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RECAP: Text. Talk. Teach. Twitter Chat with Fountas and Pinnell

Twitter Chat - TextTalkTeach copyOn Thursday, February 22, Fountas and Pinnell hosted a Twitter Chat on the importance of fostering talk in the classroom. Below is a recap of that chat. Talking is thinking. Learn about the different ways in which you can offer your students valuable opportunities to express their thinking through TALK.

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Fri, Feb 23, '18

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