29: The Choice Literacy Book Club Discusses My Hero Academia

Episode 29 May 27, 2021 00:37:01
29: The Choice Literacy Book Club Discusses My Hero Academia
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29: The Choice Literacy Book Club Discusses My Hero Academia
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Show Notes

 Enjoy listening as the Choice Literacy Book Club discusses My Hero Academia, Volume 1 by Kohei Horikoshi.

Click here for the Choice Literacy Book Club about My Hero Academia, Volume 1.

This year the Choice Literacy Book Club was formed. You will find a book talk video and a Padlet where our community has shared their thoughts about the book. Feel free to join! Click here to find out more about the Choice Literacy Book Club!

Contributors Discussing My Hero Academia

Order of joining the conversation:

Dana Murphy
Cathy Mere
Stella Villalba
Christy Rush-Levine
Gretchen Schroeder
David Pittman
Ruth Ayres

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Join the Choice Literacy Book Club! Stella Villalba selected the June pick. It is Hear My Voice compiled by Warren Binford. You can hear Stella's book talk in "the club." Grab a copy, and join the conversation using the hashtag #ChoiceLiteracyBookClub. 

Mary Helen Gensch explains how to find craft lessons in beloved children's books. She uses a mentor text with an engaging main character to describe the process. This is the first installment in a three-part series.

Gretchen Schroeder explains how she helps her high school students play with and create better similes.

Tara Barnett and Kate Mills help young writers move away from seeing editing as "adding more details," and toward developing more specific language for the revision process.

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