I make no political comment on the contents of this post…
As part of their ongoing series for National Poetry Month, the School Library Journal today presents Marilyn Singer’s Favourite Poetry Collections for Children.
Apologies as I have been remiss, and have not posted the features from earlier in the month. I’ll see if I can recover them and post.
LATER… I have not been able to find the various individual posts, but I can offer the SLJ landing page for Resources for National Poetry Month. Hope you’ll forgive me.
(Screenshot from Poets.org)
I just hope you can access it… you need to be a subscriber (which I am) to read most stuff at the NYT these days.
If you can read it… WOW! Enjoy!
MONTREAL, April 18, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ – La Presse today launched La Presse+, its all-new, free-subscription digital edition for iPad, available now on Newsstand. After three years of research and development and a $40-million investment, this new digital edition fully leverages the multi-function capabilities of the iPad and delivers the most comprehensive news and information experience ever from Québec’s largest newsroom. La Presse+ joins the existing platforms (print, Web, mobile) of the La Presse ecosystem.
Perfect for French classes! Learn more here…
(Screenshot from Poetry in Voice e-mail)
Tickets for the National Finals, May 15th in Toronto, are on sale now. Details here.
Worth a read by students, teachers and parents…
Plagiarism is rife on campus, with students lifting material from a host of online sources. While technology has made cheating much easier, can it also provide a solution?
The amount of serious plagiarism committed by UK students has declined by 60 per cent since 2005, according to detection service Turnitin.