It’s Back! The Summer Reading Flowchart POSTER GIVEAWAY!
October is National Book Month: a time to celebrate great books and emphasize reading in and beyond the classroom. To recognize National Book Month, and to promote avid reading in students, Teach.com is proud to present, for the second time, our Summer Reading Flowchart! Reading is a journey, and as you commemorate your favorite works of literature and encourage your students to become more active readers, let our Flowchart be your map. But we’re doing more than just re-launching our Summer Reading Flowchart! In response to the many inquiries we received after the wild success of Flowchart back in June, we’re offering the Summer Reading Flowchart as a limited edition poster for 50 exceptional teachers who are taking their passion for education beyond the classroom through blogs or social media. Each lucky teacher will receive a full-size, full-color, and laminated poster.To enter for your chance to win this amazing classroom resource just:
- Subscribe to Teach.com’s Monthly Newsletter! If you’re one of the first 50 bloggers to subscribe, we’ll email you to ask for the address to mail your poster. This is the only way we will be able to receive your mailing information (please note, we can only ship to addresses in the United States)! What we’ll need from you is your:
- Email Address
- Like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Twitter. Share the Flowchart on your networks.
- Blog! If you’ve got a blog or a Tumblr that showcases your teaching or experiences as a teacher, we want to know about it! Show us your blog, and be sure to share the Teach.com Summer Reading Flowchart with your readers.
- Once you’ve received your poster, send us a picture so we can see how you’re using it in your classroom, library, or office! Pictures can be posted to the Teach.com Facebook, Twitter, or emailed directly to us.
Entries will be accepted until Tuesday, November 27 at 11:59 p.m. (EST), and winners will receive notification once their posters have shipped!
Summer Reading Flowchart (Click to Enlarge)
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This blog was originally published on Finding Common Ground at Education Week by Peter DeWitt on October 28, 2012 4:35PM.
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