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Somebody else"s kids

by Torey L. Hayden

  • 365 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Putnam in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Resource programs (Education),
  • Children with disabilities -- Education,
  • Problem children -- Education

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTorey L. Hayden.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1028.8 .H39 1981
    The Physical Object
    Pagination333 p. ;
    Number of Pages333
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4109498M
    ISBN 100399126023
    LC Control Number80024398
    OCLC/WorldCa6813069

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    Buy Somebody Else's Kids by Torey Hayden online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 5 editions - starting at $ Shop now.4/5(1). Somebody Else's Kids was the first book I read of Torey Hayden's. Since then, I have read her statement that this is the one book of hers that she cannot bear to reread as it was penned quickly and she doesn't like the writing/5().

    From the author of Sunday Times bestsellers 'One Child', 'Ghost Girl' and 'Twilight Children' comes a heartbreaking story of one teacher's determination to turn a chaotic group of damaged children into a family. They were all just "somebody else's kids" - four problem children placed in Torey Hayden's class because nobody knew what else to do with them.4/5(6).   Somebody Else's Kids by Torey Hayden is a wonderful book. This wonderful teacher Torey Hayden teaches special needs children. Her students in this novel are Lori, a seven year old battered child. Boo, a seven year old boy that is autistic, he echo's other peoples conversations and says the news and weather from days ago/5().


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Somebody Else's Kids is a nonfiction book. I believe the reason she wrote this book was to tell her story or to inform people the fact that there are people with needs who need better classes available for them or just someone to lend them a hand/5.

Somebody Else's Kids by Torey Hayden is a wonderful book. This wonderful teacher Torey Hayden teaches special needs children. Her students in this novel are Lori, a seven year old battered child. Boo, a seven year old boy that is autistic, he echo's other peoples conversations and says the news and weather from days by: This detailed literature summary also contains Topics for Discussion and a Free Quiz on Somebody Else's Kids by Torey Hayden.

Torey L. Hayden, author of the book, says that she is working as a resource teacher following the federal mandate that. Somebody Else's Kids by Torey Hayden is a wonderful book. This wonderful teacher Torey Hayden teaches special needs children.

Her students in this novel are Lori, a seven year old battered child. Boo, a seven year old boy that is autistic, he echo's other peoples conversations and says the news and weather from days ago/5().

Torey confesses another reason for not being able to go back and read it is that Somebody elses kids book ELSE'S KIDS "is a bit of a revenge book", expressing her frustrations with the teacher portrayed as Edna in the book and with the mainstreaming law.

"A heartwarming book full of tenderness." —Library Journal From the bestselling author of One Child, the true story of four problem children and one extraordinary teacher. They were all "just somebody else's kids"—four problem children Somebody elses kids book in Torey Hayden's class because nobody knew what else to do with : HarperCollins Publishers.

book review: Somebody Else’s Kids Just this week I finished reading the Book Somebody Else’s Kids by Torey Hayden. Torey Hayden is a special education teacher and psychologist who has written many nonfiction accounts of her work with children with emotional problems that prevent them from being successful in a regular classroom.

"A heartwarming book full of tenderness." --Library JournalFrom the bestselling author of One Child, the true story of four problem children and one extraordinary teacher.

They were all "just somebody else's kids"—four problem children placed in Torey Hayden's class because nobody knew what else to do with them. "A heartwarming book full of tenderness." -- Library Journal From the bestselling author of One Child, the true story of four problem children and one extraordinary teacher.

They were all "just somebody else's kids"--four problem children placed in Torey Hayden's class because nobody knew what else to do with by: An unusually levelheaded and perceptive view of the so- called child welfare system.

Hubner, a reporter with the San Jose Mercury News, and Wolfson, a freelance journalist (and former probation officer), live in California's Santa Clara County, site of Silicon Valley and the boomtown of San Jose, now the 11th-largest city in the country.

Despite its flourishing economy, San Author: John Hubner. There are many changes in the special education world compared to what was in place when Torey was teaching.

During this time Public Law was just placed in the school systems, Torey called it the “mainstreaming act.” It seems there was very little done with testing and.

Somebody Else's Kids by Torey Hayden Changes in Special Education Angela Nagel - SPED. Mainstreaming was a new concept at the beginning of this book. Inthe PL Education for All Handicapped Child Act went into effect.

This law. As in One Child (), Torey Hayden tells the story of a ragtag classroom of misfits in a way that is almost palpable. Here is: Boo, the autistic black seven-year-old who tears around the classroom in self-stimulated frenzy, discarding his clothes as he goes; Tomaso, the migrant Chicano kid who refuses to believe he witnessed the murder of a father he hopes will someday come for him.

Summary Of Torey Hayden Somebody Elses Kids 1. Torey Hayden 2. Claudia - 12 / pregnant catholic school background ; year-old Tomaso - witnessed his father's murder by his step mother, 7-year-old Lori – Brain damage from physical abuse by father Boo, 5 autistic - echoed other people's words and repeated weather forecasts.

" Mrs. Thorsen. Somebody Else's Kids is an excellent novel written by Torey Hayden. The books takes place during a school year in the late 's, In goes into a class that Torey Hayden taught for a school year. This class was by no means ordinary. Throughout the entire book the children constantly have Torey on her heels and at her wits end.

Torey eventually makes Lori feel successful by teaching her how to "read" one book from her primer, by recognizing the difference of the length of the two words in the book.

Torey addresses Lori's needs by allowing her to engage in other activities in which she could taste success and feel good about herself. Vintage Christmas: Best Songs From the s, 30s & 40s #bigbands #holidaytunes #festive - Duration: Past Perfect Vintage Music Recommended for you. Book Report on Somebody Else's Kids Assignment This passage is rather touching not necessarily through what the author is describing but rather through the concern which transcend these lines.

It is an important aspect because it shows the dedication and commitment of the teacher to the cause. Teaching Somebody Else's Kids. The Somebody Else's Kids lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles.

Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests, and more. Somebody Else’s Kids was published inso the definition of emotional disturbance at that time was, “Public Law also contains a provision that disabled students should be placed in the least restrictive environment-one that allows the maximum possible opportunity to interact with non-impaired students.

Separate schooling may. Get this from a library! Somebody else's kids. [Torey L Hayden] -- A dedicated teacher of "special" students recounts her work, during one year, with a group of seven- to twelve-year-old boys and girls with special problems and celebrates their progress.

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They were all "just somebody else's kids"—four problem children placed in Torey Hayden's class because nobody knew what else to do with them.