Despite its slow start, The Andromeda Strain is starting to pick up and be more realistic. Check out the first book of the COVID-19 Stack!
Lord of the Flies is this week’s Reading Roll Call feature. Check out why I’m reading it and hoping to do with this text in class.
This week’s Reading Roll Call book is one of the most popular books students choose out of the Classroom Library. I want to read it and find out why.
I’ve been catching up on the Murder Squad, a podcast hosted by Billy Jensen and Paul Holes. In a recent episode both hosts and Karen Kilgariff talk about Jensen’s book which is the focus of this week’s Reading Roll Call.
This week’s Reading Roll Call is a recap and reflection on the titles I’ve called during the Reading Roll Call activity in 2019.
Last minute Christmas shopping in Barnes & Noble led me to finding this week’s Reading Roll Call selection. Check out how this book reminded me of Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser and Diners, Drive In, and Dives.
The first installment of Reading Roll Call is having me explore what it means to be nerdy in America!
It’s the first full day of summer break for me! One of the goals of my Summer Blogging Project is to share more this summer, especially the books I’m reading. Throughout the school year, I have students read a ton of different texts. In order to for them to read, comprehend, and analyze all of…
Voting for Book Bracket 2019’s Sweet 16 is complete! Check out the results and punny announcements for each day’s winners and losers below. High School Favorites Region Monday, March 25 There was no fault in Harry’s stars. 58 points for Gryffindor! (1) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone – 58 (4) The Fault in Our…
The results of Book Bracket each year are determined by students in a daily voting activity. Based on which way you want students to vote each day, it can take up a few minutes to up to ten. In the past, I have had students conduct their voting in multiple ways. Here is a breakdown…