Last year, LiteracyTA created an activity called Debate a Side. This interactive, student-centered activity asks students to formulate claims and support those claims with evidence. Implementing Debate a Side is a great way to teach the Common Core argument standards for literacy in history, science and English.

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Is Your TA Active?

By on October 13, 2013

LiteracyTA members now have a new way to check if their TA membership is active. When TA members log in, there will be a new colorful hand next to "My Account" in the top right of the page.

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We are excited to announce our 10 Instructional Moves--a new planning resource that supports teachers as they plan and facilitate skill instruction.

The 10 Instructional Moves can be found in our Skill Instruction section. Scroll to the bottom of the Skill Instruction home page and select 10 Instructional Moves.

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New TA Orientation

By on September 30, 2013

This month we released a TA Orientation online course that introduces TA to our members. All new members will receive a link to the TA Orientation in their welcome email. Current TA members can find the orientation in eCoach.

Here is how you access the TA Orientation.

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We are happy to announce two new additions to our Skill Library: Analyzing a Speech and Analyzing Rhetorical Devices.

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