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Reel Reading – The Fault in Our Stars

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What?! You chose The Fault in our Stars to kick off our Reel Reading for Real Readers meme? Heather, my friend, you read my mind once again. Now, let’s share our thinking with other like-minded book-loving teachers and invite them to share along.
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What:  Weekly posts of book trailers of our favorite and most student-engaging YA books.
Why:   Visual images can intrigue the most reluctant and even hostile readers.
When: Thursdays so you can find the book in preparation for showing the trailer on Fridays. (We might get some traction with weekend readers here.)
How:  We’ll post ours. You post yours, using the meme Reel Reading for Real Readers. Leave us a comment with your blog link, so others can add to their book trailer libraries.
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Have you read this book? Leave us a reflection on it and a suggestion as to what we should read next.

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One thought on “Reel Reading – The Fault in Our Stars

  1. Amy February 7, 2013 at 7:04 pm Reply

    I cannot keep a copy of this book in my room. Students read it and consider it their own. I love it when this happens!

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