Reflecting on Authenticity

By Adrin Fisher Last week, my older son and I went on a field trip to New York City.  We walked Times Square.  We ate pho in Chinatown.  We experienced a hit musical on Broadway.  We wandered into a used vinyl shop in Greenwich Village where I could touch both Read more…

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Looking Back to See Progress

BY: LIZ KEIPER “Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” ― Søren Kierkegaard ― While every season of the school year has pros and cons, I often feel that January through March is the sweet spot of the year. At this point, you know your Read more…

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Good Readers are Re-Readers

Good Readers are Re-Readers November 2, 2017 By Toni M. Poling Close reading is the basis for all the work we do in my classroom.  My students are exposed to written text, visual text, and auditory text over the span of my AP English Literature and my AP English Language Read more…

By Toni Poling, ago