EDT246 litteracy

EDT246 litteracy - Megan Wauschek EDT246 My Literacy...

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Megan Wauschek EDT246 January 19, 2011 My Literacy Narrative During the first week of school, when I was in second grade, my teacher Mrs. Felton told us about an ongoing assignment. It was not so much an assignment as an extra credit, or something fun to do with reading. She said that every Monday, once a week, we would be able to present projects and give book reports. She said we would read a book then make a poster or die-a-rama and present it along with a small summery of the book we read to the class. She made it clear that she in no way expected us to do one every week, or even every other week, just something extra to do if we were interested. I loved art and making projects, so when I got home from school that day I was excited to tell my mom and dad about what Mrs. Felton had said. They said it sounded like fun and that evening my mom took me to the library to pick out a book. I liked reading, but didn’t really love it. I knew I could read books but I had never really loved a book, or story, as much as I loved Disney movies or coloring. In the kids section at the
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