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Voices from the Middle Podcast, Vol. 24, Episode 10

The NCTE Voices from the Middle Podcast is a radio show featuring middle level ELA teachers from across the United States, practitioner-leaders in our field, YA and middle grades authors, and other surprise guests. Some podcasts tie to specific issues of the print publication Voices from the Middle, published by the National Council of Teachers of English. Music by Lee Rosevere.

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In this episode, we speak with YA author Eliot Schrefer about his experiences conducting classroom visits and some of his fondest memories of speaking with young adults. English teacher Sarah Gross joins Eliot to talk about the ways in which she has prepared her students for some of Eliot’s visits to her classroom, and she shares the impact that author visits have had on her students. In addition, Beth Shaum is back with a new segment of Voices from the Bookshelf, in which she book talks the graphic novels Teen Boat! by Dave Roman and John Green, Relish by Lucy Knisley, and Giants Beware by Jorge Aguirre and Rafael Rosado.

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