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The Big Trip Up Yonder

CommonLit is a FREE collection of hundreds of high-quality non-fiction articles, short stories, historical documents, poems, and more. Each text comes with background information, rigorous text-dependent questions, discussion questions, and other teacher resources. www.commonlit.org

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Classic Book Series for Boys That Stand the Test of Time

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Classic Book Series for Boys That Stood the Test of Time

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"Short Research Projects" Ten-Project ELA Bundle: Volume I

Bundle of TEN "short research projects" to accomplish CCSS W.7 with a variety of prompts and final products so students never get bored! Also includes links to a NF article per project to read, write, and speak!

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Making the Most of Classroom Magazines

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Writing About Reading: Learn how to incorporate more writing

Writing About Reading: 5 great ideas to incorporate more writing into your reading block!

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Writing About Reading

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Beginning of the year: lesson on teamwork. Have the kiddos watch video and discuss what the animals were doing and how they used teamwork to reach their goal.

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Reading Management Binder

"For all my teacher friends PIN THIS NOW!! Incredible reading management binder to track student progress. Every form you will need for assessing students and developing instruction. A great addition to your reading workshop management."

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Reading Management Binder

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from Scholastic Teachers

10 Reasons Nonreaders Don't Read — And How to Change Their Minds

Reasons Nonreaders Don't Read — and How to Change Their Minds - excellent article.

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CommonLit

Hundreds of FREE short passages for students in grades 5-12, organized by theme. Each comes with questions for students and a guide for teachers. www.CommonLit.org

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