This ones for older students and can push students to use several different kinds of prompts in their writing. I love that it is visually stimulating and therefore students are more likely to refer to it when writing in class. It shows that there are many ways to evaluate a text and starting with each prompt can change the tone and content of your paragraph/essay. This can be used anytime my students are asked to analyze/evaluate a text, story, video, etc.
Hi there! My name is Deb Hanson, and I am thrilled to be guest posting today on Rachel’s blog! I am an ELL teacher in Nebraska. I have taught ELLs (English Language Learners) in all elementary grade levels and in all stages of language acquisition. Today, I want to focus on those Level 1 students – often newly arrived immigrants who have lived in the
The Seven Deadly Sins of Punctuation And How You Can Avoid Them (Note: Read carefully. They preface each "faux pas," telling you the correct usage, but provide the WRONG way as examples. It's confusing).