Reading/Language Arts: Multiple Intelligence Book Reports

Ludmer, Robin; White, Carolyn
February 2004
School Library Media Activities Monthly;Feb2004, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p12
Presents curriculum ideas from school media specialists for teaching fourth-sixth grade students about multiple intelligence book reports. Significance of book reports to media specialists and teachers; Student intelligences that teachers may capitalize on; Requirement of multiple intelligence/nontraditional book reports.


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