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Studying "Turning Points" of a Text

We DO have time to bring creativity into our classrooms. Check out this post about how we continued our in-depth literature studies AND brought in reading, writing, and speaking!

Writing: "Digging Deeper" visual aid to encourage detailed sentences. I would use this for younger or middle elementary students who struggle with expanding their ideas and creating complex sentences.

Studying "Turning Points" of a Text

We DO have time to bring creativity into our classrooms. Check out this post about how we continued our in-depth literature studies AND brought in reading, writing, and speaking!

10 Ways to Motivate Your Readers

Do your students love book projects? Check out this post for 10 ideas you can use to spark reading motivation!

Set the Routine – Informational Writing: Week 1 – Sea Turtles

How do you teach expository writing? Our next writing assessment is on expository writing, so we’re making one last big push to solidify students’ understanding of how to write about information. This is really the first time I’ve approached expository writing in formal writing instruction. We’ve done it, but mainly as a response to reading,...Read More »