Reading and writing—two of the basic skills every student needs as they pass through school and into the workforce. In this series of essays, award-winning author and educator, Lu Ann Brobst Staheli shares ideas and observations she has used successfully for 30+ years in guiding students to become motivated readers and skilled writers.
The essays are grouped into sections on reading, writing, and general education topics, and further sub-divided into categories for teachers, students, and parents. Each essay is packed with information, yet short enough to read quickly, perhaps at the start of the school day.
Perfect resource for both teachers and parents who are looking for ideas to finish out the school year. Some topics may also be applicable to elementary-age students. Download your FREE copy today. http://www.amazon.com/One-Day-
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Lu Ann Brobst Staheli won Utah's Best of State for Literary Arts: Non-Fiction in 2010 and 2011, as well as Best of State Educator K-12 in 2008. A Christa McAullife Fellow for her work with Adolescent Literacy, Staheli has also been recognized as Utah English Language Arts Teacher of the Year, Nebo Reading Teacher of the Year, League of Utah Writer's Diamond and Golden Quill recipient, and awarded Utah Arts Council Juvenile Novel of the Year.
She is the author of When Hearts Conjoin, Psychic Madman, and Books, Books, and More Books: A Parent and Teacher’s Guide to Adolescent Literature.