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Renee White 39m
Students focused on how to determine the main idea & key details with some guided practice & then played a game to sort items by category before completing a activity to identify main idea & a key detail on their own.
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ʚ lully ɞ 1h
cante mother mother no whats com 😍😍
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riny ⁿᶜᵗ ²⁰²⁰ 49m
vendo maze runner com 🤩
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Patricia Wilton 1h
When you're not sure what your 1st graders are getting out of virtual learning and then you get to see their New Read Assessments. The resilience of these kids and their ability to learn despite all of the challenges is phenomenal. Thank goodness for HQIM.
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Jeison Aguirre 3h
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Teri Hartman 📓 Sep 22
These King Lear one-pagers did not disappoint. I ❤️ that the students embraced the medium—print allows for tactile, 3D interpretations, and digital versions allow animations.
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G4mbler.ELA Sep 22
Step by step! Come on! 💪💪😎😎😎
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Julia Cantero 8h
We are waiting with hope. for all the sick who suffer , in the world do not delay in giving data, every day that passes people die, dear ones, do everything possible so that it is soon within the reach of our loved ones Thank you.
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Amy Sachdeva Sep 17
Today we engaged in some hands-on ELA as we modeled the main idea and key details with our favorite manipulative !
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kakashi Sep 22
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Sinan 7h
going to 500 $🔥🚀🔥🚀🔥🚀
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Calara 23h
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finleyt Sep 16
13 Book Report Alternatives 📕 📖 📚 | Brain Blast
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Juliet 15h
I agree with you ... no one with a terminal illness has to feel alone or abandoned, that is how all of us patients and their families feel. Think about us, we also have rights, don't just let us die ... we are not invisible.
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Kathleen Adler Sep 21
The hardest work of an ELA teacher—making our subconscious reading moves tangible.
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Juan pedro amor pina Sep 19
Please work for the sick of we are dying every day and we have the same right even though our disease is not contagious ... # Nurown
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prometida de Mimi. ♡ Sep 18
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Sarah Rich Sep 22
TIP: Still teaching remotely? Think about how to set your students up for success in breakout rooms. created a Breakout Room Guidance slide to help support her students with tasks and collaboration.
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Joey Lam Sep 21
These grade 12s are working hard in their poetry circle!
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Remy, who is brown, said 6h
project 1 for remote Ss: Introduce yourself with a (easy) and get the zine into my hands (hard). Be resourceful, independent, and creative; I won't help. (I'll help). These are the first six... joining 500+ from previous students.
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