CCRA- Winter Online Book Discussion

Grammar Matters by Lynne Dorfman and Diane Dougherty

Come Read, Collaborate, and Discuss on the CCRA Online Book Discussion Beginning on Feb. 8th and Ending on Mar.7th

Lynne and Diane will be presenting CCRA's final program of the year, "Grammar Matters: Embedding Grammar Instruction Across the Day," to which this book correlates. Online participants will have the unique opportunity of engaging in pertinent online grammar discussion, as well as learn more about teaching grammar within the school day by attending the program meeting on Wed., March 16, 2016 from 4:30 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.
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Member Participation

This opportunity will be open to CCRA Members. If you have been recently looking for a way to participate in an online book discussion at your convenience, on your device, anytime and anywhere, then this is the book club for you.

CCRA Online Book Club

CCRA Online Book Club is an opportunity to engage in thoughtful discussion with your CCRA colleagues. Come join CCRA members who are passionate about literacy, answer posted questions and become an integral part of the discussion thread, share your insights, or learn something new about children’s literature or professional books. You’ll just never know where the discussion may lead!

Direction for Online Book Club

Only four easy steps to become an online participant through Good Reads!

1. Create a free account on www.Goodreads. com

2. Email Ro Batson at,and she will send you an email invitation.

3. Accept the invitation.

4. Go to Groups on your Dashboard and click on Fall Book Discussion.

There you have it! You are good to go!

Looking forward to your enthusiastic participation!

Respectfully submitted by: CCRA BoardTeachers as Readers and Writers Committee” -Lynne Dorfman, Ro Batson, and Jen Greene.

Ro Batson’s email:

Lynne Dorfman’s email:

Jen Greene's email:

How to Obtain the book, Grammar Matters

1. Purchase through Stenhouse Publishers. (see link attached above)

2. Check a copy out from your local library.

3. Borrow from a friend or colleague.

4. Order from another book vendor.