Time to listen : an annotated bibliography of environmental readings, featuring Oregon writers, for middle school and high school students

The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to guide middle school and high school students into critical thinking about environmental issues. Through keen observation of their bioregion and through an integration of interdisciplinary literature which focuses on Oregon writers, students will be ch...

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Main Author: Crateau, Carole Ann
Other Authors: Glenn, Cheryl
Language:en_US
Published: 2012
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Online Access:http://hdl.handle.net/1957/35281
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spelling ndltd-ORGSU-oai-ir.library.oregonstate.edu-1957-352812012-11-28T03:12:50ZTime to listen : an annotated bibliography of environmental readings, featuring Oregon writers, for middle school and high school studentsCrateau, Carole AnnHuman ecology -- Oregon -- BibliographyEnvironmental ethics -- Oregon -- BibliographyEnvironmental protection -- Oregon -- BibliographyConservation of natural resources -- Oregon -- BibliographyEnvironmental literature -- Oregon -- BibliographyThe purpose of this annotated bibliography is to guide middle school and high school students into critical thinking about environmental issues. Through keen observation of their bioregion and through an integration of interdisciplinary literature which focuses on Oregon writers, students will be challenged to think, write, and discuss current issues effecting local natural resources. The bibliography was designed to incorporate integrated learning, collaborative activities, and handson investigation. The students' community becomes a learning laboratory, a place in which to identify, a place to value, and a place to contribute through active participation in restoration of resources and through other positive activities. Learning to respect diverse and complex viewpoints on environmental issues will help develop good evaluative skills. As responsible, participating members of their community, students can be encouraged to lead the way, providing good role models both to families and to younger students. The diverse literary collection will provide access to a broad range of voices about the land and Oregon, in particular. These become invitations for students to write about their place, their home. Writing empowers students to make connections between experience, thought, and word. Students writing, thinking, and reseeing their community as a place to value and protect is the goal of Time to Listen.Graduation date: 1995Glenn, Cheryl2012-11-27T18:52:44Z2012-11-27T18:52:44Z1994-06-081994-06-08Thesis/Dissertationhttp://hdl.handle.net/1957/35281en_US
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topic Human ecology -- Oregon -- Bibliography
Environmental ethics -- Oregon -- Bibliography
Environmental protection -- Oregon -- Bibliography
Conservation of natural resources -- Oregon -- Bibliography
Environmental literature -- Oregon -- Bibliography
spellingShingle Human ecology -- Oregon -- Bibliography
Environmental ethics -- Oregon -- Bibliography
Environmental protection -- Oregon -- Bibliography
Conservation of natural resources -- Oregon -- Bibliography
Environmental literature -- Oregon -- Bibliography
Crateau, Carole Ann
Time to listen : an annotated bibliography of environmental readings, featuring Oregon writers, for middle school and high school students
description The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to guide middle school and high school students into critical thinking about environmental issues. Through keen observation of their bioregion and through an integration of interdisciplinary literature which focuses on Oregon writers, students will be challenged to think, write, and discuss current issues effecting local natural resources. The bibliography was designed to incorporate integrated learning, collaborative activities, and handson investigation. The students' community becomes a learning laboratory, a place in which to identify, a place to value, and a place to contribute through active participation in restoration of resources and through other positive activities. Learning to respect diverse and complex viewpoints on environmental issues will help develop good evaluative skills. As responsible, participating members of their community, students can be encouraged to lead the way, providing good role models both to families and to younger students. The diverse literary collection will provide access to a broad range of voices about the land and Oregon, in particular. These become invitations for students to write about their place, their home. Writing empowers students to make connections between experience, thought, and word. Students writing, thinking, and reseeing their community as a place to value and protect is the goal of Time to Listen. === Graduation date: 1995
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title Time to listen : an annotated bibliography of environmental readings, featuring Oregon writers, for middle school and high school students
title_short Time to listen : an annotated bibliography of environmental readings, featuring Oregon writers, for middle school and high school students
title_full Time to listen : an annotated bibliography of environmental readings, featuring Oregon writers, for middle school and high school students
title_fullStr Time to listen : an annotated bibliography of environmental readings, featuring Oregon writers, for middle school and high school students
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