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Popular tweets tagged with #TellYourStory:
Mary @Mwallauerteach🔁 A5 For the hundred thousand time: Graphic Novels Are Real Books! #kidsdeserveit #tellyourstory
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GingerLee Charles @gingerleeGESD🔁A1: All about those relationships. Find something they are interested in and connect with them over it. Once you have a relationship with a student they will jump through fire for you, because they know you would do the same for them!
Helen Wilt @HelenWilt🔁A5 Book reports that produce 1 final project that all look exactly alike (see diorama below) twitter.com
Bretta Wyatt @ABookishGypsy🔁 A5 For the hundred thousand time: Graphic Novels Are Real Books! #kidsdeserveit #tellyourstory
Founder Gym @foundergym🔁“Tell your truth until somebody hears.” - Thank you for all of the gems you dropped this evening like Steve Kerr in ‘96. 🙌🏾 🏀
Janice Kuharski @kuharskijm1🔁A8 When we reached the page where parents are arguing in Love by & I shared where I'd go when my parents argued&how scared I felt. It opened the floodgate of venting & shooed away the feeling of loneliness,class after class.
Theresa Crowley @peachytc🔁A1 We have to bathe kids in beautiful books every day. No excuses about or whining about mandates. We make room for what we value and if we don’t value books and time to read them, then we have a problem!
SheskeyS @SheskeyS🔁 I invite everyone to on Monday at 8pmEST for an All-star cast discussing . & are two of the guest moderators.
Mrs. Posch @MrsPosch🔁A2: I have found that books "Crossover", "Booked", and now "Rebound" are EXCELLENT books to hook a reluctant reader (and it's easy to access poetry that isn't hard or scary).


Andrea Hansen @TheNewAndreaH🔁 by the rings on your finger,… instagram.com
aylafecero @AylaFecero🔁Always crumbs, never a meal. twitter.com
Barbara Bray @bbray27🔁Take some time to think of everything that’s been accomplished this year. How have your Ss grown because of you? How have you grown because of your Ss?
Nataliya Brylynska @NBrylynska🔁A3 - celebrate- expand your reading goals - share - talk about and try something new ....📚
Michael Pinto @ColePrincipal🔁Said Hall of Fame pitcher Dizzy Dean: “It ain’t braggin’ if you really done it.”
Educators, we have an obligation to share our positive, successful practices!

tom flight @tomtakeflight🔁A1 The first step for engaging your most reluctant readers is to engage your reluctant teacher. We ALL have the inner reserve to celebrate and elevate EVERY child. We owe it to them to be FULL IN!
W Jane Harvey @Harvey_WJane🔁A3: Talk is everything. In EVERY classroom you should be making time to talk books. To share your reading life with your students (even as administrators)


