I think this would be a great tool for me to use because it lays out everything that needs to be discussed at a parent teacher conference. It displays it in a more appealing and less confusing way for the parents.
Teach Your Child to Read - A free lesson plan (with worksheets and handout) for teaching summary writing; great for grades 7 to - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
Teach Your Child to Read - Advice, tips and ideas for improving students writing in the middle and high school classroom. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
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Want a fun way to start discussions and get students thinking and engaging in your class? I keep these mini placard-type sicks in a pot in my classroom and hand out to students whenever I want to facilitate a class discussion. Work for all grades!
By the time students get to middle / high school, we assume that they know their parts of speech. Yet, in my experience, that is not always the case. Therefore, I always make sure that I have some basic grammar posters in my classroom to reinforce and remind students of these concepts.