- Meyer, Rose, and Gordon:
Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice
- Lawrence Goldman, Life of R.H. Tawney: Socialism and History
- Marsha Sramek
The Great Grammar Book
The new second edition (2015) of the best-selling The Great Grammar Book uses current social history, intelligent trivia, and odd news events to make learning grammar fun.
The book opens with a 100-question diagnostic test (with answer key) to help students discover their grammar weaknesses. Over 2,000 intriguing practice sentences--more than any other text--enable students to master even long-standing problems.
Systematic writing exercises help readers write clearer, more concise, and more readable sentences with confidence and style.
For a review copy, e-mail Marsha747@aol.com
- Using Social Media Effectively in the Classroom: Blogs, Wikis, Twitter, and More
- Kathleen Weiler, Democracy and Schooling in California: The Legacy of Helen Heffernan and Corinne Seeds. Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
There seems to have been some confusion at Palgrave about whether my book (above) went sent out to journals for review. They will be happy to send you a copy if you choose to review it.