I.C.E. — Introduce, Cite, Explain. An acronym for teaching your students how to properly incorporate citations into their writing. Perfect for English teachers at the middle school or high school level. Print out the poster and hang it up in your room!
BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK: Love this idea to teach kids giving a book a chance. "Blind Date with a Book" Activity for independent reading. Wrap up books and decorate with key words that relate to each. Students pick a book, unwrap it, record it and read for 30 pages. Good date=keep it, finish it, review it. Bad date=return it, and write about why it wasn't the book for you. Great "get to know yourself as a reader" activity! I am SO doing this!
THE POWER OF POSITIVE SELF-TALK FREE: The proven #1 way to build your own positive self-esteem is through thinking positive thoughts about yourself. Use this 13-Slide PowerPoint presentation and worksheet to explain the power our brain has over how a person thinks and feels, and then have students practice this important skill.
It is a College Preparation Bulletin Board. It describes the paths students need to take to prepare to go to college; starting in freshman year. The original poster and bulletin board was done by Abby Hill, Peoria High School Senior.