RESOURCES: TEACHERS/STUDENTS

♣ Free Downloadable TEACHERS’ NOTES are available from Scholastic Australia for all my books. Click on the following links.

♣ Learncast NSW recorded a series of short interviews with me at the Sydney Writers Festival which covered the following topics:

♣ In 2007 The Running Man was one of the selected texts for National Reading Day. I was interviewed about the novel by students from Amaroo School Canberra. You can find the podcast here. Extensive classroom activities and background information  on The Running Man can be accessed from this page.

♣ Interview by Matthew Mottola of De La Salle College Malvern August 2014.

http://youtu.be/EH1jC-C7xaM

♣ Interviewed by Natalie Hatch on WE Love YA.

♣ Interviewed on Gabrielle Wang’s Blog.

♣ Interviewed by Debbie Kahl on We Love YA.

 ♣ Interviewed by Renee Taprell on Books for Little Hands.

♣ Eric Vale interview with Joe Bauer on Readings.

Book Trailer for Eric Vale Epic Fail by Joe Bauer.

Book Trailer for Derek Dale 1 by Joe Bauer.

♣ School visits and appearances can be organised through BOOKED OUT SPEAKERS AGENCY. A video outlining some of what I do in school presentations can be found here. There is also an author profile page.

♣ Another author profile page is available at Scholastic Australia.

FACEBOOK: Further links, images, information, news and resources can be found on facebook at Michael Gerard Bauer Author. Feel free to ‘Like’ the page!

2 Responses to RESOURCES: TEACHERS/STUDENTS

  1. Bea Vanders says:

    I am not surprised you have done something more spectacular. You were not only the best English teacher I had, you were the most influential teacher in my education. I was a lazy student but you made me feel passionate about literature. Bianca Vanderkroft (Lorenzen)

    • mgbauer says:

      Hi Bianca
      So lovely to hear from you! Thank you for those too kind comments. Looking back I sometimes think if I returned to teaching I would do it better, but it’s nice to hear that I might have got it right occasionally. I would be thrilled to think I helped someone fall in love with words like I did.
      Cheers
      Michael

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