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Lindsey Lundberg: Blog 7

Lindsey Lundberg: Blog 7

After reading chapter 5, I think it solidifies how important it is for us teachers to really have a wide range of books we’ve read so we know what to recommend to our students. I like how series books can get students hooked. I think having different genres of series books could be really beneficial …

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Blog 7

Blog 7

The biggest part of chapter five that resonated with me was tips on recommending books to students. I especially liked how Miller described in detail all about nonfiction and how to make nonfiction seem less boring. I agree with what Miller said about series books and how students can connect really well with them. In …

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Blog 6

Blog 6

Reading the article, I was just loving that the author was helping us future teachers with almost any problem with kids I could think of. The “unmotivated”, the kids who don’t get why we even read certain books, and more. They just went into amazing detail on how beficitial a graphic novel can be. The …

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Blog 7 (Amreena Khan)

Blog 7 (Amreena Khan)

Part 1 Reading in the Wild is a great book with fantastic ideas to enhance reading for self and children. After reading this book and reading different chapter books for this class my entire perspective on reading has changed. I developed an interest for reading like never before. I find myself making time to read …

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Blog 7 David Castillo

Blog 7 David Castillo

In chapter 5 of the Miller book    a lot of what I learned from the book was reiterated but was essentially the importance of  the concept of reading and being able to read throughout  your education would help you a lot and have you in a better understanding overall of everything. Although a lot …

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Erik Sagrero – Blog 7

Erik Sagrero – Blog 7

Wild Readers Show Preferences: In Chapter 5 in Reading in the Wild, Miller presented me with information and ideas that I didn’t consider before reading the chapter. While reading I was interested in how on she created and examined student progress so that she incorporate different book genres in her lesson plan that would require …

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Blog 6 (Amreena Khan)

Blog 6 (Amreena Khan)

Part 1 I chose to read the article The Case for Graphic Novels in Education. I think this is a great article explaining the importance of graphic novels. Being not only an entertainment but how graphic novels have a vast range of themes and can create a great experience with art and words together. For …

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Lindsey Lundberg: Blog 6 Roller Girl

Lindsey Lundberg: Blog 6 Roller Girl

After exploring the resource guide, I chose to write about the Diamond Bookshelf. I preferred this website because the site was easy to maneuver and had great ideas. I liked how it had lesson plans, book recommendations, and why to use graphic novels in the classroom. I liked how organized the lesson plans were. Once …

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