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103 Things to Do Before/During/After Reading

103 Things to Do Before/During/After Reading
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Lesson of the Day: ‘How to Get the Most Out of Art (Even When You’re Not Sure... How do these three questions prompt you to do something similar to some of the suggestions made in the article you just read? Can you apply them to some of the pieces you found in your art collection? If you’d like to practice your visual observation skills, join us Mondays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Eastern when facilitators from our partner organization, Visual Thinking Strategies, come to our site to live-moderate student responses. Or click through the slide show above and choose an image and apply the questions on your own or with others. Use Art as a Source of Strength This spring, as museums in New York closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Museum of Modern Art asked its staff members about art they have found themselves thinking of for solace, support and inspiration. Consider How Art Can Train Doctors and Police Officers Art educators aren’t the only ones who think that looking closely and noticing detail in images can be good for your brain. Take an “Awe Walk” in Nature

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English Literature Study Guides | Home Page Romans / Nouvelles > Policier > Page 1 - In Libro Veritas Patric.H.Derrez Le Bourreau du Christ Quand la ville somnole un homme marche. Dans l'antre du christ, au sein de sa demeure, il penettre pour y semer la mort. Le Bourreau du Christ est un polar sombre et torturé, à la limite du surrealisme, entre rêve et réalité. In Libro Veritas vous propose des milliers d'oeuvres à lire gratuitement. D. Catégorie : Romans / Nouvelles > Policier Le scénario de "Mars Girl" évolue entre le thriller et la SF. Publiée le 18/07/2005 sous licence Creative Commons by-nc-nd 2.0 Lire gratuitement plumes sur 5 17580 lectures 197 pages Bernard Lancourt MicMac de BigMac « Je sortis du néant comme j'y avais plongé : la tête la première et l'estomac à l'envers. Publiée le 12/06/2005 sous licence Creative Commons by-nc-nd 2.0 Ajouter à votre livre Télécharger (env. 2 €)Lire gratuitement 16314 lectures 315 pages DEMOTIER Graimet vieillit mal, par Démotég@rp Le plus grand roman policier jamais écrit par G@rp et Démotier. 7144 lectures 187 pages Mots clés : auteur, perigord, enquete

Lire en anglais Beth Newingham: Reading Workshop: What It Looks Like in My Classroom | Teaching Matters In my classroom, students are allowed to read in different places around the classroom rather than being confined to their desks. The place they choose to read is called their "book nook." There are many comfy places to read in our classroom including a couch, dish chairs, dice stools, and beanbags. While it is great to have so many comfortable options for independent reading, it can also lead to arguments over who gets to read in the extra special pieces of furniture. For this reason, we have a book nook rotation schedule in our classroom. Shopping for Books at the Classroom Library In my classroom, students are not allowed to "shop" for books during independent reading time. Talking Back to Books on Sticky Notes While there are times when I provide students with a specific handout on which to record their thinking, there are many other times when I just want them to write about their reading on sticky notes as they make their way through their books. The Reader's Notebook Closing

LibriVox | free public domain audiobooks The 50-Word Fiction Competition Can you write a story in just 50 words? Each month we’ll provide a prompt to get you started, but where the story goes from there is entirely up to you. The competition includes two categories, All-Age and Young Writers (under the age of 18). A prize will be awarded to a writer in each category: Whether you're a seasoned writer or you've always fancied picking up a pen, why not give it a go? Need some inspiration or tips? September's prompt Write your own very short fairy tale See the full-size image here How to enter You can submit one entry to either the all-age category or the young writers category. To submit your story, please complete the form below. We welcome entries in Scots or Gaelic for both categories. Entries for September's competition close on Sunday September 27th. Due to the high volume of entries received we are unable to give feedback. You will receive a confirmation message on screen after submitting. Submit your story July's Winners Read all the previous winning stories here.

Sortir du rouge - Libération Connected Youth - Book Lists For a decade, the Austin Public Library has proudly offered an award winning Teen Services program to the teens of Austin. The Connected Youth project, launched in 2009, introduced laptops and creative new programs to the Austin Public Library system. Connected Youth is an exciting expansion of our longstanding services for Austin Teens. Connected Youth Teen Cards Teens (ages 12 through 17) can now apply for a Connected Youth Teen card. This card lets you check out regular library collection materials such as books, DVDs, and manga. Step By Step - How Do I Get a Teen Card? Be between the ages of 12-17. Step By Step - How Do I Check Out Laptops? Get a Teen Library Card (see above). Locations - Connected Youth Laptops Each Teen Center has laptops which are available for check-out, and Teen Services Librarians offer open houses and activities at their home branches as well as other APL branches. Program History: Wired for Youth

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