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Dr. Jennifer Battle , Southwest Texas State UniversityIn her two years on the board , Jenny has served on the Corporations Team and the Program Team.Last spring , Jenny was instrumental in the development and delivery of the pilot Book Club program at Ortega Elementary.She will serve as team leader for the Program Team.
Caverly & Team (6-16)
Jennifer Battle received her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Texas at Austin in Language and Literacy Studies in 1994. her M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Teaching from the University of Wyoming in 1980, and her B.A. from Southern Methodist University in English and Spanish in 1968.
She presently serves as an Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at Texas State University-San Marcos, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in literacy for culturally and linguistically diverse children, and in teaching writing.
Publications appear in The New Advocate, Journal of College Reading, and Learning, The State of Reading, and Language Arts Journal.
Her research interests are focused on English Language Learners, multicultural childrenÕs literature, response to literature in face-to face discussion and via electronic forums, and recruitment and retention of bilingual teachers.
She serves as Director of the Tom‡s Rivera Mexican American ChildrenÕs Book Award sponsored by the College of Education at Texas State University-San Marcos.
El misterio ...
El misterio del arco iris. illus. by Barry Gott. (Science Solves It! en Español Series).
Sam y sus cuadrados de zapatos. illus. by Ron Fritz. (Math Matters en Español Series).
Locura por las mariposas. illus. by Jerry Smath. (Science Solves It! en Español Series).
In addition, the authors address children's possible feelings, fears, and confusion about the condition and suggest activities to engage them in memory games.-Jennifer Battle, Texas State University, San Marcos
Symptoms that may indicate that a child has ADHD are listed in the "Guide for Parents," along with advice on how adults can help children cope with this condition.-Jennifer Battle, Texas State University, San Marcos
National Forum Journals
Jennifer Battle - Texas State University - San Marcos, TX
This book belongs on the shelves ...
This book belongs on the shelves of most libraries because of its above-average text and art.-Jennifer Battle, Texas State University, San Marcos