I wrote 4 summer reading lists.
- PD Reads
Texts and Lessons f0r Content-Area Writing by N.Steineke and H.Daniels
Visible Learning for Literacy by D.Fisher, N.Frey and J.Hattie
as well as:
140 Twitter Tips for Educators which is on my kindle.
2. YA Reads
I know that I must do more than just read reviews about trending YA books. In order to guide my ELLs to books they’ll enjoy; I will read the books first in order to create intriguing book talks. So here are my summer YA reads.
3. Personal Reads
I cleared my book shelves recently and am still left with 2 shelves (plus a list of crime/thriller, comfort reading books on my Kindle) that I want to curl up with in my armchair. What a choice!
Harry Potter is there because I’d like to reread the magic.
4. My read aloud list for my granddaughter
The greatest pleasure. Emily’s book shelves are filling up very quickly.