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"Teachers are those who use themselves as bridges, over which they invite their students to cross; then having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create bridges of their own."
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If you have a resource you have developed, please email it to me, and I will place it on our wiki to share with our colleagues in other schools. We will continue adding to the wiki over the next couple of months. I have started a blog too. Take a look and add a comment or post.
Literacy Malden Blog
Welcome to this special resource for teachers in Malden. The purpose of this wikispace is to provide a collection of resources and information to teachers for the implementation of the literacy block. We also will welcome you soon to join in the discussion and sharing of ideas. Enjoy your journey through our Wiki.
Please visit some of the other wikispaces that include work being completed by teachers and staff in the Malden Public Schools:
Resources for Malden ELL Programs
Malden's Focus on Content Area Literacy
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English Language Learners
English Language Learners Home Page
ESL at Malden High School
Structured English Immersion
Instructional Strategies For Reading
Question Answer Relationships
Ideas/Resources for Literacy Centers
Instructional Strategies For Writing
Resources for Writing
Six Traits of Writing
Strategies for Revision
The Five Components of Reading
New Massachusetts ELA Common Core Documents
MAELA2011 and MAEAL2001+2004 Analysis1 11 11.doc
MA CF for ELA and Lit Prepublication edition1.11.11.doc
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