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Month: August 2016

Strategies To Help New Students

  Today, we have a guest blogger, Sara Boehm, on the blog discussing strategies to help new students transition into their new school.  Starting at a new school after moving to a new home in a new city can be exciting but also nerve-wracking and stressful. For hundreds of thousands

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It is important that our classrooms and curriculum engage students with both classic and current literature. By incorporating more young adult literature in your classroom through book clubs, lit circles, classroom library options and curriculum students can maintain or gain a love of reading from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

How to Use and Find Young Adult Literature For The ELA Classroom

It is important that our classrooms and curriculum engage students with both classic and current literature. By incorporating more young adult literature in your classroom through book clubs, lit circles, classroom library options and curriculum students can maintain or gain a love of reading. This week’s #2ndaryELA Twitter chat provided

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Finding affordable books for your classroom library for a reasonable price can be challenging. Here are places to start your search for classroom books. 

Finding Affordable Books For Your Classroom Library

Finding affordable books for your classroom library for a reasonable price that fits into your teaching budget can be challenging.  However, having a well-stocked classroom library and novel set collection is essential for any English Language Arts (ELA teacher. Schools do not always have the budget to provide these resources

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