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Adam, Anthony J.; Gaither, Gerald H. – New Directions for Institutional Research, 2005
This chapter concludes the volume with resources and Web sites for the interested reader and researcher.
Descriptors: Resource Materials, Web Sites, Academic Persistence, School Holding Power
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Johannessen, Larry R. – Social Studies, 2003
The nonfiction literature of the Vietnam War is accessible and engaging to students, and it deals with issues that speaks to students in powerful ways. In addition, the literature can help students better understand their parents and grandparents and the effect on them of the Vietnam War. A number of teachers who have taught the nonfiction…
Descriptors: Student Reaction, Reader Response, Nonfiction, Asian History
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Carey-Webb, Allen – English Journal, 1995
Suggests that by reading relevant literature, examining films, essays, and music lyrics, and listening closely to students themselves, both teachers and students can come to better understand violence. Reviews specific works of literature and subject areas covered in a lower-level college literature course and a high school English class. Includes…
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Autobiographies, Biographies, Black Literature