Christina Boufis Teaching Literature At The County Jail Essays and Term Papers

  • County Jail

    Prisoners in County Jails February 2010 State Prisoners in County Jails A Publication of the Research Division of NACo’s County Services Department Written by Brian Albert Research Intern February 2010 National Association of Counties 1 About the National Association of Counties The National...

      6830 Words | 22 Pages   Three-strikes law, Truth in sentencing, Indefinite imprisonment, United States Federal Sentencing Guidelines

  • Sumner County Jail Reflection

    Sumner County Jail: Reflection Paper I learned that jail, as it is boring is actually very helpful to the inmates. They are more focused on helping them get rehabilitated and out of jail as quickly as they can, without a recidivism rate going up. They can have jobs, but only women can work in the kitchens...

      764 Words | 2 Pages  

  • The Colorful History of the Ingham County Jail

    INGHAM COUNTY JAIL Connie Lee – CJUS 101 – G. Marutiak Before the Ingham County Jail was built, the prisoners detained by the Ingham County Sheriff had to be taken via horse and buggy to Jackson – punishment by itself I would imagine, and it was a full day's trip. In 1840 the “Village of Mason Center”...

      650 Words | 2 Pages   Prison

  • Cook County Jail Reflection Paper

    Soc 310 Cook County Jail Reflection Paper Autumn 2009 Our visit to Cook County Jail was very stimulating to say the least. The community that the jail system is located in is primarily filled with Mexican Americans and seems to be very poor. I think that the jail is located there with no consideration...

      666 Words | 2 Pages   Prison, Bail

  • My Cook County Jail Experience

    people said that the county jail was a horrible and bad place to be. I can agree and relate to the saying. My experience with the county jail was not so pleasant. I did not have many difficulties with other inmates, but I can say I had a couple of disagreements with some. The county jail is not a place for...

      559 Words | 2 Pages  

  • The Importance of Teaching Literature to Children

    "Literature adds to reality, it does not simply describe it. It enriches the necessary competencies that daily life requires and provides; and in this respect, it irrigates the deserts that our lives have already become." - C.S Lewis, a British scholar and novelist. This wise saying is perhaps the...

      482 Words | 2 Pages   Reading comprehension, Fluency, Reading (process)

  • Role-Play in Teaching Literature

    This thesis studies Role-play as an approach in enhancing advanced learners’ comprehension of English and American short stories. Primarily set in Literature classes of Foreign Language Faculty of UTE the research employs both experiential and experimental methods. The first chapter of the thesis presents...

      798 Words | 3 Pages   Reading comprehension, English as a second or foreign language

  • My Philosophy on Teaching Literature

    My Philosophy in Teaching Literature I believe all children can learn to read in a classroom that is integrated with differentiated instruction and has a safe and engaging learning environment which is rich with a variety of literature to light that spark in the children to want to learn. I will make...

      1164 Words | 3 Pages   Differentiated instruction, Education, Reading (process), Literature circle

  • A COMPILATION OF LITERATURE TEACHING STRATEGIES

    A COMPILATION OF LITERATURE TEACHING STRATEGIES A. Pre-Reading Strategies Strategy Overview (What is the strategy about?) Benefits (Why use this strategy?) Procedure/s (When, Where, How to use?) Opinionnaire (Macalnas, Saidamen) Consists of a series of statements (controversial) that students think...

      3461 Words | 9 Pages   Reading comprehension, Cooperative learning, Concept map, Memory

  • Current Issues in Teaching Literature

    The article that I have chosen is entitled ‘Teaching Literature through Language: Some Consideration’ by Abraham Panavelil Abraham (Ph D) who is an English Professor at University of Nizwa, Oman. This research article mainly discusses on why teaching literature in language classroom is important, how to...

      1888 Words | 5 Pages   Reading comprehension, English as a second or foreign language, Reading (process), Vocabulary

  • Teaching Literature in the English Classroom

    (811934) SGDR 1012 – Reflection of Teaching Literature in the English Classroom Write a paragraph of your concerns, anxiety, experience and expectations of literature and the teaching of literature. What do you think the teaching of literature is about? Literature in my personal experience was always...

      433 Words | 2 Pages   Critical thinking, Teacher

  • The Teaching of Literatures in English VII

    Issue? How is knowledge in literature transmitted? What are the didactic parameters that determine the particularity of its transmission? Which kind of policy dictates that transmission? What are the characteristics of the Algerian University Context? Literature lectures: three antagonistic alternatives...

      755 Words | 17 Pages  

  • Teaching Literature- Flannery O'connor

    "The Teaching Of Literature" Analysis 1. Key Terms: - Fiction: a piece of writing that is not factual, contains mystery and deals with human nature. It embodies mystery through manners. - Poverty: This does not necessarily have to do with lack of money. The author describes it as the experience of limitation...

      526 Words | 2 Pages   Writer, Novelist

  • Teaching literature as a mechanism for learning German

    The potential of literary texts in teaching and learning of German as a foreign language is a significant issue as a student and a teacher. Teaching literature, especially a foreign one, is a complex enterprise. As in any learning situation, numerous variables exist: 1) the teacher's knowledge; 2) students...

      1281 Words | 4 Pages   Language education, Reading comprehension, Fluency, Genre

  • approach to teaching literature in the EFL room

    Integrated Approach to Teaching Literature in the EFL Classroom This article considers the reasons why teachers often regard literature as inappropriate to the language classroom. These views reflect the historic separation between the study of language and the study of literature, which has led to the...

      2128 Words | 4 Pages   English as a second or foreign language, Language education, Linguistics, Stylistics (field of study)

  • Professional Standards for Teaching: a Review or Literature

    Professional Standards for Teaching: A Review or Literature Mirza Arshad Baig (Research Scholar) Hamdard Institute of Education & Social Sciences, Hamdard University Karachi ABSTRACT Abstract:- The aim of this article is to review the related literature about the Professional Standards for teachers...

      3560 Words | 10 Pages   General Teaching Council for England, Continuing professional development, Teacher education, Professional certification

  • Teaching African Literature to Cultivate Empathy

    Teaching African Literature To Cultivate Empathy The tenth principle of the Convention of Rights of the Child, adopted by the 1989 United Nations General Assembly is as follows: “You should be taught peace, understanding, tolerance, and friendship among all people” (Freeman, 43). Today, the world...

      3094 Words | 8 Pages   Things Fall Apart, Narrative, Mind, Chinua Achebe

  • Literature Review - Teaching with Poverty in Mind

    Final Paper Literature Review Jensen, Eric (2009) Teaching with Poverty in Mind As an educator, I have become fascinated with the area of brain research and how it affects our students. Therefore, my final paper, once again, is based on a book that focuses in this area, while deeply exploring the poverty...

      1452 Words | 3 Pages   Socioeconomic status, Health, Psychology

  • Teaching American Values Through Literature

    Teaching American Values through Literature    Abdimitalip Tashmatov  Acting as Dotsent at the Linguistics Department  Institute of Linguistics    The issue of teaching English literature for non­natives is very important and one of the  effective approaches in teaching the language for the Teachers of English as a Foreign ...

      2346 Words | 6 Pages  

  • clarence Darrow, "Crime and Criminals, Address to the Prisoners in the Cook county jail summary

    Assignment Clarence Darrow, “Crime and Criminals, Address to the Prisoners in the Cook County Jail” In the captivating story “Crime and Criminals, Address to the Prisoners in the Cook County Jail” the author, Clarence Darrow, explains his opinions on the United States Penal system...

      494 Words | 3 Pages  

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