N is for nonfiction and novels.
There are many resources on RWT tied to texts. There are lesson plans on specific titles like Night or lessons based on themes like the Holocaust and focus on informational texts. Some lesson plans are written with a model text and contain booklists with additional suggestions.
O is for out-of-school resources.
Looking for engaging ways to introduce your child to reading or to encourage your teen to write? Need some age-appropriate book suggestions or rainy day activities? The Parent & Afterschool section of ReadWriteThink contains of these – and they are all created by experts to be fun, educational, and easy to use outside of school.
P is for printouts.
Go offline with this collection of our best printable sheets from assessments to organizers—all of them classroom-tested and easy to use. Each Printout is accompanied by a page explaining the purpose of the printout, general information about how it is used, and creative ideas for using it out with children or teens.
Q is for questions.
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R is for review.
Almost all of the content published on ReadWriteThink.org is submitted from folks in the field. After submission,the resource will be sent out for double blind review. When the reviews have been received, we’ll make a decision on publishing the resource. It’s a very developmental process and our staff works with both the authors and reviewers. Interested in working with us? Fill out our Contribute Form.
Stay tuned next week for another installment of A to Z on RWT!