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It’s Tuesday: Welcome to Slice of Life!

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Many slicers spent the month of March finding inspiration, writing, sharing, and commenting every day. Throughout the year, we welcome you back together on Tuesdays!


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  1. Focusing my reading/writing this week thinking about the 6 Shifts of Literacy Instruction that are shared by Jan Burkins and Kari Yates in their newest book: Shifting the Balance. I’ve been thinking a lot about the “reading wars” and this dichotomy of either this or that when teaching reading and know that whenever we operate too heavily on one side than the other we miss perspectives and it can become problematic. Here are my initial thoughts after reading the first chapter on listening comprehension:


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