Friday, February 22, 2013

Poetry Friday -- Lit Conference Preso



Maria (Teaching in the 21st Century) and I are going to be presenting about Poetry Friday at the Dublin Literacy Conference tomorrow. If your ears are burning, now you'll know why!

Sheri has the round up at Sheri Doyle: reading, writing, reflecting on children's literature.

15 comments:

  1. Super excited and love the heart wordle!!

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    1. We'll have loads of fun spreading the word about PF!!

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  2. Best wishes at the conference!

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  3. Sounds like great learning fun! I hope you'll share some new ideas.

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  4. I'm sure it will be wonderful Mary Lee. I just went to my favorite Indie bookstore, The Bookies, (other than Tattered Cover) & found another J. Patrick Lewis poetry book to love: Swan Song, about extinct animals who've been neglected as far as story! Looks great. Your lovely wordle has Lewis' name so prominent that I thought I'd share! Have fun!

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    1. LOVE that one! (Confession: I have a HUGE collection of JPL books. He's been the visiting author at my schools maybe three times over the years AND he's our hometown hero.)

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  5. Mary Lee, thanks for representing us. Wow and wow! Enjoy Dublin. From what I have heard, Ireland honors its poets and poetry.

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    1. Oops! The school district where I teach is in Dublin...OHIO!! We will make sure to carry on the tradition of honoring poets and poetry...on PF in the classroom!!

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  6. Oh, I wish I could be there! I'll be following along on Twitter!

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  7. Have fun, you guys!

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  8. I can't think of a better ambassador for PF than you, Mary Lee -- in whatever Dublin. :)

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  9. Sounds like fun! Enjoy, Mary Lee.

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  10. Oh, I bet you guys had a blast! 'Wish I could have been there and heard you. Enjoy this well deserved break, and congrats on TKT!

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