TJ @B_ballCoach🔁I forgot to post information for yesterday, sorry. At our summer camp, we focused on perseverance, positive praise, and constructive criticism today. We also had an awesome time to today.
Kasie Longoria @kasiejackson48🔁I LOVE it!! You should have joined my twitter chat tonight! Follow to see all the ideas for literacy! PS: so glad yo twitter.com ur twitter isn’t invisible anymore!!
Kelly Hoggard #champforkids🥊 @khoggardGRT🔁A5 Topics, selections, or authors that are forced! Ts that continue to choose their own personal favorites with no r twitter.com egard to Ss input will turn off readers!
TJ @TeachTJT🔁A8: I like to tell them about my experiences as a reluctant reader and my difficulty to this day with writing. I talk twitter.com to them about what my college professor, who finally turned my writing around by focusing on what I was doing right, did for me.
TJ @TeachTJT🔁A2: Harry Potter. I read aloud Sorcerer’s (Philosopher’s) Stone during our first quarter. The rest of the year, stude twitter.com nts throughout my class were fighting over my (and he School library) class library copies, and I have 3 entire sets on my shelf.
JoAnne Reed @JoReeding🔁A5: taking away student choice in which books they read. Making them read books only at their level. Who cares if they can’t read every word in a harder book, I want them to read what they are interested in!
ᗩlyson ᑕarpenter @alysoncarp1🔁A5 You have to finish the book you checkout! Again, shared that NO ONE should have to read a book that is not an 8-10 in their own personal reader opinion. Having to produce evidence that you read is also a big turn off.
The Wild @thewildfilm🔁Behind every hook is a story...Bristol Bay holds an anthology of them. 📷 by Kai Raymond#savebristolbay twitter.com
TJ @TeachTJT🔁I forgot to post information for yesterday, sorry. At our summer camp, we focused on perseverance, positive praise, twitter.com and constructive criticism today. We also had an awesome time to today.
Magen Pike @PikeArrt🔁What ever we want our students to do, we have to do it too. Model, share, share, share. Share our emotions & reflections. Have that safe trustworthy classroom environment when everyone can takes risks in their writing.
Mrs. Smirch @SmirchKinders🔁A1: In kinder, most of my students come in feeling like they “can’t read” or they don’t know how...YET. I allow them twitter.com to pick books that they like and model for them how they can be successful readers even before they can identify what the words say!
Stephanie Shallcross @Shallcr3🔁A5 taking choice away! I am blessed with teachers who responded positively when I shared a clip of Dav Pilkey speaking in favor of letting kids choose, and then said that I would no longer allow any type of choice-limiting behaviors to happen in our library.
Globalcoach @coachjmonet🔁Thank you for a wonderful chat friends! We hope that you'll join tomorrow night as we begin a new series: Taking a Fresh Look at our Practices. It’s time to question whether our choices help or hinder.
Stephanie Shallcross @Shallcr3🔁A3 I sound like a broken record but...relationships! Kids love the time I spend with 1or2 of them walking the stacks and pulling out books. They know bc I've said it over & over its ok to say no, we will keep looking. It's also ok to abandon a book.
Ginger Schwartz @SchwartzGinger🔁Those tough kids, the ones that exhaust us and make us question what we’re doing every day, the ED kids with the behavior plans, they need us to be THEIR safe place, to hear THEM, to be THEIR champion too.
Sonya Fox @SonyaFox🔁“Tell your truth until somebody hears.” - Thank you for all of the gems you dropped this evening like Steve Kerr in twitter.com ‘96. 🙌🏾 🏀
Seventy @fatandtatted70🔁'Thank you to everyone who attended the first screening of my film . Stay the course and keep faith' - another amazing alumni making us with his films!
Jessica Catrett @jessicacatrett1🔁 A1: Make time for Independent choice reading. Students are more likely to become readers if they can choose! 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Kate Petersen @KateJPetersen🔁I had a Ramona Quimby diary in second grade. I remember sitting on the floor with it and being simultaneously excite twitter.com d to have it and worried because I had no idea what to write.
Christy McManus @TNStudentsWrite🔁A3 READ WRITE TALK is the thread that should be woven across our entire day. And I’m talking about meaningful purposeful and inviting Read Write Talk!
Mrs. Smirch @SmirchKinders🔁A2: my students love anything by Mo willems, drew daywalt and the book with no pictures. They are also drawn to books twitter.com with Pokémon, superheroes, paw patrol, shopkins etc.
Marie Claire Andrea @marieclaireand🔁Document Your Process // #TellYourStory // MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A. // Playing at #AFIDOCS youtube.com @MIAuniverse
Mrs. Smirch @SmirchKinders🔁A5: taking away student choice in which books they read. Making them read books only at their level. Who cares if the twitter.com y can’t read every word in a harder book, I want them to read what they are interested in!
Mrs. Klettheimer @Mrs_Klettheimer🔁A5: Packets upon packets of worksheets that “go” with a book 🙄 Just because it’s cutesy and you get it from Pinterest or TpT, doesn’t mean it is meaningful or acceptable to use. Worksheets don’t grow dendrites!
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Nico Locco @akosinicolocco🔁One day you’ll have to look back and tell your story, make it one worth telling💭
#tellyourstory #masayabuhay #NicoLodians
ShirleyAlexisBrady➰ @shirleyalexis🔁Toxic families have scapegoats. They do not like to assume responsibility.


