Story Matters: Teaching Teens to Use the Tools of Narrative to Argue and Inform 
By Liz Prather
(Heinemann, 2019 – Learn more)

Reviewed by Michelle Voelker

If you’ve ever had the privilege of sitting in a Writing Project training, you know the real power of that presentation is that a classroom teacher is presenting. And I don’t mean someone who used to be in the classroom long ago.

No. You get the real deal with Writing Project professional development sessions. These teachers will tell you what they did in their classroom, what worked, what didn’t, and will show you some student work as evidence of how the lesson went with real kids.

Even when attending trainings that you’re not sure will work with your students, you always walk away with ideas on how you can adapt what you just learned to the kids you will see…

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