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This is completely AMAZING!!! An interactive Bloom's Taxonomy pyramid! Click on the links to find activities.

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Ice Breaker Games for High School Students

Ice Breaker Games for High School Students | eHow

Here is a Marzano word work cootie catcher to use for review activities: spell, say, give example/non-example/synonym/part of speech/nonverbal representation/definition/sentence.

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Motivating Middle School Students

Middle School Motivators

Print a thin strip of questions for students to glue in their notebook and answer. Beats trying to copy all the questions from the board (or not writing them down at all!)

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Standards-Aligned Question Stems

Standards-Aligned Question Stems--Turn On Your Brain. Using my “I can” statements from last summer and combining that work with work from other sources (referenced in the document), one high school English teacher from Michigan, Robert Belprez, created the following chart as a quick-reference guide for integrating the common core into 9-10 grade ELA classrooms. Download the complete document here: Question Stems.

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20 Literature Response Questions for Any Book

20 Literature response questions for any book.

Students must find 20 adjectives that describe themselves. (This could be adapted into a great drawing assignment - hats, animal features, small bodies, etc - for end of the year extra time or a sub plan!)