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Summer Reading for Students and Teachers

This sounds like a "Duh", but what is the purpose of having the students do the summer reading?  How can you…Continue

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Started May 23, 2012

TEACHING LANGUAGE ARTS
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I invite you to take a look at the companion website to my book TEACHING MIDDLE SCHOOL LANGUAGE ARTS: Incorporating Twenty-First…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan Goble Oct 12, 2011.

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Department Leaders - Literacy Coaches

A forum designed to share leadership ideas that will help educators maximize meetings, maintain morale, and mentor more effectively.See More
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Anna J. Small Roseboro replied to Ryan Goble's discussion TED ED VID: How can you change someone's mind? (hint: facts aren't always enough) in the group High School English Teachers Rock!
"Another excellent resources.  Thanks for sharing it. Here's one to support this area of instruction: Values, Beliefs and Attitudes"
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Department Leaders - Literacy Coaches

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Department Leaders - Literacy Coaches

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Anna J. Small Roseboro replied to Kelly Farrow's discussion Language- and grammar-related infographics in the group High School English Teachers Rock!
"Thanks.  These look engaging and will make useful resources to include on class websites where students can access them when providing peer feedback and doing their own revising. "
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Department Leaders - Literacy Coaches

A forum designed to share leadership ideas that will help educators maximize meetings, maintain morale, and mentor more effectively.See More
May 19, 2016
Anna J. Small Roseboro replied to Ryan Goble's discussion ARTICLE: Teaching About Racism - Toward a Shared History and Common Language in the group Identity: Gender, Race, Sex, SES & Power
"Important discussion. Thanks for sharing link to article."
Feb 1, 2016
Anna J. Small Roseboro replied to Shirley Durr's discussion FREE Downloads of Books on race, gender, sexuality, and class that are bound to get you woke! in the group Identity: Gender, Race, Sexuality & Power
"Thanks for sharing."
Jan 17, 2016
Anna J. Small Roseboro replied to Ryan Goble's discussion Texas Mom Calls Out Textbook Company for Calling Slavery ‘Immigration’ and Slaves ‘Workers’ in the group Identity: Gender, Race, Sexuality & Other Tricky Stuff
"Shirley, I concur with Ryan, expressing thanks for sharing ways to use this video as a teaching moment.  I, too, appreciate your sharing resources for developing lessons and will share your recommendation on my posts."
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I invite you to join the celebration in the launch of my latest book, ON ZION'S HILL,  a novel set in August, 1963.Can’t come to my June 20 book launch/birthday party? Get 20% off my new novel ON ZION’S HILL.  Use code A5WACGEQ -https://goo.gl/vTdgaKSee More
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Anna J. Small Roseboro replied to Ryan Goble's discussion RESEARCH: Science Shows Something Surprising About People Who Still Read Fiction in the group High School English Teachers Rock!
"Thanks for sharing this one, Ryan.  Good to know that what we're doing is doing some good for the health of our students!"
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Anna J. Small Roseboro replied to Amy melnick's discussion Looking for literary texts on theme of REVOLUTION for 10th grade English language learners in the group High School English Teachers Rock!
"Langston Hughes "I, Too, Sing America"  calling for a revolution in thought.  Who is an American?Maya Angelou "And Still I Rise" "America" by Claude McKay"
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Conference on English Leadership 2014 - Come join us!

I invite you to join me at the 2014 Conference on English Leadership.  If you're going and/or presenting, post here and we'll plan to support you with our attendance.Gaylord National Resort and Convention CenterWashington D.C. November 23-25Keynote Speakers: Jim Burke, Sarah Brown Wessling, Doug Fisher, Nancy Frey, Kylene Beers, and Bob ProbstThe 2014 CEL Annual Convention is an opportunity for leaders to gather, share ideas, and grow.  A unique quality of the convention is that attendees have…See More
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Write Right Away

Get' em Writing about ThemselvesLooking for ways to get to know your students while having them do authentic writing that build on works you've read? Here are three to consider that can serve as a beginning of the year formative assessments of reading and writing.  No need to grade for anything other than completing on time with required minimum contents.  You can determine which Common Core…See More
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Write Right Away

Get' em Writing about ThemselvesLooking for ways to get to know your students while having them do authentic writing that build on works you've read? Here are three to consider that can serve as a beginning of the year formative assessments of reading and writing.  No need to grade for anything other than completing on time with required minimum contents.  You can determine which Common Core…See More
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What is your connection to education?
MS / Junior High School Teacher, High School Teacher, Teacher Coach, Author
What subjects do you teach / specialize in?
Language Arts, Teacher Education, Oral Rhetoric
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www.teachinglanguagearts.wordpress.com
What 5 essential pop culture artifacts (CDs, DVDs, Books, Images, Toys, etc.) would you have on your desert island?
Books, Images, Toys, Writing Materials - Music instrument -NON-electronic just in case there is no connectivity.

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At 10:16am on April 29, 2012, Ryan Goble said…

Hi ASJ - thanks so much! I'm still waiting for my last surgery (fun) but Nicole (wife) finished her radiation treatment and her scans came back with nothing suspicious (meaning as close to cancer free as one can get) so things are on the up and up here.  I added you to my RT list and did broadcast your blog via Twitter as well this AM.  BTW - my mom picked up your book (somehow she gets to almost everything before I do) but she was RAVING about it yesterday night to me on the phone saying it was "gangbusters" - I'm thinking that means I have to get off my butt and read it as well!  

At 10:19pm on April 22, 2012, Ryan Goble said…

Hi ASJ! How are you? Do you, by chance, have a  Twitter handle? I'm broadcasting this blog tomorrow and will also tweet it!

RRG:)

At 9:36am on May 16, 2011, Ryan Goble said…
 
 
 

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