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SOL: Prepping for TCRWP


ImageTuesday is the day to share a “Slice of Life” with Two Writing Teachers. Check out the writers, readers and teachers here. 

 

plane NY

Songs to speed me on my way in just three days  . . .

“Leavin’ on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again.  . . ”  (John Denver)

memories of family sing alongs (especially the chorus when everyone wants to sing bass) in airports, movie theaters, and on planes

“Fly Away, Fly Away”   (John Denver)

“New York, New York”

 

tc columbia

What will be the best thing about the 2014 Teachers College June Advanced Writing Institute?

Lucy Calkins’ opening keynote?

The large group sessions?

The small group sessions?

Daily choice keynotes?

The talented TCRWP staff?

Meeting fellow bloggers and tweeters face to face?

The Shows?

The Food?

The Weather?

Playing tourist in New York City?

Learning with friends:  old and new?

 

 Survival Questions:

How many books do I need on my iPad to cover a day of flying, 13 days in NYC, and a day flying home?

How many pieces of technology do I need for my 15 total days?

Estimated number of Tweets during the 15 days?

Estimated number of blog posts during the 15 days?

 

Your thoughts?  Any answers?  Advice? 
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