Textbook Evaluations and Justification

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TEXTBOOK EVALUATIONS AND JUSTIFICATION 1 Running head: TEXTBOOK EVALUATIONS AND JUSTIFICATION Textbook Evaluations and Justification Patrick Busbee University of Phoenix Charity Jennings MTE 562
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TEXTBOOK EVALUATIONS AND JUSTIFICATION 2 Textbook Evaluations and Justification Introduction Teachers have the responsibility to execute lesson plans that meet the standards and guidelines set forth by the state in which they teach. Curriculum design and instruction is best supported effective textbooks that appropriately address the ideals of the educational aspects within the curriculum. This paper will discuss the evaluation of two textbooks that both aid in the instruction of reading and language arts. Evaluation and Effectiveness Two textbooks were analyzed in the evaluation process one book was entitled “Open Court Reading” (2000) and the other book was entitled “Imagine It” (2008). Both of these books had a number of similarities and differences. Of the two books that were evaluated the textbook
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course MTE 520 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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