Power and Agency is a crucial practice in our new ELA curriculum, as it gives the “why” for the work in our ELA classroom. Power and Agency empowers students to advocate for themselves, our local and global communities and our environment. It also encourages students to think critically about perspective, bias, and consider the equity of who’s voice is being represented, honoured or missing and neglected. For an alway evolving Goodreads list of texts I recommend for Power and Agency- click here.
To see some of my other book recommendations click here.