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Thursday, 13th August 2020 – Literacy

Listening Response Task

Quality Literature

I am learning how to REVIEW a story just by listening to it. 

I know I can do it when I can:  156 more words

Literacy

Tiny Tots Virtual Summer Storytelling

This morning I attended the Tiny Tots Summer Storytelling session from EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, which I was invited to a few weeks ago. I was really looking forward to this and it didn’t disappoint! 446 more words

Parents

Teaser Tuesday: Word By Word

In the month of July during my Summer Break from school, I have spent a little time every day reading teacher-related books to be inspired and gain some new ideas to keep my teaching practice fresh. 180 more words

Teaching

Easily Misread Words: Resume vs. Resumé

Resume and resumé are easily misread words. They are homographs, meaning words that are spelled the same, but are pronounced differently and mean different things. … 226 more words

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Wednesday, 12th August 2020 – Literacy

 

Quality Literature, Author’s Study

I am learning to think about how Beatrix Potter creates a character. 

I know I can do it when I can:   142 more words

Literacy

The Importance of Reading Stories to Your Child During the Pandemic

Donna Burke Esgro

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Reading, thoughtful reading, is more important than ever for children during this time of social distancing and on-line learning.

Deep reading is the giving up of oneself to a story, falling into the character’s lives, sharing their hopes, fears, successes, and failures. 317 more words