A Language Arts Program With a Student-Centered Approach
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The classroom should have hundreds and hundreds of books and general reading materials. A good portion of the books may be ordered using school funds; the remainder must be provided by the teacher, students,and friends of the class. The books should fall into the following categories: survival, American history, history and historical fiction, parents and young people, values, Black studies, death and how to handle it, people in conflict, women’s studies, movies, sports, teens in trouble, crime, mythology, short story collections and anthologies, poetry and drama, media, adventure, teenage fiction, romance and family relationships, biography, jokes and cartoons, science and mathematics, self-help and “how to,” world literature, plays, the classics.