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This Shelf Reserved for...: 2014 Newbery Predictions

This Shelf Reserved for...: 2014 Newbery Predictions | Teachers as Readers | Scoop.it
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Always fun to read the latest and greatest especially with a group of avid middle grade readers.  Love how Monique has taken the typical "list of contenders" and put her tech spin on it through use of ThingLink.  THose SC "Librarians in the Middle" ROCK!

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bookbootcamp - home

bookbootcamp - home | Teachers as Readers | Scoop.it
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Middle grade educators working on their repertoires of booktalks; i.e., reading sales pitches!

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The United States of YA | Blog | Epic Reads

The United States of YA | Blog | Epic Reads | Teachers as Readers | Scoop.it
A while back, I posted in the forums asking for people to help me find a YA book for every single state in the US.
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Love, love, love this graphic...can just see my YA bb with dayglow colored pins representing what my YA book club has read...promoting the titles AND the club.  Of course, in the spirit of modeling reading, maybe I can  us QR codes to feature my own podcast/booktalk of each title as I've read it.  Could also have some podcasts from other YA readers, teachers, club members, students...

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Becoming a Teacher Reader by Katie Strawser

Becoming a Teacher Reader by Katie Strawser | Teachers as Readers | Scoop.it
My whole life I have identified myself as a reader. I was that high school student who lugged around heavy books that were not part of the required reading to every class in case I had a second to ...
Kathy Corbiere's insight:

Our students are the products of a marketing society.  They are accustomed to the sales pitch. Adults in their lives have to model reading as well as sell it if our students are going to engage in text rather than a game or a screen.

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