Student Work in the Library

The end of April/early May always brings lots of student work for display in the library. Right now, we’ve got an exhibition from Film & Photography, selected works from a MS French poetry unit on poems of ordinary life, and (my favorite) the 11th grade Heat Maps charting Hamlets descent into Madness!

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Global Reads for the International Baccalaureate @ AASL

Thanks for stopping by to check out my presentation and book list. I’m passionate about finding the right titles for students and teachers, so let me know if I can help you find a new book for your library or classroom.

My presentation:

Here’s my working sheet of titles, including books I decided against including. This is open to your comments, so let me know what else you’re using.

IB Theatre Research Investigation

Our theatre teacher recently approached me to present to her HL Theatre class on their Dramaturgical Research Investigation.  The investigation requires an annotated bibliography (called a “critique of sources” by the IB) and she ask that include some guidance on source evaluation and in-text citation.  Here’s my presentation and a shoutout to Tony Tepedino’s excellent tutorial on embedding.