Speak Up! Listen Up!: Strategies for Using SHE SPOKE in the Classroom

Thank you to the folks over at Pencil Tips Writing Workshop for hosting my recent guest post full of ideas for teacher on how to use my new book She Spoke: 14 Women Who Raised Their Voices and Changed the World in the classroom! If you aren’t familiar with Pencil Tips, you’ll definitely want to check it out – it’s a treasure trove of resources for teachers, featuring the work of authors Karen Leggett Abouraya, Laura Gehl, Laura Krauss Melmed, Mary Amato, Mary Quattlebaum, and many more!

 

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1 Response to Speak Up! Listen Up!: Strategies for Using SHE SPOKE in the Classroom

  1. Nancy Ferguson says:

    Thanks, Kathy, Former teacher here who still loves “resources”.

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