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Develop thinking. Develop writing. Develop both through reading.

Robina Begum-EAL coordinator

What enters your mind when planning for EAL learners? For me as an EAL teacher and a mainstream subject teacher, whole-class teaching is at the forefront of my mind where all learners can benefit from EAL teaching strategies. 750 more words

Literacy

By chance

The event awaits;

a happy development.

Serendipity.

Blogging

Stuffed

Animals.

particularly birds.

Stockings.

preferably mine.

Bellies.

probably some.

Stuffed is the past tense.

There is no going back.

Happy Holidays! 🍗🌽🥕🍹🍗

Writing

Oscar Wants a Library for Elsipogtog: Meet Wicked Ideas’ new journalist

I was just a toddler when I’d ask mom to tell me the story of Moses again and again. I’d be sitting bedside with my little brown feet swaying, wide eyed as I heard the tale of Moses floating away in a basket surrounded by reeds. 75 more words

Oscar Baker Iii

Diverse December TBR

Hey all, Dani here.

I think I’m ready for all the food I’m going to eat tomorrow. I have two, possibly three, Thanksgiving meals to attend. 760 more words

Books!

Are Lift the Flap Books Helping Your Toddler's Development?

I am an avid reader of lift-the-flap books. “Where’s Spot?” He’s in the kitchen! What does the zoo finally send the narrator of “Dear Zoo”? A puppy! 245 more words

​THE MASS OF THE LITERATE BUT UNEDUCATED | by Ola Afolasade

There is a whole lot of difference between being literate and being educated. Passing through the four walls of school, or knowing how to read and write or having the highest degree grade does not necessarily mean that you are educated. 621 more words