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#bookdep Unspeak: Words are Weapons (Paperback) By (author) Steven Poole  (not in Follett)

Unspeak: Words are Weapons (Paperback) By (author) Steven Poole (not in Follett)

The books we read as middle schoolers change the course of our identity.

The Best Books to Teach in Middle School

The books we read as middle schoolers change the course of our identity.

heart-tugging, can’t-stop-reading, phenomenal historical fiction middle grade books!! LOVE these!

Phenomenal New Historical Fiction Books

TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - heart-tugging, can’t-stop-reading, phenomenal historical fiction middle grade books! - Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.

13 Books That Should Be on Every High School Reading List

13 Books That Aren't on High School Reading Lists — But Should Be

Explicitly Teaching Reading Strategies To Your Students

Reading Strategies that Work!

Teach Your Child to Read - Why I love the book Strategies That Work and FREE posters for your classroom! Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Fiction vs. non-fiction book sort. Students cut out book cover pictures from book order forms.

First Grade Fairytales: Fun Fiction VS Nonfiction Activity using scholastic Book club orders.I have a billion of these!

I've been sharing a little series of posts about how to use living literature to teach writing - specifically, narratives and persuasive pieces.  In this post, I'm focusing less on a particular sty...

Picture Books to Teach Literary Techniques

I love this site because it shows middle school and high school teachers how to use children's picture books to teach literary techniques. It is filled with examples and book titles.

School week form for teachers to evaluate carryover of correct productions.  Simple to use as it asks for a rating of "yes" or "no" each morning or...

Classroom Articulation Report

This engaging math activity teaches students how to count on and count back using a number line. Students will need a dice and the worksheet to record. Students will think of this activity as more of a game than a worksheet! Students will choose a number

Banned Books bracelet - I bought one of these at ALA a couple of years ago.  Would be a fun make and take program for the library!

Banned Books bracelets, by carolyn forsman for the ALA's Office of Intellectual Freedom.

While use of movies in the classroom can be controversial, bringing different media into lessons for comparison and evaluation can be a worthwhile activity. A well-structured comparison and evaluation activity requires higher-order thinking. This activity bundle gives you several choices for comparing a movie (or portion of a movie) with a short story or novel of your choice. Includes evaluation of the movie vs book pairing with several options. Fully editable.  $

Movie vs Book Comparison Activity (Fully Editable)

Subject-by-subject structure compare and contrast essay conclusion Block method (subject by subject). Compare and Contrast Essay Structure: Block Method.

Learn about the color wheel, primary colors, secondary colors, tertiary colors and color harmonies with this handy infographic. Read more about basic color theory at www.sarahrenaeclark.com #colortheory #color

Understanding Color Theory: The Basics

Psychology infographic and charts Learn about the color wheel, primary colors, secondary colors, tertiary colors a. Infographic Description Learn about t

Use Scholastic magazines to sort fiction/nonfiction books.

First Grade Fairytales: Fun Fiction VS Nonfiction Activity using extras from Scholastic Magazine order forms

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