The fourth "R": A Book to Promote the Journey through Hispanic American Literary History to Develop Language Skills

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Journey through time to develop language skills. As cultures converge in global 21st century classroom, students of multiethnic backgrounds require varied models to succeed. Reading, writing, and arithmetic which served our industrial society may be enhanced by a new fourth “R” or remembrance as educational focus for the age of technology and multiculturalism.
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Maryann Pasda DiEdwardo Ed.D.Artist, Author, Independent ScholarUltimately, voices of students teach language as they create rhythms of ideas based on personal reader response to history. Reading passages of historically focused writers creates voice. I invite you to dwell with me awhile to explore the depths of my studies on the use of history to teach voice. La cuarta "R" Writing has brought me To The realization that learning is based on the keen use of memory that we teach our students. I have written passages that inspire me to continue to write based on my own study of how memory can charged the mind to create writing. "All writers, whether they are youngsters the age of two, or the elderly, have vital voices in their selected language....writing, An art, Is a necessary endeavor, natural For The growth of human intelligence." (DiEdwardo, The Horse Keeper) the Fourth R is the result of five years of intensive personal scholarship as a teacher and a promoter of writing as a tool for learning to think. I have been lecturing on the topic of memory and testimonials found in Hispanic American Literature as a paradigm for writing.

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Publisher
AuthorHouse
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Published on
Oct 9, 2008
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Pages
60
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ISBN
9781452058160
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Language
English
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Genres
Education / General
Foreign Language Study / General
History / General
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