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National Council of Teachers of English: improving literacy teaching and learning preK-16+. RTs/follows do not imply agreement.
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aeriale johnson she/her/hers 9h
Thanks for a wonderful chat, everyone. I’m off to do my mandatory trainings. 🤦🏾‍♀️
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Christina Nosek 9h
Such a wonderful hour! Thank you to our hosts, & for providing your time and efforts. Chats like this make me so proud to be an member. Hope to see many of you at the convention in Baltimore!
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Replying to @vrkimmel @yuyimorales
will be speaking at this year!
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NCTE 9h
Thank you for joining us and taking the time to share and learn with us this evening! We’ll post a Wakelet from the chat tomorrow. We hope you have a wonderful week!
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Replying to @DaValentinCCSD
Thanks for being with us, Daniel!
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Rebecca Marsick 9h
I love short story collections like Black Enough compiled by , Heads of the Colored People by and collections from for short mentor texts
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NCTE 9h
We can’t believe the hour is coming to an end already! It’s been a blast sharing ideas around with our Twitter community. Thank you and for hosting this important conversation.
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Paul W. Hankins 9h
A6: 's brilliant book, WHEN YOU ARE BRAVE, will set as "anchor text" for this year's introduction to the Hero's Journey and consideration of the mid-90s film, ANGUS (we read ). The actor who portrayed Angus offered to SKYPE with our students.
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Travis Crowder 9h
Other Words for Home by is one I want to use w/ kids to think about joy, fear, & culture. I would love to use several poems to stretch our thinking about what home is. I’m also encouraged by poetry. Excited to share his work w/ students.
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90-Second Newbery 9h
A6: I'm eager to booktalk, display, & discuss Indian No More By Charlene Willing McManis & Traci Sorell & I Can Make This Promise by Christine Day!
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NCTE 9h
A6: Our English Journal has a column on “Books-in-Action.” Read more in this example:
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aeriale johnson she/her/hers 9h
A6: has given us such gifts in 2019. I absolutely cannot wait to share How to Read a Book & The Undefeated with my class this year! They both require readers to bring their intellect and their heart to the text. They are both exactly why we read & write!
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Brent Gilson 9h
A6: All of me by Chris Baron was beautiful and the already mentioned Patron Saints of Nothing by are both going to be used in my classroom. I also am looking at Book Clubs with so many inclusive titles. The purpose? Love reading. How? We are going to read.
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A6: @NCTEvoices has a column on “Teaching YA Lit.” Here is a recent entry:
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S.R.Toliver is on the Job Market 😱 9h
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A6: I’m really excited about the new spec fic books coming out by Black female authors and sequels to some of the books I discussed in a previous answer. I discuss some of these books in an article I wrote for lit hub:
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Melissa Smith #TeachLivingPoets 9h
A6: I'm excited to teach these this year for a variety of reasons. , representing LBGTQ community, ... and they're all just really really good.
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A6: features “Children’s Literature Reviews.” Check out the latest column:
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Tricia Ebarvia 9h
A6 I think I am most excited to be teaching Butler's Kindred again as a way to help Ss understand that the past is ever present. Also, Marrow Thieves by for the same purpose and to highlight the resiliency and strength found in BIPOC communities
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Dr. Kim Parker 9h
's tool is a good way to determine how inclusive your classroom library is. It's excellent:
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aeriale johnson she/her/hers 9h
Replying to @arcticisleteach
A5: Hip-hop has also become an important part of our “stack.” Children need to be able to bring their entire being to school!
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