Included in this post is a reading genres poster. This poster is designed to help students identify different genres. Additionally, the poster compares genres and encourages students to explore new genres.
TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - The bottomline in knowing how to teach kids with dyslexia to read is that there are methods and approaches that have been proven to work and those that havent. - Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.
I WILL POST THIS IN MY FUTURE CLASSROOM! the most basic, self-explanatory 'map' of the parts of speech. Great map of the parts of speech. Using different colors provides a multi-sensory approach to teaching these.
This is a great chart for different grammar students may come upon when writing or editing/revising. (Makes a great anchor chart as well). I picked this chart because it is clear cut, easy to read, and would catch students' eyes if I were to color it up.
English pronunciation poem… seriously EVERY teacher should be require to read this thing. Out loud. In front of people. Then maybe everyone will understand why the English language is nearly impossible for kids with learning disabilities.
Use vinyl transfers to make semi-permanent decals for words you don’t want to have to rewrite everyday. 36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom. I also like the ribbons window treatment & iron-on fabric letter ideas.
Opinion sentence starters- I would create a chart displaying these sentence starters for opinion writing pieces, then refer to these when modeling how to write an opinion piece. Students could use these to start their opinion writing piece.