Like many of you, I have found Jonathan Edwards' "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" to be a challenging text for students in terms of both content and vocabulary. Most 11th grade teachers find this be an especially tedious text to teach; several of you on Twitter shared it has been a struggle … Continue reading Notebook Invitations, Annotation Statements, and Sketchnoting for Introducing and Navigating Challenging Nonfiction
Way back in the day of my graduate school days at the University of Georgia, I took a Folk Literature class with Dr. Linda DeGroff as part of my coursework (sadly, Dr. DeGroff passed away last year). It was in this course I was introduced to the joys of Reader's Theatre. You can find … Continue reading Reader’s Theatre for Introducing Informational Content: It’s Not Just for K-5!