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Still looking for judges:  2016 NRCA Reader Registration

Still looking for judges: 2016 NRCA Reader Registration

WOW! Women On Writing Blog: How to Become a Financially Fit Freelancer: Interview with Susan Hirshman

WOW! Women On Writing Blog: How to Become a Financially Fit Freelancer: Interview with Susan Hirshman

Got some creative writing in your midst? Point them towards this lit mag's short story contest judged by Matt de la Pena! (via SLJ)

Got some creative writing in your midst? Point them towards this lit mag's short story contest judged by Matt de la Pena! (via SLJ)

Direct Reading - Thinking Activity (DR-TA) is an activity that build critical awareness of the reader's role and responsibility in interacting with the text through the process of predicting, verifying, judging, and extending thinking about text material. The teacher starts with very open-ended questions or divergent responses and moves toward more accurate predictions and text-based inferences as students acquire more knowledge from the reading.

Direct Reading - Thinking Activity (DR-TA) is an activity that build critical awareness of the reader's role and responsibility in interacting with the text through the process of predicting, verifying, judging, and extending thinking about text material. The teacher starts with very open-ended questions or divergent responses and moves toward more accurate predictions and text-based inferences as students acquire more knowledge from the reading.

Tangled Minds is a masterpiece. In the fine tradition of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, Yvonne Mason leads the reader through the twisted and tangled lives of Brianna Van Pelt and her son, Josh, thrusting us into a Pygmalion dilemma that has consumed scholars for decades. Is there such a thing as a "bad seed", an individual whose feet are placed upon a path of crime and evil almost from the beginning? If the circumstances of one's birth or the choices one makes cannot be overcome with…

Tangled Minds is a masterpiece. In the fine tradition of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, Yvonne Mason leads the reader through the twisted and tangled lives of Brianna Van Pelt and her son, Josh, thrusting us into a Pygmalion dilemma that has consumed scholars for decades. Is there such a thing as a "bad seed", an individual whose feet are placed upon a path of crime and evil almost from the beginning? If the circumstances of one's birth or the choices one makes cannot be overcome with…

Book Vs. Movie: Writing a Compare and Contrast Opinion Essay

Book Vs. Movie: Writing a Compare and Contrast Opinion Essay

Don't judge a book by its movie! Students LOVE to watch the movie version of a book they have just read, whhich presents teachers with a valuable opportunity

Told in first-person each one living at a different point in Canada''s vast landscape and history. — such as Miriam, a Warsaw-ghetto survivor, now reunited with her family in Montreal; Wong Joe-on, a  Chinese immigrant  faces racism in Saskatchewan  and Insy, Ojibwe girl  first trip to a "white" town in Northern Ontario — young readers will be moved by the opportunities and difficulties that these characters face, as each one ponders what it means to be Canadian, and struggles to fit in.

Dear Canada: Hoping for Home: Stories of Arrival

Told in first-person each one living at a different point in Canada''s vast landscape and history. — such as Miriam, a Warsaw-ghetto survivor, now reunited with her family in Montreal; Wong Joe-on, a Chinese immigrant faces racism in Saskatchewan and Insy, Ojibwe girl first trip to a "white" town in Northern Ontario — young readers will be moved by the opportunities and difficulties that these characters face, as each one ponders what it means to be Canadian, and struggles to fit in.

The publishing world is exploding with opportunity now, especially for authors who are willing to build themselves a platform and find readers for their books, regardless of how they publish.  @Joanna Penn outlines the Publishing Quadrant in the December issue of Book Marketing Magazine.  Read it here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/book-marketing-mag/id576228962?ls=1=8

The publishing world is exploding with opportunity now, especially for authors who are willing to build themselves a platform and find readers for their books, regardless of how they publish. @Joanna Penn outlines the Publishing Quadrant in the December issue of Book Marketing Magazine. Read it here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/book-marketing-mag/id576228962?ls=1=8

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