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Linda Liem 16 Feb 17
Tough choices, but 2 of my fav read alouds - so many books, so little time!
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Erin Anger 30 Jan 18
Day 2 Twitter Challenge top 3 read alouds (personal not teacher) 1) Pajama Time with my 3 year old! Anything Boynton actually!
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Graham Shular Feb 24
Check out what the grade 7/8 language overview says about instructional texts in the intermediate grades: "All texts chosen for instruction should be worthy of study, and promote anti discriminatory education." How often do we consider this when choosing text?
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J Skeggs Mar 8
Getting ready to introduce book clubs after the break to the 1D's
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Annette Gilbert 1 Feb 18
Happy World Read Aloud Day! Always a treat to read with kids. My lesson today was 'Reading is Breathing, you need it to live' Thanks for inviting me.
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Dora Chams 1 Feb 18
A House In the Sky is a mesmerising, heartbreaking read about a Canadian journalist who gets kidnapped in Somalia. A story of resilience and the power of the human spirit.
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John Richmond 29 Jan 18
Mrs Elliott’s book choice for our reading twitter challenge is about a teacher who persisted in helping a little girl learn to read.
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Graham Shular Jan 22
Students looked into the new today & we were surprised to see that the 4 food groups, serving sizes, & portions are gone! Good opportunity to compare & contrast the ‘old’ and the ‘new.’
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John Wise Jaguars Jan 30
we are exited to share . Mr. E is working on voicing the characters for .
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Leanne Leeper 29 Jan 18
As a child I loved Anne. I loved her love for words and was inspired to see parts of myself in such a strong and proud bookworm!
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Roseanne Ferrara 16 Feb 17
Chippewa World Read-Aloud Day! Thank you!
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Dora Chams 1 Feb 18
Our VP reading One to our Grade 8's.
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Mrs. M's 8 Feb 17
Proud of each student! Finished their books. Energy and enthusiasm is unstoppable.
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Mrs. Chiras-Tersigni 16 Feb 17
Read my absolute favourite book right now to my class called "French Toast". The post discussion was amazing!
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J Skeggs May 21
Had a student brought to tears today during silence reading. She's reading The Knife of Never Letting Go, one of our book club choices. These kids are enjoying their selections and as a result, enjoying reading!
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Evelyn Harrison P.S. Feb 5
Building a love of literacy. With a little help from
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Anne Elliott 29 Jan 18
Can't pick just 1... here are my favourites
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DECentre Feb 8
Day 5: For the Love of Reading. One of our favourite non-fiction books is “Young Helen Keller: Woman of Courage” by Anne Benjamin. It helps remind us that anything is possible!
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Melissa Van Sas Feb 5
Day 2 for the ❤️ of 📖 There are too many awesome Canadian authors to narrow down! But we all loved If Kids Ruled the World! We even wrote our own and shared them!
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Erin Anger 30 Jan 18
Day 2 Challenge #3 ANYTHING read by @Elliott1Anne who read to my class 11 yrs ago & made me love reading aloud! 😍😍
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