Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Petardas Mexicanas Follando

bibliographical references to start

At the request of several of you (I want to thank of speaking out :-)!), here is a choice of several references that can help beginners ... and even more!

I actually chose to highlight general books, but also books in several disciplines. Indeed, it was nice to be versatile, we do not know everything! :-) Clicking on the links in pink, you will be redirected to a site where you can find other books by the same author, or on the same theme.

Réussir sa classe

This book was one of the first for me.

Small dedication to Laurence, if it goes through here :-)!

Here is a complete book and very informative: it compiles texts by great teachers around key themes. Real inspiration!

Lire à l'école

This book, quite short and very fast read, is a bible for all teachers, particularly at level 2. Goigoux Cèbe and give them real key to understanding the challenges of learning to read, and very specific educational tracks.

In the same collection, it addresses teaching and learning of mathematics always with great simplicity. It will help you better understand where the difficulties come from the students.

Débuter en PS

An example of books in the collection RETZ: it will give you the keys to teach in small sections, but also tools and sequences to teach. It exists for all grade levels. I urge all books in this collection, always very well done!

This book, a bit more specialized , discusses the teaching and learning of spelling as a whole: how to understand students' mistakes? How to fix it ? Daniele Cogis answers these questions through concrete examples from classroom practices.


Also for those who want to learn and train in a particular area, this work on understanding , to better understand this complex area. It really helped to implement the sequences present on this blog!

Here we find a book from the collection RETZ : it is a mine of ideas ! It has a progression and full sessions in grammar and conjugation. Usable from the PC and to CM2, these sessions are biased in their handling and student thinking. Tested and approved ... :-)!


Here's what will be my tool for geography, but also for history. Sequences well constructed and easy to implement: for those who wish to leave a bit of traditional textbooks and do not want to spend too much time alone in building sequences of history and geography.


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