The book evaluates service-learning within the context of a liberal arts education from a variety of disciplines. Contributors have written chapters that have practical appeal to other teachers and students interested in developing their own service-learning courses and connecting those courses to broader issues of citizenship and democracy.The strategy is not difficult to understand, repetition of a book breeds confidence ( aWow, you struggled with the words a#39;neighborhooda#39; and a#39;tricyclea#39; last session, and you just ... exposure to a new story provides an opportunity to acquire vocabulary (asound it out; what sound does a ph make? ... Finally, they are taught that how you read with a child is equally important to what you read with the child.
|Title||:||Service-Learning and the Liberal Arts|
|Author||:||Craig A. Rimmerman|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2011|