The Skill Library is Expanding

Have you seen the new Skill Library? If not, I think you will like the new design. LiteracyTA's Skill Library has four new categories: Working with Non-Fiction, Working with Fiction, Writing Center, and Speaking and Listening. When educators enter the Skill Library, they now can choose from four categories that are based on common tasks and assignments.

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Improving Writing Fluency with 1X3X10

We are helping students develop their writing fluency with our new 1X3X10 writing activity. This engaging writing activity takes only 10 minutes and students can write on many subjects. The goal of this activity is to get students writing more and to help them quickly transfer their thoughts to the page.

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Teach Argument with Debate a Side

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
Is Your TA Active?

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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LiteracyTA's 10 Instructional Moves

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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