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5 Takeaways from HMH's Fall Literacy Leadership Talks

5 Takeaways from HMH's Fall Literacy Leadership Talks

The third season of our popular Lead the Way to Literacy Leadership Talks featured highly regarded education professionals with expertise in long-term English learning, translanguaging, learning mindsets, assessment, word skills, and more.

Here are five takeaways from their webinars that will help support your efforts toward creating dynamic and robust literacy curricula, along with links to the recorded presentations.

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  • Vocabulary Strategies That Work

    Vocabulary Strategies That Work

    Students who can complete the Vocabulary Challenge are prepared to face the challenge of constructing meaning for themselves. This process guides students to rely on three key vocabulary skills to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words. By Teaching With Owls for Grades 6-12.

  • 10 Kids Who Changed the World

    10 Kids Who Changed the World

    Beth Hammett says this expository and creative writings abound with these real life, fact based connections to ELA, history, and science! Fun, creative, and educational, yet uses critical thinking skills to introduce 10 Kids Who Changed the World through coloring format. By Beth Hammett for Grades 5-8.

  • Verb Moods

    Verb Moods

    Presto Plans says these resources will allow your students to easily understand, locate, and form verbs in the indicative, imperative, interrogative, conditional, and subjunctive mood. By Presto Plans for Grades 7-9.