WWW Wednesdays

shouldbereading.wordpress.com asks three questions every week for WWW Wednesdays.  Check out the blog for MizB’s responses.  I think it’s a good, quick way to keep readers updated on what’s going on in my reading world.  Here are my answers:

What are you currently reading? I’m almost finished Graceling by Kristin Cashore for TuesdayBookTalk.

What did you recently finish?  An Introduction to Special Education in Ontario, The Peel District School Board’s listing of Student Exceptionalities, Special Needs Opportunity Website, Special Education in Ontario – all articles are relevant to the course in Special Education that I am taking.

What do you think you’ll read next? I hope to continue with Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys and select short stories by Kate Chopin.

Wanna play along?  Send me your answers to these questions or answer them at shouldbereading.wordpress.com

14 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays

  1. My youngest kiddo has special needs, so I’ve done quite a lot of reading on the subject to advocate for him. I love hearing of those who are taking classes to help children like my son. We cherish people like you.


    1. Thank you. Good for you for becoming informed and helping him, because the day will come when he will have to advocate for himself. Your strength and guidance will help him do that.


    1. It certainly will be eye-opening. I really am looking forward to it considering there are so many students who are exceptional learners in a classroom. Thanks for reading!


    1. I have yet to start Fire – I really enjoyed Katsa and Po’s characters and from what little I know of Fire, I’m not sure if they reappear…I hope so…not ready to let them go just yet. Thanks for reading!


    1. I read The Awakening recently and did two posts on it – check them out, they might entice you to read it again. Thanks for reading!


    1. I will! Some of these aren’t books – they’re articles/education documents – unless you’re a teacher in Ontario, you wouldn’t know them. Thanks for stopping by.


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