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Elizabeth Moore
Literacy Coach, Consultant, Author, Mom. Two Writing Teachers Coauthor. Passionate about fostering a love of reading & writing in learners of all ages.
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Chrissy Driver Dec 4
My Super Readers practiced pointer power using some whisper phones today ❤
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Elizabeth Moore Dec 3
A First-of-Its-Kind Spanish Immersion Program Turns Out Bilingual Learners in Jericho
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Katrina Davino Nov 25
Thinking of taking up a new fitness regimen after reading this first grade how-to book
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Tom Newkirk Nov 25
I'd like to interview middle and high school writers/illustrators who have created, great characters in comics or graphic novels. I'd like to create a kind of rogues' or heroes' gallery, with panels from their work. I'd also like to interview them about their great work.
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Elizabeth Moore Nov 25
Replying to @tads414
I’m so glad you find it helpful! I’ll work on that!
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Elizabeth Moore Nov 24
Replying to @bruceholsinger
Yep. 41.
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Aron Nels Steinke Nov 22
Replying to @Jess_Keating
Yes! So many kids just need to produce work. And to rework and labor over the same piece for too long will kill their creativity and motivation to write. And other kids are ready to engage with the writing process and really polish their work.
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Elizabeth Moore Nov 23
School supplies! 📓❤️🖍
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Shelby Kerner Nov 20
One of my favorite things that I learned when made her visit to Hawk was giving Ss choice of their small groups. Today Ss self assessed their work over nonfiction main ideas then signed up for a small group. They were so invested in the group because THEY chose it!
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Callie Goss Nov 21
We used - inspired progression to guide our 1st whole group discussion! We compared& contrasted Wild Robot & Where the Wild Things Are. Highlights: -difft traits of main char (caring vs imaginative) -both involve a hard decision abt leaving -both have msgs about moms (!)
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Elizabeth Moore Nov 22
Please read Lucy Calkins’s response to the current push for the “science of reading” in schools.
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Elizabeth Moore Nov 21
My colleagues are 🔥🔥🔥 this week! Using Inquiry to Lift Language Conventions via
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Elizabeth Moore Nov 20
This!!!! Drawing is a tool for thinking and learning. It’s about process. 🧠(So please... encourage kids to draw as part of their writing process, and notes/jotting during reading).
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Elizabeth Moore Nov 20
For a font-loving teacher like me, this post is a must read! So much interesting and helpful information! Finding Accessible Fonts for Classroom Use via
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Elizabeth Moore Nov 19
Replying to @lelizabethkane
I feel personally attacked
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RES Third Grade Nov 18
Mystery readers are working diligently to keep track of clues and suspects as they begin reading mystery novels. We know that the key to solving the mystery is paying attention to everything!
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Kosha Patel Nov 18
The Abenaki flag was raised in all our elementary schools today. A symbol of diversity and acceptance of all students in our schools. Jeff Benay, Director of Indian Affairs, led the ceremonies.
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Elizabeth Moore Nov 19
I’m so proud to be a part of this series, on the most important topic of all—making writing accessible to every student in our care. In Case You Missed It: Reaching Your Writers Blog Series via
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Elizabeth Moore Nov 17
Classroom teachers and special educators, service providers, working together for kids! Communication, Collaboration, and Clarity: Reaching Your Writers via
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Kosha Patel Nov 14
One of my favorite things to do. Attend writing celebrations! Heard one of the best pieces of realistic fiction read to me with great expression by a 4th grader in Swanton today. Lots of suspense in the story-great pacing! See proud author.
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