that you will use them not only in your classroom but in your professional learning groups as well (see sidebar on p. 65). This free selection includes the Table of Contents, Introduction, and Index.

Grades
  • Elementary
  • Middle
Publication Date
10/1/2010

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  • on Tue Apr 12, 2011 6:46 PM

Our science textbooks, computer information and test are filled with pictures and diagrams Teaching students strategies to read these visuals is critical in science. This book is filled with strategies and examples. For example, there is a step-by-step process for analyzing a complex diagram of a food web.

Angelika Fairweather  (Bradenton, FL)
Angelika Fairweather (Bradenton, FL)

  • on Tue Dec 11, 2012 12:10 AM

This book is a good resource to help teach students about metamorphosis of insects, as they change from one form to the next. Students will learn to question and exercise confidence in their ability to reason.

Dietra
Dietra


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