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Talking Points is published by WLU, the Whole Language Umbrella, a conference of NCTE. Talking Points helps promote literacy research and the use of whole language instruction in classrooms. It provides a forum for parents, classroom teachers, and researchers to reflect about literacy and learning. (Published semiannually, October and May.)

April 2008 Talking Points cover

Editors: Edie Lanphar and Phil Fitzsimmons

San Roque School                                 University of Wollongong
Santa Barbara, CA                                 Wollongong, Australia


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These budding young artists and writers are learning about the power of pictures and the magic that happens when words and pictures work together to make their picture "come alive." This deepening of understanding about the relationship between words and pictures, and particularly about the power of strong verbs to make their picture appear to come to life, is part of the magic of artists/writers workshop.

 Beth Olshansky, "Making Magic: Bringing Words and Pictures Together" (October 2008 Talking Points, p. 10-11)

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The WLU Board is seeking a new editorial team for Talking Points beginning with Volume 22, Number 1, the October 2010 issue.  Deadline for applications is July 16, 2009Read about the process and apply today!


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