Reading Workshop Anchor Charts
My 4th grade students sometimes need to be reminded what real reading looks like. These anchor charts will help any upper elementary teacher help their students learn about reading and writing routines that are a part of the workshop model.
5 Key Reasons To Teach Students How To Analyze Differing Perspectives
Differing perspectives graphic organizer. Free printable. Teach students how to analyze differing viewpoints. Digital and PDF. #freeprintable #graphicorganizer #perspectives
Multisensory Monday: H Brothers Digraphs - Orton-Gillingham Weekly
The H Brothers activity is a fun way to introduce your students to digraphs. Remember, digraphs are two sounds coming together to make an entirely new single sound. Because this is sometimes a confusing concept for kids, multisensory props and gestures are crucial. Below are a few ideas to get you started: CH: wear a Continue Reading
No-Prep Close Reading
Teaching close reading doesn't have to be hard. With these ready-to-use passages, students annotate on the left and answer text-dependent questions on the right. Effective for comprehension and digging deeper. #closereading #readingcomprehension #teacher #readingteacher
Learning Walks: Effective Peer Observations - Professional Development EDITABLE
Use this learning walk guide to help you organize your visit to another teacher's classroom to get ideas for your own instruction. It includes tips on planning and organizing your time, note taking guide, and thank you letter.
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I fill this out first thing in the morning and change it throughout the day, works very well! Students have to complete the MUST DOs and then MAY DOs. Never again will you hear the question, "What do I do when I'm done?" Amazing :)