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Single sheet of paper = mini book

I made these to go along with us reading "Library Mouse." The girls loved creating their own little books! Single sheet of paper = mini book Poof Book!

Use Social media to quickly and easily assess your students learning!

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Week 2: Idiom of the Week, a good idea to familiarize students with idioms and have me practice throughout the year.  Idiom of the Week by the Panicked Teacher $  -- select challenging figurative language terms/examples


Idiom of the Week I am in love! What a fun poster for an ELL class. Idioms are so difficult for ELL students and a poster they can reference and read on their own would be so helpful.

Vocabulary flaps - part of Second Story Window's vocab units $

Acquiring Vocabulary with an Interactive Vocabulary Notebook

How to create an interactive vocabulary notebook. An interactive notebook helps students to efficiently organize information about new vocabulary.

Hundreds of FREE short passages for students in grades 5-12, organized by theme. Each comes with questions for students and a guide for teachers. www.CommonLit.org

Hundreds of free short passages for students in grades organized by theme. Each comes with questions for students and a guide for teachers.

Super cool foldable that even 8th graders get excited about! Step-by-step directions on this blog, including how the teacher used it for teaching claims & evidence.

Learn how to make this awesome foldable with a "magic" center with your students! It's a perfect way to liven up boring notes that you want students to keep.

How are you using Interactive Notebooks in high school? Check out these ideas for analytical, organized lessons packed with student input!

Interactive Notebooks for High School

I like some of the assorted teaching ideas here : the vocab foldable, adding exit slips into the notebooks, flipping the video lessons we've done before (duh).

Citing Textual Evidence Chart from Roz Linder blog! Also included steps to incorportate into your classroom.

Citing Textual Evidence: Moving Beyond Listing