Reading

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Jan'13

Shakespeare – Choral Reading and Mask Making

Shakespeare Out Loud and In Color! Looking for ideas to enhance your teaching Shakespeare plays like Romeo and Juliet in ways …

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06

Dec'12

More Careful Reading – Homework Idea

Reading – Homework I love to share ideas from others that I wish I’d thought of myself.  Here’s one from …

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18

Sep'12

Critiquing or Grading Writing

It is helpful to understand the difference between critiquing student writing and grading student writing.  This link, Critiquing or Grading can …

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14

Sep'12

Literacy is More than Books and Pens

     “Where’s an English teacher when you need one?” began Dr. Robert Probst, at a session I attended at a …

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08

Sep'12

4321 Journal Prompts and Essential Questions

 Looking for a way to inspire students to talk and write about what they read, hear and view?  A colleague, …

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04

Sep'12

Literature Circles

Structured Discussions Modified Literature Circles are a good way to get students to talk about literature and stay on topic.  …

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24

Aug'12

Writing From Patterns

Patterning is a great way to have students practice what they learn about language and literature. As you view this …

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08

Jun'12

Science Teacher Adapts Roseboro Book

Brooke, a student teacher in Middle School Science class finds useful strategies she adapts for use with  students 7th grade …

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22

Feb'12

Independent Reading Contract

Encouraging students to read independently is one thing; keeping records and grading their efforts is another.  Here’s a idea to …

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06

Feb'12

Multi-Genre Projects

Research and Cross Curricular Connections This post page will be devoted to sharing links to multi-genre projects I’ve designed and …

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