Make goals for early braille writing - on the Perkins brailler and one for digital braille RBD keyboard! Jones's Kindergarten: Writing goals - make a chart with students writing goals so students can clearly see what they are working on.
Determine the main ideas and supporting details of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and formats including visually, orally, and quantitatively. Footstool anchor chart (main idea/detail) good visual for main idea
5 Retelling Activities to Increase Our Youngest Readers' Story Comprehension - Meaning Matters. Green bead = beginning. Red bead = end. Blue beads are story components in the middle. Have kids slide a bead from right to left as they retell the story.
Get students actively engaged, excited, and interested about a new lesson in science, social studies, math, language arts, or writing with a museum walk. Use with a new topic of study and watch your kids become passionate about the content! To learn more about "Active Learning Ideas", visit www.tunstallsteachingtidbits.com
Writing good paragraphs is an essential skill, and one that takes time and effort to master. But it doesnâ€™t have to be hard. Here is a time-tested method for getting your students to write better paragraphs.