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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Wordless Wednesday

Hello Everyone!  Today I am linking up with Christina from Sugar and Spice for Wordless Wednesday.
 


What is the next professional book you plan on reading?

I'm off to check out all the other Wordless Wednesday pics.  Thank you, Christina for hosting this fun linky!

13 comments:

  1. Word Nerds is on my list, too! I've got one about whole brain teaching ready to go also. I'll be reading a LOT of children's literature this summer.Although technically not "professional" literature, I need to catch up on the newer Newbery and Honor winners as well as some of the CCSS exemplar texts. I'd like to include more in my Language Arts classes rather than sticking with just the ones I already know.

    I'm looking forward to seeing what professional titles will be shared. This is a great topic!

    Angela

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  2. I recently received a copy of Crossing Over to Canaan at a workshop, and I can't wait to have time to read it! Like Angela, I also need to catch up on children's literature this summer.

    Kristin
    My Carolina Classroom

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    1. I hear you! My list of children's literature is about a mile long!

      Mary

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  3. I think I want to read The Seven Habits of a Happy Kid. I really want to help my students take responsibility for themselves and their learning.

    Katherine
    The Lesson Chef

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  4. I just learned about the book Scaffolded Writing Instruction by Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey in a presentation during one of my masters classes. Great for K-6. I love teaching writing, but this book provides details on each craft element and a mentor text list! Ah-mazing!

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    1. Sounds great! I will have to check that one out. Thank you!

      Mary

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  5. I just bought Word Nerds! Can't wait to read that one! I missed the Teach Like a Pirate train last summer, so I'll be reading that one too!
    Rachel
    A Tall Drink of Water

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  6. I've had "Teach like a Pirate" on my kindle for about 6 months now, and just haven't gotten around to reading it!! I'm on holiday now, but just can't seem to get motivated to do anything school related yet!!

    Erin
    Learning to be awesome

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    1. Once you start reading it, you won't be able to put it down. I just love that book!

      Mary

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  7. I'm going to re-read The Cafe Book. We will focus more heavily on reading strategies this term (I'm in Australia) and I like to have a fresh look over the book each few months.

    Jemima
    Luck's Little Learners

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    1. That's smart! I get new ideas every time I look through that book!

      Mary

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  8. I already have Word Nerds on my list! I also wanted to read/learn over the summer how to make an app for my classroom. I don't know what resources I will need for that yet!
    Sara
    Frampton's FUNdamentals

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    1. I love the idea of making an app for the classroom. I can't wait to read Word Nerds! It is at the top of my list (for now).

      Mary

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