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Kathleen Carter
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Kathleen Carter replied to Tracey Albee's discussion Mentor Text by. Brenda Kiriluk in the group Persuasive Writing Ideas
"Brenda, I love this topic, and given the state of our economy, persuasion is perfect right now! Our neighboring state of Ca. is currently considering shutting down some of its parks as a way to balance their budget. Maybe you could have students…"
Nov 8, 2009
Kathleen Carter replied to Sandra Bivens's discussion mentor text rough draft of review in the group Persuasive Writing Ideas
"Sandra.... this is a great idea! Nice way of incorporating writing into the Social Studies curriculum! Another project you could do is have them write some topics (that they feel strongly about) down on pieces of paper and put them in a hat. You…"
Nov 8, 2009
Kathleen Carter replied to Kathleen Carter's discussion Kate's Mentor Text Review in the group Teaching Persuasive Writing
"Thanks Barb... This is a great book for SO many things! I will bring it to class tonight. Kate"
Nov 2, 2009
Barb replied to Kathleen Carter's discussion Kate's Mentor Text Review in the group Teaching Persuasive Writing
"This sounds like a great book for more than just persuasive. Studnets could brainstorm a great list of onomopedia words to use in any writing they chose to use with this book. Thanks for sharing. I will check it out. Barb"
Nov 1, 2009
Kathleen Carter added a discussion to the group Teaching Persuasive Writing
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Kate's Mentor Text Review

Pssssst! It's Me... the Bogeyman by Barbara ParkThe picture book, Pssssst! It's Me... the Bogeyman is a silly, sarcastic look at the world according to a very upset Bogeyman. In the story, the Bogeyman is angry because of what he believes is an inaccurate newspaper headline. "The Bogeyman will get ya if ya don't watch out!" screams the headline... and the Bogeyman is furious! He finds himself telling his tales of woe to a boy (who is never named)."My job is to scare ya. I don't want to raise…See More
Nov 1, 2009

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