Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You - Educator's Guide

This guide suggests a month-long approach to reading and discussing Stamped with middle-school and high-school readers in English, English Language Arts, Social Studies, History, and Humanities classrooms. A daily pacing recommendation is provided for reading Stamped in about three weeks.


Breathing New Life into Book Clubs

Whether you’re looking to breathe new life into book clubs or begin implementing them in your classroom, Sonja and Dana give you essential strategies to make book clubs work. “Because book clubs,” they write, “are where students fall in love with reading.”


Teaching Interpretation

What does interpretation really mean? What does it look like in the classroom?  How can we effectively teach students of all reading levels to be successful at constructing interpretations?


Critical Literacy: Unlocking Contemporary Fiction

This unit is unlike what most of us experienced in our English classes as teens. It’s not an all-class novel unit, nor a classic interpretation unit, nor a canonical text unit. Like the novel at the heart of this unit—Ibi Zoboi’s Pride: A Pride and Prejudice Remix—this unit offers a new take on an old classic.


Flip Your Writing Workshop

Discover how a blended approach using flipped learning can increase efficiency in your writing workshop, while fostering independent learning and student engagement at the same time.

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