One Room Schools Stories from the Days of 1 Room, 1 Teacher, 8 Grades Susan Apps-Bodilly

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Published: December 17th 2013

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One Room Schools Stories from the Days of 1 Room, 1 Teacher, 8 Grades  by  Susan Apps-Bodilly

One Room Schools Stories from the Days of 1 Room, 1 Teacher, 8 Grades by Susan Apps-Bodilly
December 17th 2013 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 202 pages | ISBN: | 8.60 Mb

In One Room Schools, Susan Apps-Bodilly chronicles life in Wisconsins early country schools, detailing the experiences of the students, the role of the teacher, and examples of the curriculum, including the importance of Wisconsin School of the AirMoreIn One Room Schools, Susan Apps-Bodilly chronicles life in Wisconsins early country schools, detailing the experiences of the students, the role of the teacher, and examples of the curriculum, including the importance of Wisconsin School of the Air radio programs.

She describes the duties children had at school besides their schoolwork, from cleaning the erasers and sweeping cobwebs out of the outhouse to carrying in wood for the stove. She also tells what led to the closing of the one room schools, which were more than just centers of learning: they also served as the gathering place for the community.Susan Apps-Bodilly drew from the research compiled by her father Jerry Apps for his book, One-Room Country Schools: History and Recollections.

Apps-Bodilly has geared her book toward young readers who will learn what students and their teacher did on cold mornings before the wood stove warmed them up. In One Room Schools, Susan Apps-Bodilly chronicles life in Wisconsins early country schools, detailing the experiences of the students, the role of the teacher, and examples of the curriculum, including the importance of Wisconsin School of the Air radio programs.

She describes the duties children had at school besides their schoolwork, from cleaning the erasers and sweeping cobwebs out of the outhouse to carrying in wood for the stove. She also tells what led to the closing of the one room schools, which were more than just centers of learning: they also served as the gathering place for the community.Susan Apps-Bodilly drew from the research compiled by her father Jerry Apps for his book, One-Room Country Schools: History and Recollections.

Apps-Bodilly has geared her book toward young readers who will learn what students and their teacher did on cold mornings before the wood stove warmed them up. They also will find out how to play recess games like Fox and Geese and Anti-I-Over and will learn the locations of 10 former one room schools that can be toured. Apps-Bodilly also encourages readers to ask themselves what lessons can be learned from these early schools that have application for todays schools?



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