Posts Tagged ‘literature’:

OASL reflections

I attended the OASL 2010 conference in Bend, Oregon on October 8th and 9th.  I attended the afternoon pre-conference and several sessions on Saturday that have impacted my understanding and teaching as a teacher librarian. On Friday afternoon, I had the pleasure to hear Jerene Battisti and Angelina Benedetti share newly published books at their

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Got books? Promoting YA literature using Technology

Reach your teen audience with creative ways that promote reading and Young Adult literature using free or open-source technology tools. 1.  READ Posters: Following the format of READ posters create by the American Library Association, take photos of staff members and students dressed in costumes holding a companion book.  Add the words READ and a

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Nominate your TOP TEN Young Adult books by 10-10-10

Join a collaborative project.  Go to: http://10-10-10.wikispaces.com/ Get Involved: This wiki is open to anyone who loves YA books. You don’t have to be a teacher-librarian to share your love of reading! Choose a theme: You can recommend your TOP TEN YA books of all time, TOP TEN YA fantasy books or even your TOP TEN

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