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SOLSC + Social Media

WRITE your slice. SHARE your link. GIVE some comments to (at least three) other slicers. If you're leaving your comment early in the day, please consider returning this evening or tomorrow to read some of our evening posters' slices.

WRITE your slice. SHARE your link. GIVE some comments to (at least three) other slicers.
If you’re leaving your comment early in the day, please consider returning this evening or tomorrow to read some of our evening posters’ slices.

Seems like Facebook is always changing things around, right?

Last week, I learned two Facebook-related things happened. First, I read an article, thanks to someone in my PLN, that explained Facebook users can no  longer make themselves private in searches. (Learn more by clicking here.)  Second, I received a marketing e-mail asking me if I’d like to get more likes for TWT by advertising on Facebook.  Seeing as this has always been and will always be an ad-free blog, the answer to that was a definite no.  Therefore, that leads me to believe Facebook is showing the content to an even smaller percentage of people who have liked the Two Writing Teachers Page on Facebook.

If you follow TWT on Facebook and want to continue seeing the links we post to informative articles and interesting blog posts we read, then please follow these directions so you will see all of our postings in your news feed:

1.  Hover over the “liked” button on the TWT page.

2.  Click “get notifications.”

3.  Click “show in news feed.”

4.  Click “settings > all updates.”

Stacey Shubitz View All

Literacy Consultant. Author. Former 4th and 5th Grade Classroom Teacher.

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      • That’s so strange. Did you get an error message? If so, please lmk what it was.
        Thanks for reading and commenting (here). My daughter’s teacher speaks a lot about not teaching young ones about stranger danger this young. As long as they’re with you, they’re safe. Hence, I let her say hi to as many people as she wants (while I hold her hand). She really is pure love and joy. Thanks for noticing!

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    • Elisa – Great to have you back!
      I was unable to find a comment box on your blog post. Is your blog open to comments?
      That being said, I really connected with item #3, “Give kids 10 minutes of independent reading one day and 45 minutes on another day. Make it consistent so students can plan for their reading.” Consistency across the day is important, but especially when it comes to independent reading time since we want kids to work towards building stamina!

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