Close reading is a challenging technique to implement in the classroom, as it requires a delicate balance. I've tried to make close reading instruction easier with the help of these two no-prep close reading resources. They're ready for you to use right away, and they come with text dependent questions. Get all of the details about what these resources include and how you can implement them in your classroom in this post!
A HUGE bundle of foldable organizers for ELA interactive student notebooks! Along with detailed, step-by-step plans and picture directions! Also, ideas for extension, literary analysis questions, center ideas and more!
Teach Your Child to Read - 30 Ready-to-Use Figurative Language Printables. Includes detailed explanation and examples along with plenty of guided practice. Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
The most fun you've ever had introducing Literature Circles! A great way to introduce students to multiple books in a single setting and then they have input into which book they are to read for class.
Spoken language essay gcse science A secondary school revision resource for GCSE English Language. Tips and advice on improving your speaking skills.
Discover why I CAN Math Games are the perfect teaching resource for ALL Math classrooms. Use them for Test Prep, Math Centers, Whole Group Math Review, Progress Monitoring, or Independent Practice. Rigorous, Effective, Efficient, and FUN! For Grade K-9
At the end of June a group of passionate, dedicated educators gathered for one of New Jersey’s last EdCamps of the 2017 school year.
End your school year by giving your students most likely to awards! All you have to do is print, sign/date, and you are done! Also included is a Powerpoint version that allows you to type student names directly onto the awards (link in profile). #mostlikeyto #endoftheyearawards #studentawards #classroomawards #iteachenglish #iteachela #englishteacher http://bit.ly/mostlikelytoawards