Brent Adams
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Reward Coupons and Incentives for Middle and High School Students

Rewards and Incentives for Middle School and High School Students- The perfect classroom management system to promote positive behavior in class so the focus can remain on learning. Right Down the Middle with Andrea

Teaching In The Fast Lane: 50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing

Teaching In The Fast Lane: 50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing! A lot of these things are really fun and completely possible. I would definitely like to try these out as whole class rewards.

ELA Essentials

It's a new year, and our school is currently going through about 101 transitions all at once. We have switched to an A/B schedule with 4

We Teach High School: First days: Rules

We Teach High School: First days: Rules. Be aware of school rules. Work with teachers to keep discipline consistent.

7 Procedures

7 Procedures Middle and High School Teachers Should Cover the First Week of School. Classroom management bell ringers new year first day

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT activity for middle and high school English. Students will practice evidence collection, idea development, focus and organization. An excellent activity prior to writing a literary essay.

Channing- I chose this pin because it was a quick way for students to receive immediate feedback from their teacher rather than waiting for graded assignments to be returned.

How are you using Interactive Notebooks in high school? Check out these ideas for analytical, organized lessons packed with student input!

I like some of the assorted teaching ideas here : the vocab foldable, adding exit slips into the notebooks, flipping the video lessons we've done before (duh).

Hit the Quan Anchor Chart for writing! So great for middle school or high school English classes!

Teaching Text Evidence: Hit The QUAN Anchor Chart for answering questions and supporting them with textual evidence from the text

Tennyson

"To Strive, seek, find and not to yield" from the poem "Ulysses" by Alfred Lord Tennyson. Love the quote, not the tattoo

magazine side table

Love the simple black, white and grey color scheme, magazine nightstand and black-white picture gallery above the bed reflecting the framed window.