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From the Current Issue:
Poems for All Seasons: NCTE 2015 Notable Poetry List
Find the Notable Poetry list from the 2015 NCTE Award for Excellence in Poetry for Children. School Library Journal, April 2015
Marilyn Singer, the winner of the 2015 NCTE Award for Excellence in Poetry for Children and writer of over 100 books for children and young adults, including Mirror, Mirror, will be honored and speak at the Children's Book Awards Luncheon and at a Poetry Award session during the NCTE Annual Convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in November.
Celebrate Poetry Month by Listening to the Pulitzer Prize Poetry winner Gregory Pardlo (for Digest) read "Palling Around."
Happy Birthday (on April 23) to William Shakespeare! from ReadWriteThink.org
"Working with Shakespeare": Literacy & NCTE Blog, April 19, 2015
"Connecting Students with Shakespeare's Poetry: Digital Creations of Close Reading": English Journal, March 2015
Reading Shakespeare Film First from NCTE
What Is the Role of Poetry in Literacy Learning?
From learning to read to reading in science, from edible words to the foundation of literacy, poetry is vital to literacy learning. Check out the archive of this #nctechat hosted by Mary Lee Hahn and Janet Wong, complete with dozens of poetry and teaching with poetry suggestions.
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