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a Travel Buddy Project
Sample "Mailing List Subscription" Message
Welcome to the Looney Lobsters Loves Regional Literature Mailing List. We are pleased to have you share your local literature with us and other participants as our Looneys travel across the United States.
In advance, we would like to thank you for showing tenderness and caring to our Looneys as you welcome them into your schools and homes.
One of the purposes of the looney98 mailing list is to encourage discussions about the read aloud picture books we will be sharing on a daily basis during school weeks.
To actively prepare your class for participation in this project, I will include the suggested book titles for read alouds in the participant booklet as well as online at:
My class and I hope that you actively participate in our discussions - sharing likes, dislikes, theme comparisons of varying books, writing styles of authors, styles of illustrators, and original discussions.
Or perhaps, you might prefer to lurk, get all the information about Looney's adventures, but not respond to the mailing list.
Teachers or students who are interested in the looney98 discussions are invited to join us. We have not previously used a mailing list as vehicle to promote the sharing of critical thinking based on literature. We look to all of you for suggestions for effective used of this list.
In addition to our read aloud sharing, the mailing list is an effective tool to keep all participants in the Looneys Love Regional Literature project informed of the daily activities experienced by our Looneys at host schools.
We hope that you and your students will enjoy their participation in our Looney Lobsters Love Regional Literature project.
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Last modified: January 17, 2004
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