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Thoughts on selecting books for reluctant readers in key stage 3 - The Guardian

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Thoughts on selecting books for reluctant readers in key stage 3
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As a result I give lots of consideration into what books might really hook in my classes.
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High School American History Question - Simply Charlotte Mason

I'm trying to decide on an American History for my high schooler. The curriculum guide shows Stories of America for history. The age range on the book says 1st-6th grade. Is this what you would use for a high schooler along ...
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Writer comments on American history through letters - Fairfield Sun

Writer comments on American history through letters - Fairfield Sun | History Literature for Middle School Students | Scoop.it
Writer comments on American history through letters
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That perilous journey now fills 27 volumes of binders under the title “Dick De Witt's American History in Letters. April 1990-June 2013”.
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Annoying Sounds Teens Make Decoded By Linguist James Harbeck (VIDEO) - Huffington Post

Annoying Sounds Teens Make Decoded By Linguist James Harbeck (VIDEO) Huffington Post James Harbeck, a Toronto-based editor/writer trained in linguistics, may not be able to stop teens from making these sounds, but in the video above he does give a...
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Summer Reading Guide - Los Angeles Times

Summer Reading Guide
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... Ulin in his essay on summer reading.
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The Digital Lives of Teens: Revolutionary "Bliss"?

The Digital Lives of Teens: Revolutionary "Bliss"? | History Literature for Middle School Students | Scoop.it

English novelist and playwright E.G. Bulwer-Lytton once wrote, "A revolution is a transfer of power." We might just be on the brink of a revolution when it comes to kids, technology and schools.

High school student Jeff Bliss' recent, public and viral rant about his teacher has unsettled the minds and hearts of every teacher working with kids right now.

 

At the drop of a hat, a student can go public with dissatisfaction or disgruntlement, unleashing a torrent of response and reprisal.

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, May 25, 2013 9:30 AM

 

A MUST read!!! Looks like there will be soon a revolution and that's good so ;)

 

Students who are willing and motivated to learn are themselves informed about the newest trends in Education and they have also the right to help controlling their learning! Teachers should understand this and being prepared for 21st Century Teaching by updating THEIR Professional Development!!!

 

Learn more:

 

http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/01/23/is-your-professional-development-up-to-date/

 

 

Gust MEES's curator insight, May 25, 2013 9:33 AM

 

A MUST read!!! Looks like there will be soon a revolution and that's good so ;)

 

Students who are willing and motivated to learn are themselves informed about the newest trends in Education and they have also the right to help controlling their learning! Teachers should understand this and being prepared for 21st Century Teaching by updating THEIR Professional Development!!!

 

Learn more:

 

http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/01/23/is-your-professional-development-up-to-date/

 

lanzy looney's curator insight, May 1, 2014 12:13 PM

Had me like Woo #herewegoagain #teachers #red-shoes #skater

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Countdown To The Eisners – Best Publication For Teens (Ages 13 ...

Ah, that age of rebellion; the teenage years. It doesn't matter how you try and reason with teens, they think they're the bees-knees, and you ain't too hip on the upswing, daddio! With all their YOLOing and texting going on ...
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America's Long History of Bloodletting - Consortium News

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America's Long History of Bloodletting
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Americans like to think of themselves as peace-loving, but their history belies that self-image.
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Around Annapolis: Good news for teen readers at Eastport-Annapolis Neck library - CapitalGazette.com

Around Annapolis: Good news for teen readers at Eastport-Annapolis Neck library CapitalGazette.com The fuzzy blue seat that looks like a cupped palm is one of the attractions in the refurbished teen section of the Eastport-Annapolis Neck Branch...
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Beach reads: New must-read beach novels - She Knows

Beach reads: New must-read beach novels - She Knows | History Literature for Middle School Students | Scoop.it
Swapna from S. Krishna's Books brings us books that are perfect for your beach bag.
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On the Shelves: These teen novels will appeal to adults - Poughkeepsie Journal

On the Shelves: These teen novels will appeal to adults
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There's a great deal of talk recently about teen novels and their appeal to older audiences. It's true!
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