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Heather Munao @bookiemonster00🔁A8 we can make sure that we got got the invitation to the reading party too. I can’t say loudly enough and often enough that if we don’t read, we are complicit in the demise of would be readers. We’re delusional if we think otherwise
Kate Martin 🌎🌍🌏 @K810Mt🔁Q1: When faced with a reluctant reader I talk with them, find out about their interests, and make suggestions. I also put them on my radar and check back with them frequently.
Kate Martin 🌎🌍🌏 @K810Mt🔁Q4. Everything! Reading has to be the culture of your room. The teacher has to model a love for reading which then trickles down to the learners. Also, you have to create a class where there is more to reading than out of a text book or test practice passage.
Kate Martin 🌎🌍🌏 @K810Mt🔁A5: late to the party 🤦🏻‍♀️ however, being forced to read the same book as my peers made reading not enjoyable for me especially when the story didn’t capture my attention. Freedom to choose from a T selected variety was much more engaging
Kate Martin 🌎🌍🌏 @K810Mt🔁A4: Students should be surrounded by books in all classes. I must be joyful when I talk about books (and writing!) w/ students or I imply that reading (& writing) are not joyful practices.
Ro Menendez @romenendez14🔁Thank you and for a necessary idea share to help our at-promise readers! It was fun and insightful! twitter.com
Mrs. Posch @MrsPosch🔁A7:I love mentor texts to “Spark” 💡 interests. I use the text The Best Story to help Ss see what some writers must consider when writing a story. Ss love this book and then we compile lists of things we’d love to write about & revisit all year!
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Ro Menendez @romenendez14🔁A8 When we reached the page where parents are arguing in Love by & I shared where I'd go when my parents argued&how twitter.com scared I felt. It opened the floodgate of venting & shooed away the feeling of loneliness,class after class.
Angelica M. Ernst @AngieErnst4🔁Thank you & all the strong, committed Educators & Administrators putting in the WORK. ONWARDS!
Julie Klein @jeklein1010🔁A7 Reading and writing are reciprocal and the best thing that we can do is to celebrate that reciprocal relationship by marrying them in the ultimate union so that one lifts and strengthens the other
Summer Fisher @summerfisher30🔁I remember writing my first story in 2nd grade— it was about a kangaroo who lived in the jungle.. hmmm...I always was twitter.com an “outside the box” thinker! 🤔
Ro Menendez @romenendez14🔁A8 Speaking Spanish in a non-bilingual school brings a sense of community and relief to Hispanic students. A little g twitter.com irl gave me a card thanking me for having someone to speak Spanish to in the hallway.
Diana @dzdazzle🔁A8: Students learn how to share and be vulnerable when it is modeled for them. As a teacher, I must show my students twitter.com that it is not only okay to be truly seen and heard, but that it is what connects us to each other as humans.
Catherine Williams @cathwilliams05🔁What ever we want our students to do, we have to do it too. Model, share, share, share. Share our emotions & reflecti twitter.com ons. Have that safe trustworthy classroom environment when everyone can takes risks in their writing.
Carol Varsalona @cvarsalona🔁Enjoy your time presenting Todd and I will see you at next Monday at 8PMEST. Thanks for inviting me to this w twitter.com onderful chat. I really enjoyed this group of edus.
Ro Menendez @romenendez14🔁A8 Just today I dropped off a📚at a student's home.Mom shared that 2nd grader was being held back.I shared how I started kind twitter.com er at 6. I told him it was a bit of a sting to always be the oldest,but I showed them I was just as smart as everyone else.
Jenny Mitchell💡 @JMitchellELA🔁🙌 We must regularly & excitedly share w/ our Ss the books we feel they should read w/ our personal recommendation & twitter.com account of the “why”, or we aren’t being authentic stewards of what we expect! “Practice what you preach”, right?
Valerie Tilton @valerietilton🔁Books, books & more books. Opportunity to read, share & talk about stories & characters. It may take a lot of reading to & reading with our reluctant readers before they find that special connection. Don’t give up.
Carol Varsalona @cvarsalona🔁A8 Now that is a real story that students can relate to. Being a partner to your students builds relationships. twitter.com
M-A Allison, NBCT @dennyswif🔁 Q8 Sharing experiences builds Ss love it when I share&use community.My tidbits of my life as reading responses&writing love to twitter.com get to know their Ts-love to hear our mistakes&joys.Also important to listen to them.
Lynne Perednia @Perednia🔁Passion is a must! In an intervention class, one S looked hard at me one day. "You really like this, don't you?" said twitter.com my 8th grader. "Yes," I had to say. He was the hardest worker in the class for the rest of the semester.
Ro Menendez @romenendez14🔁"... as much as I wanted to color every single space of the TX Bluebonnet Awards Nominees map,this 📚was impossible twitter.com to get through,w all the other 📚waiting for me to read,I just moved on." That proved a perfect reader doesn't like every book or finishes each one.
Ro Menendez @romenendez14🔁A8I read the Texas Bluebonnet Award Nominees before the voting year starts. I am honest of how much I like or disli twitter.com ke, or how I abandoned this or that title without shame! This empowers readers to do the same. Last year I read 19/20 I said... 1/2
Carol Varsalona @cvarsalona🔁I did not introduce myself in six words Travis so I am backtracking to Tell : Wonderologist connecting with life, lea twitter.com rning, nature

Amy Nichols @anichols32🔁What great conversations! Happy to reflect and grow with each of you #kidsdeserveit #tellyourstory
Rich @SBValleyWriter🔁Went to a basketball game in 1990. 19-year-old out of high school. Cold Turkey. Didn't know a thing about journalism. twitter.com Turned it into a 20-year career.

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