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The Global Read Aloud: Digital Tools to Connect Readers and Inspire Action
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to Water. These fifth graders extended their reading to include a collection of fiction, poetry
Looking Back at 2018 Nonfiction
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In looking back at the nonfiction published in 2018 (including informational books, biographies, and poetry), we considered the identification of outstanding trade books with curriculum connections, -of-consciousness poetry-writing handbook with black-and-white scribble artwork to help writers turn their “Jabber Burbles” into “Poetry” that can “make all life so beautiful your heart becomes, forms of poetry-writing exercises are interspersed with excerpts from Herrera’s “Jabber Notebook
5 Questions With… Rhonda Gowler Greene (NO PIRATES ALLOWED! SAID LIBRARY LOU)
Rhonda Gowler Greene is an award-winning author of over 20 children’s books. Her books have received several honors such as IRA Children’s Choice Book, Bank Street College Best Book, Children’s Book Council Showcase Book, and starred reviews in major periodicals. Being a former elementary teacher, Rhonda especially enjoys visiting schools where her goal is to get students excited about reading and writing.!-said-library-lou)
study children’s poetry books. I especially admire the works of Alice Schertle, Joyce Sidman, Linda, poetry should be delightful. I hope my rhythmical writing delights children (and adults too). You
“Wheels of Change” Book Reviews, Part 2
of Independence, readers may want to turn to this poetry anthology dedicated to the nation’s Presidents, illustrations are vivid and depict the human side of the Presidents as effectively as the poetry. Back matter
Putting Books to Work: CARVER: A LIFE IN POEMS
<img alt="" src="/images/default-source/engage-blog/carver-cover2-summary.jpg " />IRA’s theme for International Literacy Day 2013 was “Invent Your Future.” The idea of “inventing your future” made me think immediately of George Washington Carver and Marilyn Nelson’s gorgeous verse biography of him and his life. The combination of Nelson’s poetic skills and Carver’s amazing life resulted in a magical work.
or can serve as inspiration for other activities. Agricultural Awareness through Poetry, poetry that ties into natural and agricultural themes. There is a poem about Carver, “Green-Thumb Boy
Language Arts Apps Save the Day
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covered here weren't enough, also has three poetry apps on offer: Acrostic Poem, Diamante Poem, and Theme Poem. Each allows students to create original poetry in a different form
Why I Teach (With Four Backpacks On)
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would call them poetry. I’d write under the riverbed for months, years. Who knew writing could, could hear was screams of, “run, run, run.” So I ran, to batting cages, to poetry events, to anywhere
Engaging in Reading, Authoring, and Community Through Virtual Literacy-Casts
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devoted to comics and others to poetry, the sequence of activities remained the same, the clinic blog, our virtual BookCreator library, and our Poetry Padlet. We extended invitations
Why Children Need to See Themselves in Books
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—even if they once struggled to speak clearly. They need to know that they can recite poetry or sing, display as on January 20 but that we’ll be just as delighted, singing and reciting poetry in our souls
Holocaust Book Reviews
of the Terezín Ghetto. Somerville, MA: Candlewick Press. (Poetry) Janeczko thoroughly researched, after the war and created by actual inmates, the poetry, through fictional characters based on real, for Janeczko’s poetry in Requiem or the earlier I Never Saw Another Butterfly (Volavkova), as well as picture, Poetry Reviews to Celebrate National Poetry Month Reviews of Books to Celebrate Spring


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