3 edition of Books for home reading for high school and junior high school found in the catalog.
Books for home reading for high school and junior high school
National Council of Teachers of English. Committee on recreational reading.
by The national Council of Teachers of English in Chicago
|Statement||prepared for the National Council of Teachers of English by its Committee on Home Reading, Herbert Bates, chairman.|
|Contributions||Bates, Herbert, 1868-1929.|
|LC Classifications||Z1037 .N33 1923|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||23016918|
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Committee on recreational reading.]. This is the junior novelization to the movie High School Musical 2. Just so you know, a novelization is the book version to a film being put out or that has been put out.
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Also keep in mind that many of these books can be found for free online as audio books or e-books.The reading selections taken from a wide range of fields, writing outputs, and other activities are relevant to their experiences as young, 21st century Filipino learners.
It encourages them to explore different context and strategies for reading and writing, especially maximizing their proficiency with technology by integrating different media.