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TILE-SIG Feature: Using Educational Apps to Supplement Literacy Instruction
<img sfref="[images]c9ebd3bb-6717-4281-8214-188ae956d796" src="/images/default-source/reading-today/avataripads.jpg" alt="iPads" title="avataripads" style="float: left; margin: 0px 8px 8px 0px;" />Kimberly Kimbell-Lopez shares educational apps for poetry, journaling, sight word instruction, vocabulary, parts of speech, and more.
https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-now/2012/11/02/tile-sig-feature-using-educational-apps-to-supplement-literacy-instruction
domain. Keynote and Pages are great apps to use for authoring journal entries, stories, poetry
Bright Ideas for Avoiding the Summer Slide
https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-now/2012/04/24/bright-ideas-for-avoiding-the-summer-slide
by Jen Donovan When school lets out for the summer, academic losses can occur. Bright Ideas for Summer brought to you by ReadWriteThink provides a welcome cure for the dreaded summer slide. It features fun and educational activities that keep students on their toes throughout the dog days of summer. Activities and projects like poetry writing help students explore the creative writing process. Thinking about fun summer memories and experiences with Summer’s Poetic Memories is a great
It's Only Natural to Write Nonfiction
As a writer, I enjoy creating poetry and fictional stories. But I think that writing nonfiction is one of the most exciting genres because it allows me to delve deeply into a subject in which I’m interested. Nonfiction is also one of the first genres children are interested in, well before they can understand a fictional concept.
https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-now/2012/10/16/it's-only-natural-to-write-nonfiction
As a writer, I enjoy creating poetry and fictional stories. But I think that writing nonfiction is one of the most exciting genres because it allows me to delve deeply into a subject in which I’m interested. Nonfiction is also one of the first genres children are interested in, well before they can understand a fictional concept. Young children want to read about trucks, helicopters, and dinosaurs. As they get older, kids should be encouraged to delve into nonfiction topics for both
Interviewing Paul Bunyan with David L. Harrison
Paul Bunyan is a mythical character who may or may not have sprung from earlier stories inspired by real lumberjacks who once lived in eastern Canada and northeastern United States. In PAUL BUNYAN, MY STORY, I had to decide which among the nearly endless tall tales told about Paul I would include in the book. I only scratched the surface!
https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-now/2012/06/28/interviewing-paul-bunyan-with-david-l-harrison
! David Harrison has published 80 books of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction for children. As Poet Laureate
Hot Topic Sessions at the Annual Convention: Struggling Readers, Elementary, Early Literacy, Adolescent
https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-now/2012/02/27/hot-topic-sessions-at-the-annual-convention-struggling-readers-elementary-early-literacy-adolescent
Drury University for Using Poetry for Word Study, Fluency, and Comprehension Instruction on Monday
Meet the Authors Attending the 2012 IRA Annual Convention
https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-now/2012/03/27/meet-the-authors-attending-the-2012-ira-annual-convention
to Introduce Students to An Often Intimidating Form of Literature—Poetry. Patricia McCormick, author
Lawrence Baines on Romancing the Topic
Pretend that you are going on a first date. You like the person and hope that the first date will lead to a positive long-term relationship. You spend hours getting ready, making sure that your clothes look good and that your hair is in place.
https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-now/2011/05/17/lawrence-baines-on-romancing-the-topic
on the characteristics of twentieth century poetry, she asked the class, “What happens to you when you die?” After
TILE-SIG Feature: Award Winner Engages Students Through Social Networking, Mobile Devices
<img sfref="[images|OpenAccessDataProvider]f69d67c1-674c-6d52-9eff-ff000089f9b9" src="/images/default-source/reading-today/stephanie-thompson.jpg" alt="stephanie thompson" title="stephanie thompson" style="float: left; margin: 0px 8px 8px 0px;" />Stephanie Thompson, winner of the 2013 IRA Award for Technology and Reading, uses creatively designed literature circles and digital literacy centers in her classroom.
https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-now/2013/06/14/tile-sig-feature-award-winner-engages-students-through-social-networking-mobile-devices
projects have included digital stories, essays, digital poetry, graphic novellas, digital docudramas
New for Members—IRA Bridges: Instructional Units for the Engaging Classroom
<img alt="" sfref="[images|OpenAccessDataProvider]64b27cc1-674c-6d52-9eff-ff000089f9b9" src="/images/default-source/reading-today/avatarbridges.jpg?sfvrsn=0.3718022541143" title="avatarbridges" style="float: left;" />IRA Bridges are instructional units with CCSS connections reviewed by the IRA Literacy Research Panel.
https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-now/2014/02/19/new-for-members-ira-bridges-instructional-units-for-the-engaging-classroom
, informational text, and poetry. TITLE: Courage: Facing Adversity—An Interdisciplinary Unit for Grades 6–8
Share and Connect: Join The #WALKMYWORLD Project
<img alt="" sfref="[images|OpenAccessDataProvider]91f87cc1-674c-6d52-9eff-ff000089f9b9" src="/images/default-source/engage-blog/21C50DC1F1D9.jpg" />Welcome to the #WALKMYWORLD project. Once a week, for ten weeks, we would like you to share with us a “walk” in your “world.” There really are no rules to this challenge.
https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-now/2014/02/28/share-and-connect-join-the-walkmyworld-project
and connecting, and then slowly move to poetry writing and response. The beauty of this challenge is in what

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