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Secondary ELA for Collier County Public Schools
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Mishelle Levine (Poulos) Dec 10
Reviewing LG: Tracing and evaluating an argument to support a claim. Sa are analyzing different sources for author’s claims counterclaims, evidence, reasons, etc. Should Animals Ne Kept in Zoos? The verdict is still out. Stay tuned to see what the majority votes.
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Ms. Bugay_MMS Dec 10
Beginning our first classroom debates through argumentative writing!
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Amanda Holt Dec 6
They were so engrossed in their books they didn’t even see me sneak this picture. 📚📚
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CCPS Secondary ELA Dec 6
Welcome back!
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𝕃𝕖𝕖 𝔻𝕚ℙ𝕒𝕝𝕞𝕒 Dec 6
Hello Twitter-verse! We have been on a hiatus but working hard nonetheless. Today, we were in a computer lab completing an that I made to analyze connections in our world news. Check it out!
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Ms. Bugay_MMS Dec 5
Using our writing folders to bolster our argumentative essay writing!
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Jessica Rickard Dec 5
These students bravely shared their “Self-Portrait” poems written in less than 15 minutes today. Their work was deeply personal and gave us goosebumps. Thank you for a great learning experience!
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Kaily Simpson Dec 5
My ELL lovelies are hard at work today writing g sentences about their science field trip yesterday with Ms. Serena !! They had fun and learned a lot of cool stuff!
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Mrs. Wippel Dec 4
My wonderful students did an "Around the World" activity, determining the specific text structure. I loved watching them collaborate and discuss their ideas with each other.
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Miss Marks Dec 3
Students are keeping track of the books they have read so far! We are about to add some more to our collection!
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Palmetto Ridge Dec 4
Analyzing Elie Wiesel’s Night using higher level thinking in Ms. Smith’s English 2 class. Students are working together to problem solve.
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CCPS EdChannel Dec 4
There is no school on Friday, Dec 7th. We hope everyone has a wonderful and safe extended weekend.
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MMS GUIDANCE OFFICE Dec 4
Character Development in 8th grade ELA. Comparative essay: how are you similar/different to the most responsible character in Hoot?
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Ellie Morse Dec 3
Peer Revision: Working together to rainbow revise each other's arguments, looking for where to strengthen the essays! Teamwork!
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Amy Komninos Dec 4
English I Honors deconstructing exemplar argumentative essays in preparation for writing their own
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Ellie Morse Dec 1
Before evaluating, students sorted and analyzed the rubrics to show understanding of required elements! 👍💡
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Ellie Morse Dec 1
Teamwork in action -- the students worked together to analyze and evaluate argumentative writings! 🔎📝💡
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Rebekah O'Dell Nov 30
Replying to @RebekahODell1
3) Have students use the guidance and inspiration from the mentor texts to write their own blurb about your current content -- highlighting what is most important, most interesting, most click-worthy about what you are learning in your unit. (2/2)
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Rebekah O'Dell Nov 30
Great micro-writing idea from my social studies colleague that can be used in any content area: 1) Pull the brief blurb about 5 movies from Netflix 2) Give to kids as . Ask: what makes you want to click? What makes great blurb? (1/2)
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Ms Trotter Nov 30
“Speed dating” books to choose our book for round 2 of Literature Circles! Rate your date! 📚❤️ (or 💔👎🏼 if you’re like Liz & don’t want to read that particular book, but that’s why there’s CHOICE!)
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