Myths In Education
. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, Inc., 1979.
This book deals with the understanding of youths, revising and improving instructional needs of a changing world. This is an interesting book and different book!
Writing With Power
. New York: Oxford University Press, 1981.
This book shows how to write clearly and correctly by getting power over yourself and over the writing process; knowing what you are doing as you write.
Gersten, Leon and Arthur Traiger.
Solutions to Your Writing Problems
. Barron’s Educational Series, Inc., 1980.
This presents the various kinds of writing, the stages of writing, and special skills for developing style, structure, and clarity.
Wishes, Lies and Dreams
. New York: Harper and Row, Publishers, 1970.
A book of interesting poetry done by grade school children. It tells about the methods he used to motivate inner-city and of the results which came about.
Shaughnessy Mina P.
Errors and Expectations
. New York: Oxford Press, 1977.
Deals with the process of language learning . . . responds to the critical needs of students handicapped in the skills of written expression, handwriting, punctuation, syntax, etc.
Weinstein, Gerald and Mario Fantini.
Toward Humanistic Education
. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1970.
Unlocks the secret of motivating the child to involve himself in the learning proces whatever his or her age, socio-economic level, or cultural background.
On Writing Well
. New York: Harper Row, Publishers, 1980.
An instructive book that makes the point that there is no subject which can’t be made accessible if the writer care about humanity and likes to write.