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Show students a picture & have them make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and then 5 predictions. Clarifies those processes &--depending on the picture!--can be a great way to get them thinking and engaged on a topic.

Students view a picture a day and make an inference and prediction. Taken from National Geographic Photo of the Day

Great short movies for teaching literacy, morals, etc.

Great short movies for teaching literacy, morals, etc. for this site! I looked "forever" last year for appropriate short films, without luck. I am now prepared for the upcoming year!

Phonics and Vocabulary Practice for Older Students: RTI: NO PREP:  This packet is perfect for any middle or high school student with reading disabilities or any student who struggles with basic decoding or word recognition. As a 6th-12th grade Special Education teacher, I struggled to engage older students in any available phonics or decoding materials since the large bubble letters and pictures made my students shut down. These WKSHTS challenge and engage older students #phonics #readingRTI

Phonics and Vocabulary Practice for Older Students: RTI: NO PREP

Phonics and Vocabulary Practice for Older Students: RTI: NO PREP: This packet is perfect for any middle or high school student with reading disabilities or any student who struggles with basic decoding or word recognition. As a grade Special Educa

Summarizing. They first write a summary on the larges notecard, then condense the information into the smaller notecards

Summarization Strategy called "the incredible shrinking notes. Students start out writing a summary of a reading selection on the large index card. Then condense it onto the medium-sized card. Finally, students condense it further onto the small card.

Using actual text evidence, the students draw a picture of the setting and then cut out the text to prove it.

[Reading - Responding to texts] - Using actual text evidence, the students draw a picture of the setting and then cut out the text to prove it.

This graphic organizer is color coded and has lines. It uses the pictures of hearts, starts, lines, and dashes that correlate with the Step Up to Writing program. It also has lines for students who cannot write in a straight line!

Step Up to Writing Graphic Organizer

This graphic organizer is color coded and has lines. It uses the pictures of hearts, starts, lines, and dashes that correlate with the Step Up to Writing program. It also has lines for students who cannot write in a straight line!

students must find 20 adjectives that describe themselves

Students must find 20 adjectives that describe themselves. Awesome Beginning of School Activity! What a great way to build a child's self esteem

I want to put one of these in my room, but with a folder behind each title.  In the folders I would put various blank outlines, special drafting paper, peer editing sheets, editing mark cards, etc.

pencil chart : writing process tracker I would change the headings to be first grade friendly.but cute idea

Journal jars. Colorful questions to keep them interested in journaling with out getting writers block

A jar is filled with simple, kid-friendly questions that turn journaling sessions into FUN! In addition, place a large jar in your classroom so students can offer their own ideas to be selected for daily journal prompts.

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