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Maestro Classics Jul 19
Download this free Peter and the Wolf language arts curriculum guide with Russian & Ukrainian folk stories
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LPReview Jul 20
on : “I’ve just done the last proofs of Lady C. I hope it’ll make ‘em howl - and let ‘em do their paltry damnedest, after.” D.H. Lawrence on finishing “Lady Chatterley’s Lover”
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Todd Nesloney Jul 16
Super excited to share my passion of picture books w/San Antonio educators today!! We’re gonna talk abt the importance of read alouds, book talks, & having diverse/inclusive texts in their classroom!
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PeerTutoringResource 12h
Why Diverse Classroom Libraries Matter | At a school in Oakland, California, students see themselves—and the broader world—in the books they read.
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Amanda P Goodwin Jul 18
In this week's , Pyle & colleagues caution Ts not to teach text structures solely in isolation. What is missing from instruction if only single text structure books are used? What about books with multiple structures within the same text?
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Tobor Eichmann - Author 12h
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Amanda P Goodwin Jul 17
In this week's , Pyle & colleagues conclude that expository text structure instruction is an effective research‐based reading comprehension strategy. How have you taught it? What resources or advice can you share?
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Michael C. Sahd Jul 16
If you're a sci-fi or fantasy fan, don't miss the opportunity to check out this promotion, where you can download free books from a variety of authors!
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Male Author Jul 17
The spry vixen had shins resembling a bald cherry besides I wished to repulse her
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J. H. Bogran Jul 15
My superpower is finding typos...after I hit “send.”
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ICC Podcast Jul 16
New Episode! This one brings us back to guided reading. In this minicast Greg and Jenny dig into the guided in guided reading.
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David Rozansky Jul 19
Next is Friday, July 26, 3-5pET. Topic: New and Forthcoming Novels, Or Future Reading List.
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Male Author Jul 15
“No matter where you go, there you are.” she said. She had cheeks not unlike a bewildered date but I expected to caress her
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Male Author Jul 13
Though she passed by quickly, I could tell she had nostrils similar to a searing melon besides I did not care to climb her
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Male Author Jul 12
“No matter where you go, there you are.” she said. She had forearms like a frigid pomegranate still I intended to marry her
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Amanda P Goodwin Jul 16
In this week's , Pyle & colleagues found that research on expository text structure interventions -> sig. differences in student comprehension outcomes. What do you notice about these conditions? How might this inform instruction?
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ICC Podcast Jul 19
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LitChat Jul 18
Wherein 31 top authors agree that "Write what you know" is a load of hooey, and with good reason. Thanks and for assembling this gem.
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Teacher2Teacher Jul 18
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ICC Podcast Jul 17
We have put together a 12 part series on From strategies, assessments, and mindset shifts we cover it all in this.
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