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Teaching argument? Decorate your hallway with rhetorical and rhe-TURK-cal triangle arguments.  This one was created by 8th grader Caiya!  Here's our online lesson: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/RheTURKical-Triangle.htm#contest

Teaching argument? Decorate your hallway with rhetorical and rhe-TURK-cal triangle arguments. This one was created by 8th grader Caiya! Here's our online lesson: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/RheTURKical-Triangle.htm#contest

Teaching argument? Decorate your hallway with rhetorical and rhe-TURK-cal triangle arguments.  This one was created by 5th grader Evelyn!  Here's our online lesson: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/RheTURKical-Triangle.htm#contest

Teaching argument? Decorate your hallway with rhetorical and rhe-TURK-cal triangle arguments. This one was created by 5th grader Evelyn! Here's our online lesson: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/RheTURKical-Triangle.htm#contest

Teaching argument? Decorate your hallway with rhetorical and rhe-TURK-cal triangle arguments.  This one was created by 5th grader Mariska!  Here's our online lesson: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/RheTURKical-Triangle.htm#contest

Always Write: RheTURKical Triangles!

I love my teaching team because they understand the value of having a teacher model. When you write alongside your kids, it SPEAKS VOLUMES about how dedicated you are to the project. Our kids give us great work on these projects because we play along too, and we show them what we think dedicated, A-work looks like. This is my colleague--Ms. Clewell's--Heart Park. Here is the online write-up for this assignment: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Presenting-Me-Limited-Version.htm

I love my teaching team because they understand the value of having a teacher model. When you write alongside your kids, it SPEAKS VOLUMES about how dedicated you are to the project. Our kids give us great work on these projects because we play along too, and we show them what we think dedicated, A-work looks like. This is my colleague--Ms. Clewell's--Heart Park. Here is the online write-up for this assignment: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Presenting-Me-Limited-Version.htm

Always Write: Presenting Me! A beginning-of-year writing activity

Always Write: Presenting Me! A beginning-of-year writing activity

Here's a student sample for our 3rd option to our "Presenting Me!" trilogy of Know-me-better murals. They are perfect projects to decorate the doorway outside your classroom, because they give students a sense of ownership when they see their "Heart Parks" right outside your door.  7th grader Jesse designed a water park with 8 attractions.  Click the image to zoom in on her descriptions. Link to this lesson online here…

Here's a student sample for our 3rd option to our "Presenting Me!" trilogy of Know-me-better murals. They are perfect projects to decorate the doorway outside your classroom, because they give students a sense of ownership when they see their "Heart Parks" right outside your door. 7th grader Jesse designed a water park with 8 attractions. Click the image to zoom in on her descriptions. Link to this lesson online here…

Here's a student sample for our 3rd option to our "Presenting Me!" trilogy of Know-me-better murals. They are perfect projects to decorate the doorway outside your classroom, because they give students a sense of ownership when they see their "Heart Parks" right outside your door.  7th grader Dani designed a state park with 8 attractions.  Click the image to zoom in on her descriptions. Link to this lesson online here: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Presenting-Me-Limited-Version.htm

Here's a student sample for our 3rd option to our "Presenting Me!" trilogy of Know-me-better murals. They are perfect projects to decorate the doorway outside your classroom, because they give students a sense of ownership when they see their "Heart Parks" right outside your door. 7th grader Dani designed a state park with 8 attractions. Click the image to zoom in on her descriptions. Link to this lesson online here: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Presenting-Me-Limited-Version.htm

Always Write: Presenting Me! A beginning-of-year writing activity

Always Write: Presenting Me! A beginning-of-year writing activity

I love my teaching team because they understand the value of having a teacher model. When you write alongside your kids, it SPEAKS VOLUMES about how dedicated you are to the project. Our kids give us great work on these projects because we play along too, and we show them what we think dedicated, A-work looks like. This is my colleague--Ms. Sellers'--Heart Park. Here is the online write-up for this assignment: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Presenting-Me-Limited-Version.htm

I love my teaching team because they understand the value of having a teacher model. When you write alongside your kids, it SPEAKS VOLUMES about how dedicated you are to the project. Our kids give us great work on these projects because we play along too, and we show them what we think dedicated, A-work looks like. This is my colleague--Ms. Sellers'--Heart Park. Here is the online write-up for this assignment: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Presenting-Me-Limited-Version.htm

Always Write: Presenting Me! A beginning-of-year writing activity

Always Write: Presenting Me! A beginning-of-year writing activity

Always Write: Different Hands...A "Presenting Me!" Project

A "Presenting Me!

I keep/photograph great student samples for showing/inspiring next year's students. Here are four samples from last year's "Giving Hands/Taking Hands" opening writing activity and hallway publishing task.  This lesson is the center-square lesson on our Writer's Notebook Bingo Cards, which you can freely preview here: http://corbettharrison.com/products.html#bingo

I keep/photograph great student samples for showing/inspiring next year's students. Here are four samples from last year's "Giving Hands/Taking Hands" opening writing activity and hallway publishing task. This lesson is the center-square lesson on our Writer's Notebook Bingo Cards, which you can freely preview here: http://corbettharrison.com/products.html#bingo

My seventh grade boys challenged the seventh grade girls to a "Most Clever Hand Metaphor" contest of sorts.  These four boys made great use of their hands.  Lesson link:  http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Presenting-Me-Limited-Version.htm

My seventh grade boys challenged the seventh grade girls to a "Most Clever Hand Metaphor" contest of sorts. These four boys made great use of their hands. Lesson link: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Presenting-Me-Limited-Version.htm

Here's a student sample for our 3rd option to our "Presenting Me!" trilogy of Know-me-better murals. They are perfect projects to decorate the doorway outside your classroom, because they give students a sense of ownership when they see their "Heart Parks" right outside your door.  8th grader Chaz designed a national park with 8 attractions.  Click the image to zoom in on her descriptions. Link to this lesson online here…

Here's a student sample for our 3rd option to our "Presenting Me!" trilogy of Know-me-better murals. They are perfect projects to decorate the doorway outside your classroom, because they give students a sense of ownership when they see their "Heart Parks" right outside your door. 8th grader Chaz designed a national park with 8 attractions. Click the image to zoom in on her descriptions. Link to this lesson online here…

I work on an amazing team.  We asked the kids to create a metaphor with writing about their hands for hanging in our hallways, and we made sure we each had one too.  Here are Ms. Maldonado's baseball-loving hands!  Visit this lesson online:  http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Presenting-Me-Limited-Version.htm

A "Presenting Me!

Here's a student sample for our 3rd option to our "Presenting Me!" trilogy of Know-me-better murals. They are perfect projects to decorate the doorway outside your classroom, because they give students a sense of ownership when they see their "Heart Parks" right outside your door.  7th grader Brook designed a city park with 8 attractions.  Click the image to zoom in on her descriptions. Link to this lesson online here: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Presenting-Me-Limited-Version.htm

Here's a student sample for our 3rd option to our "Presenting Me!" trilogy of Know-me-better murals. They are perfect projects to decorate the doorway outside your classroom, because they give students a sense of ownership when they see their "Heart Parks" right outside your door. 7th grader Brook designed a city park with 8 attractions. Click the image to zoom in on her descriptions. Link to this lesson online here: http://corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Presenting-Me-Limited-Version.htm

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