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Classical and Modern Literature: Yielding New Engagement and Relevance for Generation Z

Classical and Modern Literature: Yielding New Engagement and Relevance for Generation Z  (continue reading)

Using Technology With Primary Texts

Using Technology With Primary Texts  (continue reading)

What Literacy Means Today

What Literacy Means Today  (continue reading)

Teacher Appreciation: John E Grassie On His Undergraduate History Teacher

Teacher Appreciation: John E Grassie On His Undergraduate History Teacher  (continue reading)

Environment: A Key Element for Literacy Instruction, Using Literature

Environment: A Key Element for Literacy Instruction, Using Literature  (continue reading)

Race and Gender: Not the Same Anymore

Race and Gender: Not the Same Anymore  (continue reading)

We’re Not Limited Anymore: "Engagement: Backing Into the Classics"

We’re Not Limited Anymore: "Engagement: Backing Into the Classics"  (continue reading)

Why Read Dead People? The “So-What Factor” from Our Students

Why Read Dead People? The “So-What Factor” from Our Students  (continue reading)

Embracing Informational Texts In Literature Classrooms

Embracing Informational Texts In Literature Classrooms  (continue reading)

The Old and the New: Blending Narrative Journeys Into the Human Condition

The Old and the New: Blending Narrative Journeys Into the Human Condition  (continue reading)

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