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ReadWriteThink.org is looking for your stories!

Do you have an innovative story about how you use ReadWriteThink.org in  your classroom? Do you find that your students are more fully enga…

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Fanfiction rubrics

Hi everyone, I am an English Pedagogy major/Secondary Education minor at UNCC. I'll be starting my student teaching in September.  I'm desi…

Started by Amy Crew

0 Apr 24

Designing Project Menus

Hello MC Poppers! I am designing a unit on the Harlem Renaissance for an 11th grade English class. I would like students to have a choice a…

Started by John Isaacson

0 Dec 9, 2012

Comics in Education: Shakin’ up the Bard – Visualizing Shakespeare

Columnist Anastasia Betts of Graphic Novels 101 looks at the use of comics in the classroom, and shares her experience as an educator helpi…

Started by Jo Wheeler

2 Sep 26, 2012
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Lit Tunes Lesson Plans

Hi Everyone, I found this on Twitter today and thought it might be just what some of you are looking for. Puttin' the Pop in the Classroom…

Started by Thomas Bosher-Perran

0 Jul 18, 2010

ReadWriteThink.org is looking for your stories!

Do you have an innovative story about how you use ReadWriteThink.org in  your classroom? Do you find that your students are more fully enga…

Started by Lisa Fink

0 Jul 15, 2010

"Reading" film, comics, on the web and other "non-standard" stuff...

Hi everyone.  I haven't posted to the discussion board before, but I met Ryan in a cab in Philly at NCTE...long story!   Anyway, I am a doc…

Started by Petra Pienkosky Moran

3 Feb 22, 2010
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Reflection on Jen Powers’ "Show Don’t Tell: Assessing Literacy Through Video"

In today’s digitally mediated world, students’ engagement with popular culture and new technologies is changing the very nature of what i…

Started by Jennifer

6 May 6, 2009
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"Read the book, watch the movie?" Reflections on Catherine Gourley's Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Film

At the start of her lecture “Teaching Through Film,” Catherine Gourley urged us to look at film as a something that “culturally documents”…

Started by Alicia Lerman

8 May 3, 2009
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POETIC SONG FOR A DAY

ORIGINALLY POSTED 1.22.09 (IN THE WRONG PLACE) For those of you that don't know - my wife Nicole is a poetry junkie. She's such a poem add…

Started by Ryan Goble

4 Apr 12, 2009
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HAIKU & THE HULK!

This week, we’ll have more short MC POP ditties and introduce the Ning group feature. It looks like Ning is doing some redesign, so we all…

Started by Ryan Goble

6 Mar 24, 2009
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