Teachers As Readers
by Michelle Commeyras, et al.
Publisher: The Global Text Project 2011
Number of pages: 178
This book is for all those teachers who want to be readers and teachers. Our hope is that this book will inspire you to explore ways of bringing your reading self to teaching reading and language arts. And, we want to further encourage those who already share their reading life with students.
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