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English Dept Content Mapping Discussion

Page history last edited by Jayson Yeagley 11 years, 3 months ago

I'd like to start a discussion (somewhere) about what works of literature (fiction and/or non-fiction) we teach and when we teach them. In the distant past, we had a meeting 7-12 to discuss this, and sometimes it was a process of "give and take."  Could we use this forum as a place to discuss this without physically meeting? Could the discussion include ideas from the earlier grades as well. Would having something outlined K-12 even be worthwhile? What do you think?

Comments (2)

Dayna Hendricks said

at 6:17 pm on Mar 26, 2013

With the push for text complexity and appropriate grade level reading, I believe it is more important than ever to align our reading materials to the benefit of our students in better preparation for the new State exams, which are way more complex than the current OGT.

Roberta Kerlin said

at 6:35 am on Mar 27, 2013

I agree Dayna. Any opportunity we as teachers have to prepare our students for success is one we should not miss.

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