Ask Andrew Anything: Podcast Episode 240

Oct 07, 2020 | Posted by the IEW Blog Team


You just never know what questions may come flying at Andrew when it rolls round to another episode of “Ask Andrew Anything.” This week’s show, Episode 240, is no different. Andrew addresses a wide range of topics from the questions submitted. Do you have a question for Andrew? Send it in to Who knows? Maybe Andrew will answer it in an upcoming “Ask Andrew Anything” episode. This week he addressed the following questions:

  • If you had the opportunity to grab only one book before your local library closed for two months, what would it be?

  • Can we discuss how banned words need to be a flexible category?

  • How would you advise students to transfer to a notecard system from a key word outline because of a teacher’s requirements?

  • How do I help my students find their voice in writing?

  • What should a high school student know by the end of high school in terms of writing?

  • How do you help find suitable advanced readers for kids who are technically in elementary school but are reading and writing at a middle school level or higher? How do you keep these kids engaged and challenged when they get it so much faster than their peers?

The episode is entertaining and filled with great information. Listen to it, and keep a lookout. It’s only ten short episodes before we hit the milestone of our two hundred fiftieth episode. There is always something interesting to talk about on the Arts of Language Podcast. See you soon!

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