On behalf of LiteracyTA, I would like to congratulate Maxine Sagapolutele for being selected as the District Teacher of the Year (2012) by the Grossmont Union High School District.

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As teachers, we are always talking about verbs: how to interpret them on a test and how to effectively use them in writing. Recently, I have found a need for additional support when teaching students about verbs. In my classroom, I am always talking about verbs. I believe that the use of strong verbs and concrete nouns are what separate good writing from poor writing.

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The LiteracyTA Membership has been renamed to "Teacher Assistant." Anyone with the LiteracyTA Membership will now have the "Teacher Assistant" resource. It is ready to work for you.

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We have heard that a few of our colorful handouts are hard on the eyes when they come out of the printer. We are on the job! Introducing LiteracyTA Print Friendly handouts. Nearly all of our handouts look great on the screen and on our students' desks, but the ones with full color now have a print friendly version.

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In the middle of March, LiteracyTA trained elementary, middle, and high school teachers from Santa Ynez Valley on various literacy and teaching strategies. A local paper wrote about our work.

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