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Join us in Room 13-level 4 of the convention center at 9:35 tomorrow morning. We're excited to share how teachers have been working with our materials to support broad and substantive participation in class discussions as they analyze and critique primary sources. #NCSS19 #CUFA19

We enjoyed talking with everyone who stopped by our NCSS poster session today on supporting English learners' reading and analysis of primary sources. #NCSS19 #sschat https://t.co/Zo01d4Ykpw RIW_Team photo

Read.Inquire.Write. project leads Chauncey Monte-Sano and Mary Schleppegrell joined UC Irvine's WRITE Center team in California to support their exciting new project focused on argument writing in secondary social studies classrooms! @UCIEducation #sschat https://t.co/lS8gQJBtEW RIW_Team photo

Great day working with Iowa's Social Studies Leadership team to support student argument writing! Excited about the integration of our disciplinary literacy tools with Iowa's amazing Library of Congress primary source sets.
@IA_SSCouncil @librarycongress @srwteacher #sschat https://t.co/iZ0LiVJsic
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Estaremos presentando el currículo Read.Inquire.Write en el VI Encuentro Internacional de Enseñanza de la Historia en Monterrey, México, el 11 de Octubre. ¡Nos emociona conectar con colegas mexicanxs! Consulta el programa en https://t.co/Fs6wmts2Jb https://t.co/5c22YCwotX RIW_Team photo

We will be presenting the Read.Inquire.Write. curriculum at the VI International Meeting of History Teaching in Monterrey, Mexico on October 11. We’re excited to connect with Mexican colleagues! Check out the program at https://t.co/Fs6wmts2Jb