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Anchor Chart on Accountable Talk to Produce Academic Conversation in the Upper Elementary Classroom

Readbox: Accountable Talk, Adages, and Anchor Charts!

be a "four star participant" - excellent tool to use during small group instruction!

Interesting questions to keep in mind when dealing with difficult children.

This is a FREE pdf file containing a picture of the interactive notes. There are two different practice worksheets included which require the students to use their notes. I have included a differentiated version of both the interactive notes and the practice worksheets for students with special needs. I used this with my all of my 5th graders and it was a huge success. Joy of Teaching -

like this anchor chart and the source looks really promising too! All Things Upper Elementary: Teaching Theme: Anchor Chart

All Things Upper Elementary: Teaching Theme: Anchor Chart

Guest Post from The Brown Bag Teacher: Augmented Reality for Book Talks - All Things Upper Elementary

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Try Wall Pop dry erase stickers on a table in your classroom! I use it for spelling work, small group instruction, and math time. They add a pop of color, too! Bookmaking Projects. Fun idea for a research project, biography, book report, etc. Bookmaking Projects

First Day of School activity

What's Skow-ing on in 4th Grade??: back to school

1st day activity. School is important because___. What kind of teacher do you want___. Our class should ___ everyday. What are you looking forward to learning___.

Following My Heart to First Grade: August 2012

This teaching product includes 19 different interactive bookmarks to reinforce reading comprehension and processing strategies. Use these bookmarks during guided reading to differentiate instruction, for discussion in literature circles, as homework to go with independent reading, application of reading strategy after a reading minilesson, as formative assessment, etc. ($)

Use a Twitter Tweet as a fun way to assess reading comprehension for any content area. Use as exit slips or quick reviews. Students love to "tweet" as characters or historical figures. They can also create a Twitter profile (shown in pic). Download includes 5 pages of handouts/directions. FREE!

Twitter Tweet Story or Chapter Summary

Easy formative assessment take on sticky note reading responses. From Cheryl's Classroom Tips blog. Make the question interchangeable and assign students a numbered box location on the chart to always place their sticky note. Great idea!

Cheryl's Classroom Tips: October 2008

My CCSS aligned bulletin board for a middle school social studies class. Will add each goal/question/concept to the spaces as we progress through them! #education #commoncore

RTI for Enrichment - The Teaching Tribune

RTI for Enrichment (The Teaching Tribune)

Algebra, Middle School & Elementary Math Problems of the week (brain teasers/problem solving)

The left brain vs. the right brain. Each side of our #brain processes, engages, perceives, works, and problem solves differently. Pretty amazing!