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what works in the classroom anchor chart | Teaching With a Mountain View: Figurative Language Review

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what works in the classroom anchor chart | Teaching With a Mountain View: Figurative Language Review

Branson Reader's Workshop / Anchor Charts Photos- WOW! WOW! Nothing fancy... just GOOD teaching! Thanks for sharing!

Branson Reader's Workshop / Anchor Charts Photos- WOW! WOW! Nothing fancy... just GOOD teaching! Thanks for sharing!

How do partners talk about books? Great ideas for peanut butter/jelly during SSR

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Close Reading Anchor Chart -redo using my tree/leaf example @Starla Uhles Van Winkle Harlow  @Hanna Andersson DeForest  this looks like a primary friendly version to close reading...

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Close Reading Anchor Chart -redo using my tree/leaf example @Starla Uhles Van Winkle Harlow @Hanna Andersson DeForest this looks like a primary friendly version to close reading...

Good Topic Sentences. Remove the question option for STAAR (my English teacher colleagues say kids get penalized because it is 'weak' for 8-12 graders to do this), and you have a totally awesome anchor for Expository writing.

Good Topic Sentences. Remove the question option for STAAR (my English teacher colleagues say kids get penalized because it is 'weak' for 8-12 graders to do this), and you have a totally awesome anchor for Expository writing.

This page has a collection of signs to set expectations for students and assist in teaching. I think the group work expectations chart would be helpful at the beginning of the year. The teacher seems to be working toward a student-centered classroom, but at the same time, making these beforehand focuses more on the teacher. I would think that asking kids for their thoughts on how this would benefit them would be appropriate in order to bring the locus of control to them.

This page has a collection of signs to set expectations for students and assist in teaching. I think the group work expectations chart would be helpful at the beginning of the year. The teacher seems to be working toward a student-centered classroom, but at the same time, making these beforehand focuses more on the teacher. I would think that asking kids for their thoughts on how this would benefit them would be appropriate in order to bring the locus of control to them.