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T. R. Girill (not verified)

Anyone working with students

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Anyone working with students whose nonfiction writing skills are far below grade level might be interested in a literacy-development project jointly sponsored by the East Bay Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication and the Computation Directorate at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. The idea is to adapt "technical writing" techniques from the work world into authentic skill-building activities for the classroom. One revealing overview from the perspective of ESL students is: How Document Design Helps English Learners Master Science Another perspective, which builds on the popularity of "crime scene investigation" among students, is: Forensic Science Meets Technical Writing in Your Classroom
Mark Kling (not verified)

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I enjoyed your article about helping students understand finances. I, as a parent wanted to teach my son a bit about finances. Finding mostly "bookwork" type lessons available, I created my own "life simulation" for him. As it was being created, parents and teachers found out about it and asked if it could be made for school use. I recreated it for use over the web. I invite you to look at www.financialsuccess.orbquest.com . It is intended to allow a student to make choices and see how it effects their finances. It became hard to discribe but interesting for youth to go through. Since my son is a Boy Scout, I was able to have his troop use it as a test case, and found that they became educated about their finances and what mom and dad are going through to pay for all they do. I welcome any comments you might have on the site or its content. Mark Kling
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