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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Resource Material

Here's a quickie overview of some of the great sites and such I encountered...

Poetry
“This is just to say” by William Carlos Williams http://www.bu.edu/favoritepoem/poems/williams/


Books
Seeking Diversity & 100 Quickwrites by Linda Rief
Getting the Knack by Stephen Dunning and William Stafford
Awakening the Heart by Georgia Heard
Teaching Fabulous Forms of Poetry by Paul Janeczko
Reading, Writing, and Rising Up by Linda Christensen
The World’s Thin Books by Joni Bodart
The Real Aloud Handbook by Jim Trelease
Making the Match by Teri Lesesne
Writing for Real by Ross Burkhardt


www.ala.org/yalsa/
Quick Picks and Teens Top Ten lists

www.professornana.com
NCTE Mosaic Power Point!
This site rocks!!!

www.learner.org
Free videos from Annenberg Media

Sweeeeetttttt.

1 Comments:

Blogger Nobis said...

Oh yeah, the favorite poem site is faaantastic. I'll add the Academy of American Poets to that resource: http://poets.org/

11:23 PM  

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