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NCTE 2013 Reinventing Revision
NCTE 2013 Reinventing Revision
NCTE 2013 Reinventing Revision
NCTE 2013 Reinventing Revision
NCTE 2013 Reinventing Revision
NCTE 2013 Reinventing Revision
NCTE 2013 Reinventing Revision
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NCTE 2013 Reinventing Revision

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Presentation from NCTE 2013 Annual Convention
Reinventing Revision: Ways for teachers to use the author/editor relationship to improve student writing

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  • 1. Reinventing Revision: Ways for Teachers to Use an Author/Editor Relationship to Improve Student Writing Co-Chairs: Sarah Andersen @yaloveblog, Fenton High School, MI Jillian Heise @heisereads, Indian Community School of Milwaukee, WI If you’re sharing on twitter, you can use #B04 #NCTE13
  • 2. How did we get here? The Disconnect What authors have to say: “A good editor is there to make your book better and should be asking you questions.” -Sharon Creech What students think: “Fourth graders say they think they’re bad writers if they have to revise.” -Donalyn Miller “What do I have to change? I already fixed some words. I’m done.” -Middle School Student
  • 3. In the Classroom ● Skype ○ Geoff Herbach, Laurie Halse Anderson, Gae Polisner ● Authors’ revision examples ● Authors’ advice ○ “The trick is to think of revision as a positive thing--it's your chance to make something good, even better.” ~Amy Fellner Dominy ○ “Making writing shine and pop is ALL in the revision.” ~Gae Polisner
  • 4. Introducing Our Authors & Editors Elizabeth Eulberg Anne Ursu with her editor with her editor David Levithan Jordan Brown Thank you, Scholastic! Thank you, Walden Pond Press & HarperCollins Children’s!
  • 5. Introducing Our Authors & Editors Gae Polisner Hilary T. Smith with her editor with her editor Elise Howard Anica Rizzi Thank you, Algonquin Young Readers! Thank you, HarperCollins Children’s!
  • 6. Introducing Our Authors & Editors Geoff Herbach Andrea Cremer with editor with her editor Steve Geck Jill Santopolo Thank you, Sourcebooks! Thank you, Philomel/Penguin!
  • 7. Introducing Our Authors & Editors Lisa McMann Aaron Hartzler with her editor with his editor Liesa Abrams Kate Sullivan Thank you, Simon & Schuster! Thank you Little, Brown Books for Young Readers!
  • 8. The Roundtables 1 2 Elizabeth Eulberg with David Levithan Anne Ursu with 5 Geoff Herbach with Steve Geck Are you tweeting? #B04 #NCTE13 Jordan Brown 3 Gae Polisner with 6 Andrea Cremer with Jill Santopolo Elise Howard 4 Hilary T. Smith with Anica Rizzi 7 8 Lisa McMann Aaron Hartzler with Liesa Abrams with Kate Sullivan
  • 9. Visit the Authors Later Today in the Exhibit Hall Aaron Hartzler 12:30-1:30 at Little, Brown Anne Ursu 1:00-2:00 at HarperCollins Geoff Herbach 1:00-2:00 at Sourcebooks Andrea Cremer 1:00-2:00 at Penguin Elizabeth Eulberg 2:00-3:00 at Scholastic Hilary T. Smith 2:00-3:00 at HarperCollins Gae Polisner 2:30-3:00 at Workman Lisa McMann 3:00-4:00 at Simon & Schuster Thank you for participating in our session!

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