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Language Arts Interactive Student Notebooks (with pictures!) #isn

Teaching Teens in the 21st: The First Post since August!!

Notebooking-Page 2 is folded in and taped to page 3 to create a "pocket". I do this for students as some of them have trouble doing this step and it's faster for me to just do it for them. I color the pocket opening so that it's easily visible. This is where any papers that we tape/glue into our notebook, etc. can be placed for easy transport to and from school.

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The best organization of a Writer's Notebook I've found- plus, simple activities for starting writing off 'WRITE!' this school year! :)

~*~ Apples of Your Eye! ~*~: Writer's Notebook Organization!

Common Core Reading interactive art journals for middle school students. Stop by to get ideas about how you can implement Common Core aligned interactive journals in your classroom. Click the image.

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Common Core Aligned Interactive Reading Journals. Click the image for ideas.

Literacy & Math Ideas: Interactive Art Journals Part 2

"Thank you so much for visiting my store! Feedback is greatly appreciated!"....

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Author's Purpose foldable-LS note: add to response journals on lesson pages

Fearless in 5th: Author's Purpose, Context Clues, oh my!

Figurative Language practice in Reader's Notebooks!

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To encourage critical thinking, have students write expository notes in both literal & inferential form! This works well for science & social studies (and any non-fiction text).

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Stephanie Icenogle @ The Creative Classroom