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Sixth grade SWAG! Ms. T has it. Do you? Oh Lord they're going to hate me for this.

Sixth grade SWAG! Do you? Oh Lord they're going to hate me for this. "A good reminder to help teach students how to check their writing. Helps that it uses 'hip slang.

I was in church when I first heard this and immediately wanted it in my future classroom.

Homespun With Love: Little Reminders:{Free Prints}

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Main Idea Vs. Theme

Teaching Main Idea Vs. Theme

Teaching With a Mountain View: Reading Theme vs Main Idea

Paragraph Cheats

When to change paragraphs anchor chart - writing mini lesson

If you are in high school (or middle school. Or elementary school. Or college. Or preschool. Basically, “school” in any form) you are probably of the belief that the only way to get great, Rory Gilmore-type grades is through hard, arduous, (metaphorically) back-breaking, Pinterest-and-Tumblr-type picture-perfect studying.

15 Ways To Actually Study If You're Lazy AF

If you are in high school (or middle school. Or elementary school. Or college. Or preschool. Basically, “school” in any form) you are probably of the belief that the only way to get great, Rory Gilmore-type grades is through hard, arduous, (metaphorically) back-breaking, Pinterest-and-Tumblr-type picture-perfect studying.

what works in the classroom anchor chart | Teaching With a Mountain View: Figurative Language Review

Figurative Language Review

what works in the classroom anchor chart

Double Entry Journal

Chalk Box Tales: Anchors Away Monday Double Entry Journal- notebook for critical thinking. Organize by book to help with "book talk" accountability.

Life in Fifth Grade: Search results for reading

Good Readers Show Evidence- bulletin board to encourage students to use evidence based terms to respond to their reading

Thesis statements anchor chart -- Definitely a good idea to have something like this hung up in the classroom

Thesis statements anchor chart -- This poster will hang in my classroom. Having a strong thesis statement is imperative with argument writing.

Fabulous in Fifth!: Paint Chip Poetry:  similes, metaphor, sensory details.

I do Paint Chip Poetry, but I have kids use the names of the colors to integrate into their poems. This looks like fun -- I'll have to try it! Have kids draw them from a hat. They could practice descriptive writing using the color they draw.

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