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Blog 6 and 7 Paz Martinez

Blog 6 and 7 Paz Martinez

Blog 6 After exploring the websites from the link you gave us I came to realize that there was so much information to use as educators. One of the things I liked the most were all these lesson plans that were designed for all ages. I plan to teach the smaller age kids so i …

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Blogs 6 & 7

Blogs 6 & 7

Blog 6 Graphic novels are now available for a wide range of ages. Graphic novels are a great option for reluctant readers, and a good way to get a student into becoming a “reader”. This is another great genre to recommend to English learners in our future classrooms. I really enjoyed the Classroom Activity section …

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Blog 7- an analysis

Blog 7- an analysis

Part of what I really enjoy about Reading in the wild by Donalyn Miller, are the recording instruments she uses to assess and evaluate her students reading. The one I found particularly useful was the genre charts. When attempting to figure out one’s personal book preferences it can be hard to know where to start, especially …

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Blog 7

Blog 7

  a) After reading about the preferences in chapter 5, I plan to figure out what genres my students tend to read the most of, so I can help them find other books they enjoy to read in that genre. I plan to do that by reading as many books as I can before and …

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Blog 6

Blog 6

Blog 6 Looking over this article on graphic novels, I have noticed how they have started to become a success with educators who use them in their curriculums. I would make use of this article and website, by saving it, and referring back to it, whenever I wanted to incorporate a graphic novel into my …

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