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Middle School Literature

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Literature Activities

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Anne of Green Gables

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The Diary of Anne Frank

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Are you looking for a classroom library system that works? First purchase labels. Any inch dot labels will work, but the ones below are my FAVORITE! I love them because they offer 10 different colors. Click the picture for the Neon Labels if you wo Kindergarten Library, Class Library, Teaching Kindergarten, Student Teaching, Library Books, Book Bin Labels, Book Bins, Book Genre Labels, Classroom Library Labels

How to Organize Your Classroom Library

Are you looking for a classroom library system that works? It can be so tough to keep everything organized in your classroom, especially the library area. To help give you some relief of this stressful task, I wanted to share what has worked for me in my classroom. The

Classroom Library Organization: How should I set up my classroom library? Get MUST-READ ideas to organize and label your books, easy tips to create an inviting space for your students, discuss bins…More Classroom Library Labels, Middle School Classroom, First Grade Classroom, Classroom Design, Classroom Decor, Classroom Libraries, Future Classroom, High School, 2nd Grade Teacher

Classroom Library Organization 101

How should I setup my classroom library? Here are some MUST-READ ideas to organize your books, how to create an inviting space for your students, and how to help fund your classroom library!

Classroom Library Organization Made Easy | Booksource Classroom Middle School Literature, Library Organization, Reading Habits, Student Reading, Child Love, Library Books, Teacher Resources, Make It Simple, Literacy

Classroom Library Organization Made Easy

Classroom Library Organization Made Easy | Booksource Classroom

How to Cure the Classroom Library Blues Personal barcode scanners for your classroom library and tips for developing a classroom book checkout system Classroom Library Checkout, Library Checkout System, Class Library, Classroom Setup, School Classroom, Classroom Libraries, Dream Library, Future Classroom, Public Libraries

How to Cure the Classroom Library Blues

Are you feeling the classroom library blues? Whether you have a huge book collection or you're just getting started, the cure is finding a checkout system that works for you. Read about traditional and technology options for book checkout systems. Part of Laura Candler's Advice from Real Teachers series.

Looking for free reading graphic organizers that will help your students think critically and deeply as they read, while meeting the common core reading standards? Grab this free set of reading graphic organizers that include organizers to address: compar Reading Intervention, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Free Reading, Guided Reading Lessons, Kindergarten Writing, Writing Skills, Common Core Reading Standards, Common Core Writing

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Reading Response Journals are the perfect place for students to respond to novels that are read aloud in the classroom. This Reading Response Journal covers 10 different reading skills and strategies. There is a Divider Tab for each skill or strategy, eac Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Homework, Reading Logs, Close Reading, Literacy Strategies, Guided Reading Lessons, Reading Comprehension Strategies

Colorful Pens for Colorful Words - Create Teach Share

I received so many wonderful comments regarding my “Colorful Pens for Colorful Words” pen holder. I was also so thrilled to see it show up several times on Pinterest!!! I thought that I would share the label that I used for mine, along with a few others. Click on the pic below to share. Enjoy!!!

Teach Your Child to Read - An Apple For The Teacher: Roll and Retell - Building Summarizing, Communication, and Writing Skills - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Writing Skills, Teaching Reading, Writing Strategies, Reading Centers, Reading Buddies, Partner Reading, Kindergarten Reading

Roll and Retell - Building Summarizing, Communication, and Writing Skills

Our principal has really been encouraging us to add more writing into our daily lesson plans. "They should be writing all day long" he tells us. The research is there to back him up. I bumped into this Roll and Retell page from Fun In First on Pinterest awhile back and finally figured out how to add it to our learning day. I printed and laminated four copies of the Roll and Retell page to hand out to each of my four table groups. After a round of Daily 5 I handed them out. I also gave each…

Assigning a one-pager as a culminating novel study is a great way to engage students while also requiring them to show their understanding of the novel. I assigned this one-pager to my high school English students as a final project for Night. 7th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade, 10th Grade English, Ela Classroom, Middle School Classroom

Assigning a One-Pager as a Culminating Project

I recently assigned a one-pager final project to my sophomores for their culminating Night project. I wanted to combine as many rigorous ELA content ideas as possible, while also designing a fun project for students that provided them with a bit of choice. To make this project rigorous, I required my students to include multiple MLA-cited quotations with a literary analysis explanation. These are skills my students have learned and practiced all year long, so it was a way for me to assess…

