Light Reading Material…

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Below is the small list the good people at TExES exam give for preparation purposes. I just ordered the teachers edition of One of Many, the US Hist text from Amazon for a whopping $5.47! Chris and I were sitting here wondering if any smart high schoolers scour the earth for the teachers editions of their texts. I mean, come on, wouldn’t you? While I wait for my textbook to arrive, I am reading a 10th grade world history book(found at half price books for $9.97.) Not the most fascinating thing I’ve ever laid my eyes on but it is helping give me some recollection of what I think I learned in high school.

Alvermann, D. E., Moon, J., and Hagood, M. (Eds.) (1999).  Popular Culture in the Classroom:
Teaching and Researching Critical Media Literacy.  Newark, DE:  International Reading
Association.
Baerwald, T. J., and Fraser, C. (2002).  World Geography:  Building a Global Perspective.  Upper Saddle
River, NJ:  Prentice Hall.
Bahmueller, C. F. (1991).  Civitas:  A Framework for Civic Education (Bulletin No. 86).  Calabasas, CA:
Center for Civic Education.
Banks, J. A. (1998).  Teaching Strategies for the Social Studies (5th ed.).  Reading, MA:  Addison-
Wesley Publishing Company.
Bergman, E. F., and Renwick, W. H. (2002).  Introduction to Geography:  People, Places, and
Environment (2d ed.).  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall.
Boyes, W., and Melvin, M. (1999).  Economics (4th ed.).  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin Company.
Calvert, R. A., and DeLeón, A. (1995).  The History of Texas (2d ed.).  Arlington Heights, IL:  Harlan
Davidson, Inc.
Davidson, J. P., Reed, W. E., and Davis, P. M. (1997).  Exploring Earth:  An Introduction to Physical
Geography.  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall.
Expectations of Excellence:  Curriculum Standards for Social Studies (Bulletin No. 89) (1994).
Washington, D.C.:  National Council for the Social Studies.
Faragher, John M., Buhle, M. J., Czitrom, D., and Armitage, S. H. (2000).  Out of Many:  A History of the
American People (3d ed.).  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall.

Alvermann, D. E., Moon, J., and Hagood, M. (Eds.) (1999).  Popular Culture in the Classroom:
Teaching and Researching Critical Media Literacy.  Newark, DE:  International Reading
Association.
Baerwald, T. J., and Fraser, C. (2002).  World Geography:  Building a Global Perspective.  Upper Saddle
River, NJ:  Prentice Hall.
Bahmueller, C. F. (1991).  Civitas:  A Framework for Civic Education (Bulletin No. 86).  Calabasas, CA:
Center for Civic Education.
Banks, J. A. (1998).  Teaching Strategies for the Social Studies (5th ed.).  Reading, MA:  Addison-
Wesley Publishing Company.
Bergman, E. F., and Renwick, W. H. (2002).  Introduction to Geography:  People, Places, and
Environment (2d ed.).  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall.
Boyes, W., and Melvin, M. (1999).  Economics (4th ed.).  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin Company.
Calvert, R. A., and DeLeón, A. (1995).  The History of Texas (2d ed.).  Arlington Heights, IL:  Harlan
Davidson, Inc.
Davidson, J. P., Reed, W. E., and Davis, P. M. (1997).  Exploring Earth:  An Introduction to Physical
Geography.  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall.
Expectations of Excellence:  Curriculum Standards for Social Studies (Bulletin No. 89) (1994).
Washington, D.C.:  National Council for the Social Studies.
Faragher, John M., Buhle, M. J., Czitrom, D., and Armitage, S. H. (2000).  Out of Many:  A History of the
American People (3d ed.).  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall.

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