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Maia C Brons on Twitter: "A professor once told me to, when editing, re-read your work separately for every editing "theme". Compartmentalising editing should make it more productive, rather than endlessly reviewing & finding different issues every time. Here's themes I cover when editing: 1/2 @PhDVoice" / Twitter
🌍 ναℓєηтιηα gσηzαℓєz on Twitter: "We should not underestimate the power of talk in the writing sequence. Talk can be tucked in multiple times throughout writing. BEFORE students write independently WHILE they write independently and AFTER they write independently #pd4uandme… https://t.co/qLDUcaxaFG"
Emeny on Twitter: "#Translanguaging in my classroom; I was blown away with the results. All of this was done with little guidance from me (10 mins Home lang. 15 mins Eng.) My Italian student is new to English, and look what he could do! @JamesDykman #ellchat #ellsapd #eal #EnglishTeacher… https://t.co/ipjS6pMo7i"
Carrie Deahl on Twitter: "Yesterday, I used Linda Reif’s Rambling Autobiography as a quickwrite with my sophomores. Haylee asked me to read her response. I am heartbroken, inspired, humored, and honored to have her in class! Our Ss stories are powerful. @CAWPTeachers @PhoenixUnionHS @ncte… https://t.co/7GuLg4UCKe"