Oh' Boy 4th Grade: FIVE, moose, and butterflies
Gotta jet, marmoset! Outa here, reindeer! Peace out, sauerkraut! Afternoon, raccoon! Sayonara, jaguar-a! Good day, blue jay! Farewell, jingle bell! Over and out, rainbow trout! Time for food, later dude! Gotta zip, tater chip! On my way, Chevrolet! Outa sight, snake bite! Goodnight, Snow White! Had fun, gonna run! Y'all come back, crackerjack! Good-bye, gotta fly! The end, my friend!@Robin S The Doors, School, Chow Chow, Crocodil, Bye Bye, Love Sayings, Teacher, Quot, Kid
This would be good with Of Mice and Men, assigning different characters after reading the novel to help put the social commentary pieces of the puzzle together.
Around the Kampfire: Tomie dePaola and a Strega Nona Freebie
Kreative in Kinder: Picture Palooza Day FOUR!
Teacher Trap: Reading is Thinking!
This would be good with Of Mice and Men, assigning different characters after reading the novel to help put the social commentary pieces of the puzzle together. Character Anchor Chart, Shared Reading, Art Lessons, Author Studies, Author Viewpoint, Anchor Charts, Authors Purpose, Charts For School, Teacher
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Question Words And Exclamation Words Poster Set
Writing anchor charts. This is something that can be done as a classroom activity where student's brainstorm these ideas or look through mentor texts to see what tools published author's use. Posting the list on the wall can help student's when they begin writing a piece. Writing Anchor Charts, The Reader, Creative Writing, Languag, Writer, Readers Workshop, Teaching Writing, Write Hook, Mentor Texts
Branson Reader's Workshop / Anchor Charts Photos
Help students self-assess their proficiency. Using standards-based grading of 1, 2, 3, 4....Novice = 1, Apprentice = 2, Practitioner = 3, Expert = 4. Teachers can check for understanding before, during, and after a lesson asking students to provide a number self-assessment. Classroom, Teaching Reading, School, Anchor Charts, Poster, Asses, Student Work, Teacher, Kid
the "glow and grow" strategy is a perfect tool for my students to use when reflecting and assessing their own, or a peer's work, or for me to use during formal or summative assessments. Basically, students (or teachers) use a "glowing" highlighter (we use bright yellow) to show what was done really well, and a "growing" green highlighter to show areas that could use some improvement. Assess Strategi, Anchors, Student Led Conferences, Summative Assessment, Anchor Charts, Student Work, Teacher, Teach Idea, Peer Assessment
Parts of a Biography... Early Life, Mid Life, Contributions/Successes, Late Life - 3rd grade Lucy Calkins Biography Unit - Students post examples of sticky notes they made from each section on the chart.
Finding Main Ideas: Use in small group for intervention/ students struggling with finding the main idea? I like the sticky notes. Could have students write their ideas to post. Reusing the poster is a plus! 3Rd Grade Main Idea, Graphic Organizers, Anchor Charts, Lucy Calkins, Mind Maps, 3Rd Grade Classroom Ideas, Teacher, 3Rd Grade Reading Ideas, Thinking Maps
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If you enlarge this document, it makes a great poster from which you can launch several writing lessons. You can refer to it throughout the year a...