In this review of In The Woods by Tana French, we’ll delve into reader expectations and narration as we explore what works and what doesn’t.
You need an aresnal of resources to teach staying on topic. Here are eight, mostly no print, ideas for teaching topic maintenance.
Staying on topic is a vital skill—and not just socially! Let’s talk topic maintenance and why it matters for pragmatics, literacy, and more.
Learning how to live offline when the world around us has gone digital doesn’t have to be difficult. Just look to the wizarding world!
Fall is the perfect time to read a murder mystery! But why are some better than others? Here are 3 characteristics of a great murder mystery.
Creating a calm and cozy classroom environment is important not only for maintaining the sanity of teachers but also for our students’ success.
What is the difference between shared, interactive, and dialogic reading? Why are they important and how should you use them? Let’s chat!
I’ve taken a break from working as an SLP, but that doesn’t mean I regret the last 9 years.
I read 14 books over the summer. Let’s talk about them.