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How We Listen: Winter Edition

Each week, we chat with you - and get to hear about all the ways you're listening and encouraging your students to listen their way to literacy. In this week's post, we're sharing some of those…

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We Go Together: A Conversation About Pairing

Amidst all the other listening activities and ideas, pairing audiobooks with print books is a teaching technique we don't get to talk about much, here on the blog. However, as we'll hear from…

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“I Want a Good Book”: Helping Students Choose the Right Book

**Editor's Note: This post was written by Darcy Pattison, from Mims House, a publisher whose books are now available on Tales2go. This is an excerpted repost. Read more at Mims House.

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Back to the Books

Getting back into the swing of school can be challenging, and we want to reduce as much start of semester stress as we can. That's why we've compiled this quick checklist of items to help ensure…

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Sharing Shakespeare

Helping 21st century students appreciate Shakespeare requires relationships and relevance. It can be hard for students to relate to the characters in Shakespeare's plays because the Elizabethan…

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Getting Your 5 a Day, The Literacy Way

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Attitude of Gratitude

Thanksgiving may be over, but that doesn't mean the time for giving thanks needs to end. Many studies have shown the benefits of practicing an attitude of gratitude year round. Increasingly, it's…

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New and Improved Browsing!

You may have noticed the Tales2go desktop player looks a little different. We're so excited to introduce you to the new and improved browsing structure that will help you find titles faster and…

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Ready... Set... Listen!

Sometimes getting started is the hardest part. Whether you're new to Tales2go or just looking for a refresh, this post is full of ideas to help you excite students and encourage them to listen to…

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Guest Post: Dyslexia, The New Laws, and Audiobooks

**Editor's Note: This post was written by Certified Academic Language Therapist, Denise Emert. She is an interventionist in the Marshfield Schools in Missouri, and has been teaching in public…
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