KETCHUP folder: When students are absent, place a "ketchup folder" on their desk and slide their missed assignments inside the folder throughout the day. Fun and creative way of getting missed work to students who were absent
Self-assessment strategy: students use cards to indicate how they are progressing through independent practice. This allows the teacher to intervene when necessary and gauge students' understanding of concepts.
Teach Your Child to Read - Socratic Soccer Ball! A fun English Language Arts game and active way to do Socratic Seminars - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
Comprehension Skills & Strategies Bookmarks that help students monitor their comprehension and use academic language to ask and answer questions about the text. The bookmarks include graphics organizers and vocabulary in addition to sentence frames for bo
17 Apps for Teachers in Tech tools can help teachers reach kids in a variety of different ways, and can prepare kids for the kinds of tools they'll use when they are out of school and become working members of their communities.
Teach Your Child to Read - Perfect for back to school: Three fantastic icebreakers that get kids talking and start building relationships from the first day of school. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
Incorporating technology and classic literature for middle school and high school students. This allows students to be creative and prove that they understand a character/text!--use with novel and myth characters!
12 of the most misused English words: Good writers share many qualities, but simplicity and clarity are two of the most important. This infographic highlights some of the most commonly misused words in English.
Do you have a crush on idioms? This visual is great for explaining idioms to ELL students or students who are having trouble understanding the double meanings of the idioms. This is important for reading as idioms are used quite often in writing