SIOP Model

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Lesson ideas/ideas that support the SIOP Model. All around good strategies for all students, specifically struggling ones or second language learners

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Anchor Charts for Writing

If you would've asked me my thoughts about using anchor charts in the classroom a few years ago, I would've said something along the lines of them being more appropriate in a primary room--not so much 4th or 5th grade. I've come to learn that anchor charts are just as necssary in intermediate classrooms--and may even be more beneficial--than in a primary room! Anchor charts are very big in my school and the students here have learned to look for them in their classrooms over the years. My…

Vocabulary Battleship game and other awesome foldables Teaching Vocabulary, Vocabulary Activities, Teaching Language Arts, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Speech And Language, Teaching English, Vocabulary Strategies, Vocabulary Instruction

Foldables

This isn't exactly a Foldable, but it could definitely be turned into one. Caricatures are a fun way for kids to describe what they have learned about a particular person or group of people. They could definitely be a part of any Foldable!

Bookmarks: language for classroom collaboration. Use these to help your students… Bookmarks: language for classroom collaboration. Use these to help your students communicate with groups, patterns, or whole class discussion. Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Cooperative Learning Strategies, Cooperative Games, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, 21st Century Skills

Hennessey's Homeroom

Bookmarks: language for classroom collaboration. Use these to help your students communicate with groups, patterns, or whole class discussion. 21st century skills.

English vocabulary is taught in schools across America, Canada, Great Britain, and all other English speaking countries. Part of those vocabulary and reading lessons includes the study of prefixes and suffixes, and how they change the meanng of words. Teaching Vocabulary, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, English Vocabulary, English Grammar, Teaching English, Learn English, Vocabulary Strategies, Vocabulary Building

Prefixes and Suffixes, The Basics

English vocabulary is taught in schools across America, Canada, Great Britain, and all other English speaking countries. Part of those vocabulary and reading lessons includes the study of prefixes and suffixes, and how they change the meanng of words.

15 Clever Call and Responses to Use in the Classroom! - Wise Guys: Remember teachers banging on desks to get students' attentions? Here's 15 clever call and responses to get your students' attention in a good way! Call And Response, No Response, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Behavior Management, Behaviour Management, Classroom Discipline, Management Tips

15 Clever Call and Responses to Use in the Classroom! - Wise Guys

Remember teachers banging on desks to get students' attentions? Not anymore! Here's 15 clever call and responses to get your students' attention in a good way!

Math = Love: Algebra 1 INB Pages - Solving Equations (inverse operations) Algebra Interactive Notebooks, Maths Algebra, Math Notebooks, Math Fractions, Math 8, Math Vocabulary, Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math

Algebra 1 INB Pages - Solving Equations

After factoring polynomials, my Algebra 1 students finally moved onto solving equations. Again, I approached this unit in an entirely different way this year than last year. I will post more specifics about the Do/Undo Method that I taught my students later, but I did want to get pictures of these pages posted now. If you have any questions at all, send me a message or leave a comment. And, I will do my best to write up a blog post with more details. You'll notice that I love printing my…

Teach Your Child to Read - Fun in Room ELLs in the Classroom A Bright Idea - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Ell Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Nutrition Education, English Language Learners, Spanish Language, French Language, German Language, Ell Students

ELLs in the Classroom {A Bright Idea}

A blog about education~giving tips and tricks to make a teacher's life easier.

Clue Strategies That Really Work! Context Clues Anchor Chart: Strategies for helping kids use context clues to determine word meaning.Context Clues Anchor Chart: Strategies for helping kids use context clues to determine word meaning. Reading Comprehension Skills, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Vocabulary Strategies, Vocabulary Instruction, Reading Resources, Teaching Ideas, Vocabulary Notebook

Context Clue Strategies That Really Work!

Strategies and read alouds for teaching students how to find and use context clues to determine word meaning.

Science Sentence Stems for ELLs-- You can have some standard sentence stems that are used for many classroom activities, as well as sentence stems for particular activities. Science Sentence Stems f Science Resources, Science Lessons, Science Education, Teaching Science, Science Ideas, Physical Science, Teaching Time, Science Writing, Eal Resources

6 Ideas for a Gifted Child in the Science Classroom — The Science Penguin

Science Sentence Stems for ELLs-- You can have some standard sentence stems that are used for many classroom activities, as well as sentence stems for particular activities.

Fractions/Decimal Chart by Victoria Jasztal :) Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Teaching Fractions, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Ideas, Teaching Posters, Classroom Posters, Math Charts

Math Charts

As I was getting school ideas tonight on Pinterest, I stumbled on THIS great website. First off, I am in love with the fact that this teacher clearly loves markers as much as I do...and her handwriting and artistic abilities is amazing. {She has other subject charts too...I just picked the math ones} It's easy to lose track of this kind of stuff when a million and two different types of technology is being thrown at you...But, I love it!! My kids do Math Journals and this would be some great…

Sarah Brown Wessling explains the "gradual release" instructional model, a way of structuring lessons that shifts the cognitive load from the teacher to the students over the course of a lesson. Teaching Methods, Teaching Strategies, Thinking Strategies, Comprehension Strategies, Learning Tools, Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies, Teacher Lesson Plans, Teacher Resources

Improving Practice with Sarah Brown Wessling

National Teacher of the Year explores the instructional model known as gradual release. In this model, the cognitive load shifts to the learners through the lesson. Also known as structuring your lesson with an, I Do, We Do, You Do," format. Sarah shows what this model looks like in her classroom. She is leading this exploration in her district.