Thinking Inductively: A Close Reading of Seamus Heaney
Ease secondary students’ fear of poetry with a strategy to unlock meaning by examining patterns of imagery & language http://t.co/iIKe9tlsAF
How teachers benefit from students writing in math class | #frizzle @scholastic
How teachers benefit from students writing in math class | #frizzle @scholastic: http://t.co/kFRNkKIc4V #mathchat #mathed
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Final Tally from Out of Print Fundraiser | Collab
Awesome! @bhscollab Final Tally from Out of Print Fundraiser – Our Minds are Blown #BHSChat #BPSChat @outofprinttees http://t.co/E6iPWQwuQG
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Get $200 at Target with any iPad Trade-In, Even A First Gen Model
If you have an older iPad, Target wants to overpay you for it. http://t.co/HDRb56UUqR
Dropbox – Chaucer.m4v
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How to read a movie | Roger Ebert’s Journal | Roger Ebert
“How to Read a Movie” is way cool. Thx @dogtrax http://t.co/NeoXTGHbtf
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I especially love the scenes from “Knight’s Tale”. It certainly drives home the point of what power there is in well-chosen words!
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