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Can you imagine how many thousands of words were written this month?!  And how many students learned that they could write, and write some more, all because their teachers taught them all about slicing!  It’s just terrific!

Can you imagine how many thousands of words were written this month? And how many students learned that they could write, and write some more, all because their teachers taught them all about slicing! It’s just terrific!

Print a thin strip of questions for students to glue in their notebook and answer. Beats trying to copy all the questions from the board (or not writing them down at all!)

Love all of this guy& Interactive Notebook Ideas. Love this idea- print questions for a story on a vertical strip. Students glue in Notebooks and answer questions in complete sentences to the side. The Middle School Mouth: Interactive Notebooks - Again

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You probably know someone who would (thankfully) tell you to go across town for a good cheeseburger. An app called MavenSay wants to fill that trusted role.

7 new ideas for teaching ESL/ELL students in your classroom. Try one of these ideas each week to see what works for you.

7 new ideas for teaching ESL/ELL students in your classroom. The Carol Stream Public Library offers ESL/ELL conversation practice every Tuesday at 10 am. Drop by to practice with other ESL/ELL people.

Freebie! Students have 9 choices for reflection after completing independent reading including plot and char...

Independent reading tic-tac-toe: Students have 9 choices for reflection after completing independent reading including plot and characters

Vocabulary~ Daily 5 Word word center.

Vocabulary Graphic Organizer

This teaching strategy flips the idea of student participation on its head. The Stand Up Game has all students stand up to start, and they don't sit unless they share something with the class.

This teaching strategy flips the idea of student participation on its head. The Stand Up Game has all students stand up to start, and they don& sit unless they share something with the class.

How to Use Paragraph Transitions - A mini-lesson and handout teaching students how to use transitional phrases or words to connect paragraphs and ideas within an essay or other form of writing. Common Core aligned. $

How to Use Paragraph Transitions - Mini-Lesson & Handout

How to Use Paragraph Transitions - A mini-lesson and handout teaching students how to use transitional phrases or words to connect paragraphs and ideas within an essay or other form of writing.

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