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Love this!!! 100 Words every Middle Schooler should know - Quiz (Each word is linked to an online dictionary, too) Great find! I earned a 95 out of 100 taking this late one night when Jeopardy wasn't on to amuse me (haha). Can't wait to unleash this rigor on my 4th graders and blow their minds about importance of a rich vocabulary. Great idea for 5th graders getting ready for middle school.

100 Words Every Middle Schooler Should Know

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ha i thought this was cute for the english teachers lol good way to remember their meanings

I'm so adjective, I verb nouns!!! - Doobybrain.com

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Close Reading Freebie

Close Reading Freebie

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Anchor poster main idea

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Essay Grading

10 Tips for Efficient Essay Grading | Secondary Solutions

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YA Books for Video Gamers

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NPR shared their MUST READS for kids 9-14. See the full list here: n.pr/190Yy49 How many have you read?

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FREE Inference Carousel: Making Inferences with Pictures and Captions - 32 pages. Activity Includes: Teacher Instructions 15 Images and Captions * Response Handouts for Lessons * List of Possible Responses * Additional Inference Carousel Activity * Template for Student Inference Pictures

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Six easy steps for your students to answer comprehension questions by referring back to text- perfect for test prep!

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Reading Infographic by April Greer, via Behance

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15 Book Series To Read If You Enjoyed "The Hunger Games"

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TEACHING VOCABULARY! Expand your students’ vocabulary with this amazing 141 page unit. A variety of posters were created to differentiate. 180 different “buzzwords” as well as open word strips to create your own “buzzwords”. ~ A large variety of vocabulary graphic organizers, foldables and printables for individual, group and whole class lessons ~ Best practices teaching guide for vocabulary instruction. $

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Bloom's taxonomy as questions and key words

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Critical Thinking Guidelines

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Task Cards: Close Reading Questions for Teachers by The Teacher Next Door is a comprehensive set of 148 questions on Task Cards that teachers can use with any Close Reading text. All of these questions are designed to help your students practice digging deeper into the text and each question can be used with one type of text (Fiction or Informational Text) and sometimes both. Three additional handouts and detailed teacher notes about the process of Close Reading are also included. $

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wwwatanabe: Close Read Complex Text, and Annotate with Tech--Part 1

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The BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK activity matches students with wrapped books that are tagged with hints to help readers select potential “dates.” Readers take a book on a blind date by reading it for 30-40 minutes - just enough time to give it a chance to make an impression. Finally, students share how the blind date went. Was the book a keeper or a sleeper? We want to hear all about it! (priced item)

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Comprehension Strategy

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Reading in the Wild

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Really?!

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Shakespeare

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Reading Graffiti Board...I love this! Put up black paper, provide silver sharpies and let students write ONE quote from a book. They'll be reading more critically to find that one perfect quote!

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Active Verb Cheatsheet: 115 word alternatives for "walks."

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a YA book for every single state in the US.

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These are AWESOME! Common core in kid-speak "I can" statements. And it's FREE!

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