So I've finally finished going through my A2 bio book and making notes so now I'm on to making summaries using my notes! Also been trying out floaty writing but it's so hard to keep it straight . I looove making summaries idk why but I think it's because I get bored so easily of the topic I'm revising at that time so I get excited to move on to a new topic but then the cycle repeats with the new topic ahhh the struggles . . . . . . #studygram #studymode #studymotivation #study #studymood…
This infographic gives brief summaries of the 12 Jungian personality archetypes, for use when building charcaters. As with any writing tools, archetypes are really most useful if you think of them as a starying block - you cannot simply reduce people to 1
Macbeth themes, symbols, apparitions, sketch notes, guided notes, and background
Shakespeare's Macbeth is loaded with imagery. So why not use a great learning strategy for visual learning? This Macbeth teaching resource for themes, symbols, and apparitions is creative and filled with opportunities for differentiation.
Some people think of dyslexia as a learning issue that only involves reading. But brain differences associated with dyslexia can make a number of tasks difficult. Here's an overview of skills and behaviors dyslexia can affect.
5 Hands-on Strategies to Teach Reading Comprehension for ESL Students
Reading comprehension for ESL students is critically important due to the language barriers these students have. This post outlines five hands-on reading comprehension strategies that will help your students grow their reading comprehension skills.