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What Do I Do Monday? by
Holt. This is Holt's classic answer to teachers who asked, "How can I put all
your ideas into practice myself, with my kids?" The book contains hundreds of
things to do or try - "measuring speed," "measuring strength," "fractions,"
"recording talk," "writing for ourselves," "writing for others," and much more.
It is also a hard-hitting look at what's wrong with marking and grading, at what can
help troubled children, and at the difference between "teacher as cop" and
"teacher as guide." Holt wrote that of all his books, he felt that this was the
one homeschoolers would find most practical.
Paper, 300 pages. 1995 edition.