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News | September 7, 2011
Free Help for Teachers on Using Film in the Classroom
Wondering how and when to incorporate movies into your curriculum? Teaching film in ways that are meaningful and authentic is made easy with this free Web seminar featuring John Golden, NCTE author and consultant, and presented by NCTE and PBS Masterpiece. Join us on September 22, at either 4 p.m. or 8 p.m. (EDT), for a 45-minute online event in which John will provide fresh ideas and innovative activities for teaching film in today's digital environment. Register today as space is limited!
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