10 ideas for planning engaging novel units: creative, engaging lesson ideas for your next whole-class novel unit Middle School Literature, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, 4th Grade Reading, Ap Literature, Ela Classroom, English Classroom, Classroom Resources, Future Classroom

10 Ideas for Planning Engaging Novel Units - Write on With Miss G

10 ideas for planning engaging novel units: creative, engaging lesson ideas for your next whole-class novel unit

Teach Your Child to Read - Upper Elementary Snapshots: 3 - Respond to Text Printables Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Close Reading, Reading Strategies, Reading Response Activities, Reading Logs

3 - Respond to Text Printables

I have used the reading workshop model for about 8 years now. It has changed a lot over the years! One thing that has stayed the same is the ‘Respond to Text’ station. This is a time where students get to write about their reading. The station stays the same all year, but the activities in the station change. Below is a list of activities you can add to your ‘Respond to Text’ station at the beginning of the year. 1. Bookmark Book Report At the beginning of the year, some students struggle to…

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Novel Brochure Google Classroom Freebie

Novel Brochure - Pamphlet for Google Classroom Freebie! This resource allows students to create a pamphlet that can be edited for ANY novel! The file contains a Google Drive link that can be used for Google Classroom. **Be sure to MAKE A COPY of the link and save to your own Google Drive Enjoy...

Do you use clips from Ken Burns documentaries in your classroom? Clips, lesson plans and interactives from Ken Burnss mo Teaching Us History, History Activities, History Teachers, 4th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, History Classroom, School Classroom, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Curriculum

Free Ken Burns Classroom Resources for Grades 4-12.

Ken Burns and his collaborators have been creating historical documentary films for more than forty years. Known for a signature style that brings primary source documents, images, and archival video footage to life on screen, these films present the opportunity to pose thought-provoking questions for students, and introduce new ideas, perspectives, and primary sources.

Make Your Lessons Memorable with the Texting Story App Make your lessons memorable with the free ipad app, Texting Story. This digital tool is a great way to get your students thinking, creating and writing while using technology in the classroom. Teaching Technology, Technology Tools, Technology Integration, Educational Technology, Technology Lessons, Instructional Technology, Instructional Strategies, Digital Technology, Technology Logo

Make Your Lessons Memorable with the Texting Story App

Make your lessons memorable with the free ipad app, Texting Story. This digital tool is a great way to get your students thinking, creating and writing while using technology in the classroom.

A Simple Trick for Success with One-Pagers – DJYota A Simple Trick for Success with One-Pagers These visual tools allow students to synthesize learning, but some kids don't think they're talented enough to make them. A bit of creative constraint helps. 6th Grade Reading, 6th Grade Ela, 5th Grade Social Studies, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Teaching Social Studies, Sixth Grade, Seventh Grade, 7th Grade English

A Simple Trick for Success with One-Pagers | Cult of Pedagogy

These visual tools allow students to synthesize learning, but some kids don't think they're talented enough to make them. A bit of creative constraint helps.

FREE Assigning a literary one-pager project is the perfect way to wrap up a novel study in the middle school ELA or high school English class. Middle School Health, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Middle School Literature, 6th Grade Reading, Literature Circles, Google Classroom, Anchor Charts, 6th Grade English

Assigning a One-Pager as a Culminating Project

I recently assigned a one-pager final project to my sophomores for their culminating Night project. I wanted to combine as many rigorous ELA content ideas as possible, while also designing a fun project for students that provided them with a bit of choice. To make this project rigorous, I required my students to include multiple MLA-cited quotations with a literary analysis explanation. These are skills my students have learned and practiced all year long, so it was a way for me to assess…

These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive reader's notebook. Each anchor chart gives an explanation of a reading strategy or skill. Students can glue them in their journal for quick and easy reference while they are independently r Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Guided Reading, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Groups, Mini Reading

Reading Strategies Anchor Charts and Posters

Are you ready to raise the bar of your reading instruction? These reading strategy anchor charts and posters will help your students develop strong comprehension skills. These easy to read and ready to print reading anchor charts work as a great companion for your read aloud or small group lesson. T...