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This is an anchor chart created with a middle school class. It works well for any grade, but particularly fifth grade through high school. Often multiple other standards depend on the assumption that students in these grades recognize claims and can move on to evaluate the validity and strength of the multiple claims.

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There is a forum held at Harvard’s Institute of Politics after every election these days in which media and campaign professionals sit down with Kennedy School of Government students to write a “first draft of history.” The assumption is that everyone will play nice, and generally that is what happens. Attendees suspend their personal animosity in an effort to tell campaign stories and reflect on the past election from a contemporary yet emotionally calm perspective. Then this happened...

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Short stories for Middle School Students - top story choices and teaching ideas

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BRAIN BREAKS! Store your Brain Breaks inside of a pencil box. It doesn't take up much space, and students will be so excited when they see you pull out the Brain Break Box!

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How to write a five paragraph essay. Kids should start learning this by ninth grade, if not sooner. Essential high school skill.

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Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: Anchoring Learning: Using Anchor Charts

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Playing "decimal dice" to practice converting fractions to decimals~Middle School Math Moments

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This FREEBIE consists of 3 weeks of daily word problems for middle school math students. Each day, students solve a real world problem involving decimals and fractions. They then explain how they got their solution.

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Middle School Math Rules!: Anchors Away Monday (11-24-14) Absolute Value

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