Ideas for School


Ideas for School

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It is imperative that students learn the difference between literal and inferential questions AND how to answer them! Check out this blog post to learn more.

Advanced Reading Intervention Plans

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Argument: Counterclaim sentence frames

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Subject and Predicate - The Tale of Mr. Morton ; Schoolhouse Rock

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I Have... Who Has? Game: Subjects and Predicates (Simple

I Have... Who Has? Game: Subjects and Predicates (Simple AND Complete)

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200 Prompts for Argumentative Writing, including a related article and related student opinion question

200 Prompts for Argumentative Writing

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Activities: Play the Bag Game: Learn Parts of Speech - Cute way to design our own silly sentences game too!

Play the Bag Game: Learn Parts of Speech

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Noun Scoot for Intermediate Grades Free from The Curriculum Corner | Great review of nouns and pronouns

Noun Scoot Review Game by The Curriculum Corner

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Free app lets you scan the ISBN bar codes on your classroom library books to build a database. Let's you easily keep track of books you have, ones that are checked out, and helps you stay organized!

First Grade Spies: Classroom Library Organization

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First Day of School Activities for Big Kids

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First Day of School Activities for Big Kids

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Thumbprint Self-Portrait | TeachKidsArt idea for putting on bulletin board to introduce ASB officers

Thumbprint Self-Portrait | TeachKidsArt

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Head Over Heels For Teaching: Spark Student Motivation: Open House

Spark Student Motivation: Open House

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Secondgradealicious: How About a Tug of War? Making Thinking Visible

Secondgradealicious: How About a Tug of War? Making Thinking Visible

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FREEBIE! Figurative Language Stories {Close Reading} for Grades 4-8 Get Week 1 FREE! These stories are full of figurative language including simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, idiom, alliteration, onomatopoeia, and allusion. Students annotate, identify, analyze, modify, and revise figurative language stories.

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The students read the passage independently, then travel around the classroom answering the questions on butcher paper. There can be 3-4 stations with each station asking a question about a story element (i.e. one on characters, one on setting etc). Each stations has enough squares for each student in the class to write their answer. The question can be posted on the butcher paper, or on the wall. Students must support their answer with evidence from the story.

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I had the privilege of hearing Robyn Jackson speak at two different conferences and finally had a chance to sit down one-on-one with her over lunch at the ASCD conference in Chicago in March. Robyn is a former high school English teacher and middle school administrator who now shares her passion for supporting teachers through her …

Never work harder than your students -

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Tips for Getting the Work You Want From Students | Secondary Solutions. Good for high ability

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Blackout poetry!

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Silent Ball Review Game! | Secondary Solutions Blog

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I "MUSTACHE" YOUR OPINION (AN OPINION WRITING UNIT)

I "Mustache" Your Opinion (An Opinion Writing Unit)

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THIS IS GENIUS! Use great critical reading strategies without copying the textbook! Students can keep a sheet protector in their notebook/binder to have ready in any class! Simply trim the side and bottom edge, leave three hole punched edge. Write with dry-erase markers, then wipe clean for the next 2-page spread

Annotate a Textbook with Sheet Protectors

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10 Mentor Texts for Teaching Opinion Writing #CommonCore #OpinionWriting

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Too clever. Students would eat this up

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Create●Teach●Share: Non-Fiction Know-It-Alls printables for nonfiction

Create●Teach●Share: Non-Fiction Know-It-Alls

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English Class Inquiry Projects - Is speed reading real? - Can technology fix your grammar? - Is it better to type or handwrite? - Can technology make you a better writer?

Research Activity Bundle: Real-World English Class Inquiry

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Bathroom sign out

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A list of nice sounds ~ Relationship quotes

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Group and peer assessment in group work -Cooperative Learning: 7 Free PDF Assessment Instruments

Cooperative Learning: 7 Free PDF Assessment Instruments

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Reading Comprehension Dice Game... Great way to spice up guided reading

Reading Comprehension Dice Game

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Zap! A competitive game for review. Once the board is made, it requires very little prep.

5th Grade Rocks, 5TH Grade Rules: ZAP!

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Back-to-School Icebreaker Activities from teachhub.com

Back-to-School Games, Icebreaker Activities

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Dollar Store facial cleansers for individual dry erase marker board erasers!

Collaboration Cuties: Favorite Pins Friday!

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Great stations to put on during class

Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!: Pandora in the Classroom

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Blog series explaining how to use iPods during the writing block. Focusing on 6 +1 Traits of writing and app ideas to go with it!

AppEducation | Application Reviews of Educational Software

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The YALSA Teens’ Top Ten is a teen choice list where every title is nominated and voted on by teens! 2013 nominees include Bitterblue, Code Name Verity, Seraphina, The Raven Boys, Every Day, Insurgent, and more

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200 Ways to Say Went

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Twenty formative assessment exit slips that work with all content areas!

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Idea for a service project

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how to write good

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Make your own "I have, who has" cards

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So many possibilities…can be adapted in so many ways…LOVE IT! The kids do an exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door in the way out for a quick assessment of understanding.

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Pick 5 and write your epic tale.

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Actually I'm highly logical which allows me to look past extraneous detail and perceive clearly that which others overlook. ~Hermoine Granger~

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Supplies: paper clips fancy buttons hot glue felt Hot glue your paper clip to the back of your button and then cut a small piece of felt to go on top. The felt will keep the glue sealed in and leave a smooth finish.

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Cute ideas for testing encouragement.

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Glue ribbon to back cover of notebook to use as a bookmark in journals. - Great idea to help the kids stay on the correct page in their journals! Why have I never thought of this before???

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The original pinner said that she made this chart, and her ELLs use "ACE" to self-assess their own work and then assess their partner's work. They grade the responses--not the teacher! And they learn what they are good at and what they need to work on! The teacher bought the chart from reallygoodstuff.com. It came with a stamp that says "You ACEd it!!!"

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I love this activity!

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