We hope this year’s online Festival will allow you and your students to participate in new ways! Below is the schedule for Children’s, Middle Grade, and YA. (They’re also included with the other books in the official schedule.) Please let us know (email@example.com) if your class plans to tune in for a session!
Each session will be recorded and can be watched almost immediately upon its conclusion. If your students cannot make the live version of the session but would still like to submit a question for the author, please send it along to firstname.lastname@example.org.
THIS IS MY AMERICA WRITING ACTIVITY
What: Humanities Tennessee is pleased to partner with author Kim Johnson on a student writing activity for Tennessee students in grades 8-12. Watch the accompanying video from Kim Johnson. Write up to 300 words sharing what you think or hope your America will look like in five or 10 years. Feel free to send an essay, poem, song, or short story as your submission.
Select entries may be published and shared by Chapter16.org and/or Humanities Tennessee. In addition to publication, creators of selected entries will receive a copy of the book, This is My America.
When: Submissions Deadline is Friday, November 20, 2020
How: Student submissions must come from a teacher or librarian and be sent to America@humtn.org.
Watch Kim Johnson’s Southern Festival of Books session live on Tuesday, October 6 from 12:30-1:15 pm CT.