Tristan Bancks | Australian Children's & Teen Author | Kids' & YA Books: Outdoor Writing
The power of Nature to inspire young writers https://t.co/MgaWKoG3fJ #nature #writing #literacy #education #engchat https://t.co/7UHUMkF5BA
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Hypothes.is on Twitter: "Join us Monday evening for discussion of how HS Ts can use social annotation to engage students w the '16 election!
#2nextprez @2nextprez @writingproject @KQEDedspace @hypothes_is @csloan @JoelRGarza @thereadingzone @onewheeljoe https://t.co/1KoIn5z8jd
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Sarah Andersen on Twitter: "https://t.co/d68hQmXIGW"
Rosie O'Donnell & James Corden Rap "Hamilton" – YouTube
@Rosie & @JKCorden Rap @HamiltonMusical , you must see this @Lin_Manuel @TheTonyAwards https://t.co/UxaCBeqQFw
Text to Text | ‘Stop Revering Magna Carta’ and ‘Eight Centuries of Liberty’ – The New York Times
Using Twitter to Interact, But Science Communication to Preach › From The Lab Bench
Using Twitter to Interact, But Science Communication to Preach – https://t.co/27OxTmX8nv via @scilogscom
Kimberly Barrante on Twitter: "@Lin_Manuel Any advice for a storyteller trying to write a cradle-to-grave biopic? How did you decide what to include/not include?"
Start by writing the parts of the story that inspire you. That will form a spine of its own. https://t.co/J1WJunh9xl
Great prompt for notebook writing with my seniors:
Great prompt for notebook writing with my seniors: The Letter Your Teenager Can’t Write You https://t.co/XHxPxqxSbe #engchat #nwp
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Edwyna Wheadon Postgraduate Training Scholarship Fund.pdf
Teens aren’t ruining language https://t.co/8iZY3A
Teens aren’t ruining language https://t.co/KPTpTHfdlG https://t.co/8iZY3ACMcT
cristina on Twitter: "@Lin_Manuel hello lin! what's the last book you've read?"
Hoping to finish the new Cormoran Strike on this flight.
Last book? New Sarah Vowell. I loved. Would recommend. https://t.co/SO4fXBMDp0
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