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  Modeling is one of the most powerful instructional tools a teacher has at their disposal. Teaching students how to write requires a great deal of modeling. You will learn about different ways to model writing and how to begin deconstructing mentor text for the purpose of learning the author's craft. This text includes examples of modeling, as well as guidance for writing alongside your students. Power Modeling: How-to Teach Kids to Write was written for both new and growing writing teachers of grades K-12. Although the examples are written primarily for upper elementary and middle school, all of the modeling techniques can be applied in some form or another throughout the grade levels. 
  This professional learning electronic booklet (7967 words; approximately 25 8 1/2 x 11 typewritten pages) is written for the busy teacher who is looking for a quick read. 



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Magic happens when teachers read aloud to their students. Sharing a book, poem, or nonfiction text motivates reluctant readers, and provides rich opportunities to teach with intention. You will learn why reading aloud is an important instructional tool, how to read like a drama queen (or king), how to teach reading strategies and skills during a read aloud session, and how to engage students in thinking about meaning. Read Aloud Magic: Intentional Teaching Through Reading Aloud was written for both new and growing teachers in grades K-12. Although the examples are written primarily for elementary, secondary teachers can apply the teaching strategies to appropriate texts for their classes. This professional learning electronic booklet (9040 words; approximately 34 8 1/2 x 11 typewritten pages) is written for the busy teacher who is looking for a quick read.  

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Inspire creativity with your acting students. This book is packed with 400 fresh improvisational scenarios and games that will stimulate your student's imaginations and push them to a new level of response. There are monologue improvs, duet improvs, small cast improvs, stimulus improvs, and improv games for the secondary and adult class.



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