Volume IV, Issue 6
WOW Stories: Connections from the Classroom is a regular on-line publication of WOW containing vignettes written by classroom educators about children’s experiences reading and responding to literature in the classroom setting.
Table of Contents
by Kathy Short
Tri-Cities Global Literacy Community
Seeing Clearly: Global Visions in a Teacher Inquiry Community
by Kelly Wissman
ESL Students Find Themselves and Expand their Horizons through Global Literature
by Heather O’Leary
History Matters: Grade Six Students Reflect on the Effects of War
by Krista Jiampetti
How a Social Action Project Revitalized a Third Grade Response to Intervention Reading Group
by Maggie Burns
“Seeing with New Eyes”: Envisioning Learners as Travelers in New Worlds
by Simeen Tabatabai
Teacher Talk, Hofstra
Expanding the Common Core Text Exemplar List with Global Literature
by Michele Marx
The Common Core Exemplar List and Books Worth Reading
by Joan Zaleski
Finding Quality Global Children’s Literature
by Angela Buffalino-Morgan
Supporting Teachers’ Selection of Texts Beyond CCSS Text Exemplars
by Esmeralda Carini
Global Themes in Poetry Backpacks
by Stephanie Annunziata
Keeping Literature Alive
by Vera Zinnel
Creating Our Cultural Identity Quilt: Using Literature to Explore Who We Are
by Amy Gaddes
A to Z Literacy Movement: Multicultural Book Clubs across Grade Levels
Introduction to Our Community
by Ann Yanchura
Never Underestimate a First Grader
by Mal Keenan
We Should Do This More Often!
by Ann Yanchura
Lessons from Our World of Words Experience
Lesson Plans, Anyone?
by Kimberlee Militello
Learning to Believe in Yourself
by Jenna Brogan
by Gabriela Carbajal
Washington County Reader Leaders
Partnering Public Library services with Public Schools
by Heather Dantzler and Jessica Ross
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2 thoughts on “Building Global Understanding through Collaborative Relationships”
This is wonderful!
What a powerfully arming experience this was!
Bravo Maggie Burns- what a meaningful lesson these boys learned!