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Teacher by the Beach: Main Idea and Details - Summary Writing

Teacher by the Beach: Main Idea and Details - Summary Writing

This is a combo of a breakout and escape challenge - play with teams and it's easy to set up and manage. This one is a test prep review of the reading standards: Main Idea Context Clues/Vocabulary Figurative Language Facts and Opinions Plot Poetry vs. Drama Summarizing Critical Thinking #escapeclassroom #breakoutedu

Escape from Planet Emoji 5th Grade Reading Escape Room - Test Prep Review

This is a combo of a breakout and escape challenge - play with teams and it's easy to set up and manage. This one is a test prep review of the reading standards: Main Idea Context Clues/Vocabulary Figurative Language Facts and Opinions Plot Poetry vs. Drama Summarizing Critical Thinking #escapeclassroom #breakoutedu

Third Grade Pizza Box Biography Reading Response…Pinner wrote: I've used pizza boxes to make games before, but this is a terrific way to use them. If you go to your local pizza place you can often get them for free or for a very small price. When you say you are a teacher they usually sigh and just give them to you. : )

Third Grade Pizza Box Biography Reading Response…Pinner wrote: I've used pizza boxes to make games before, but this is a terrific way to use them. If you go to your local pizza place you can often get them for free or for a very small price.

Pants Plotter and the Templates of Story-Telling

Pantsy Plotter and the Templates of Story-Telling

Essay brainstorming template A temporary whiteboard to demonstrate essay development to people

Musings from the Middle School: Tuck Everlasting Novel Study... in a Lapbook!!

Tuck Everlasting Novel Study... in a Lapbook!!

Tabletop Twitter: The teacher chooses a passage from a book for students to respond to. Student write their own response and then move around to respond to what another student said. Since this is a Twitter-inspired activity there is no talking and short responses.

Tabletop Twitter

Literature the teacher chooses a passage from a story for the students to respond to. The students write their responses and then move around the table to reply to other classmates, answers.

Great Big List of Hands On Homeschool History Activities for Kids from preschool, through elementary school to middle school. From ancient times to modern times.

History

Homeschool history activities and resources for preschool, kindergarten, elementary school, middle school. Hands on history activities.

AP English Language | Gladly Would I Teach - tips I can use for grading writing assignments

2009 ap language and composition synthesis essay template And ap essay composition 2009 synthesis introduction language. Composition 2009 essay language ap and synthesis introduction 4 paragraph essay outline.

Trying a fun new way to get info to my kids! Independent Reading Projects | @Piktochart Infographic:

This infographic provides a model for how I might roll out a semester or year-long independent reading project to my class (encouraging daily and sustained literacy).

Great English Teacher Trick! Tired of losing your place for key annotations? Want to make sure you cover everything you want to? Use multi-colored post-its, and color code them! Mark the page with the post-it, and then underline, highlight, or otherwise mark out the focal passages in the same color. Never leave out a key point again!

Use multi-colored post-its, and color code them. Mark the page with the post-it, and then underline, highlight, or otherwise mark out the focal passages in the same color.

This is a chart to help students keep track of the characters in Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None.The chart includes the character's name, history, crime, behaviors, and death.

And Then There Were None (Character Chart)

This is a chart to help students keep track of the characters in Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None.The chart includes the character's name, history, crime, behaviors, and death.

Cause & Effect ….This would be fun to have kids get into pairs, then each write a crazy effect (giraffes all over town, house filled top to bottom with pencils) then swap with their partner, and they have to write the cause. The crazier the better!  This would make a great bulletin board too!

Reading Graffiti Wall: Fostering a Classroom Reading Community

Dance Class Planning: Lessons and Curriculum

go to dance lessons and learn to dance, ballroom dances, hip hop, street dance.

Read-Opoly! A fun game that gets students talking about books that they have read! This would be a great literacy center or a book report alternative.

Read-Opoly: A Reading Comprehension Game

Read-Opoly - A fun game that gets students talking about books that they have read. This would be a great literacy centre activity or a book report alternative.

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