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MindShift Jul 7
When we read to our children, they are doing more work than meets the eye. "It's that muscle they're developing bringing the images to life in their minds."
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Write the World Jul 12
Do your students have trouble beginning an essay? Are they tripped up by revision? Do their theses not match their evidence? We’ll show you how to help your students work through these common stumbling blocks with our free lesson plans.
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Danielle Fox Jul 9
Ready for a day of PD
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Nick LaFave Jul 7
An Interactive Reading Journal Template – Because Nobody Likes Reading Logs
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Write About 16h
This mini-lesson can be used as part of a larger unit on narrative writing, as an exercise for students to properly identify and cite dialogue, or as a stand alone activity.
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ProEdTN Jul 12
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Crystal Huntington Jul 7
Can anyone recommend a good hard copy or online source for a variety of graphic organizers for a variety of purposes? I am moving back in to Learning Support and want to update my resources to better support my Ss.
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Mr. Heath Ahnert Jul 10
When I’m teaching a class online and Google Doc comments are my only place to lecture, I need to be able to “annunciate” for emphasis. Somewhere along the way I stumbled on using asterisks for bold. Are there any others?
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Brooke Powers 14h
This week's question come from : What are some of the expeditions you have come up with based on your EL Education K–5 Language Arts modules? We'd love to hear what you've come up with!
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achievethecore.org Jul 13
Not using BookSnaps yet? As the author of this Aligned blog post shares, BookSnaps are a creative way to allow annotation and sharing of excerpts from books and articles while making personal connections with the content.
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Michelle Waters 📚 📝 19h
What books are you planning to add to your classroom library this year to ensure you have Dr. Rudine Sims Bishop's mirrors, windows, and sliding glass doors for all your students?
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Ms. Christianson Jul 11
Hey , I'm redoing some of the activities and readings in my senior-level English class. The topic? Education. Do you have any supplementary/parent texts you use that you like to discuss all aspects of education?
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Pearson PreK-12 19h
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Joy Kirr 20h
I’m fortunate to book swap with - excited to dig into this one in August!
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Jill Bromenschenkel Jul 14
A Reminder That 'Fake News' Is An Information Literacy Problem - Not A Technology Problem (thx FB)
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Jeremy Hyler Jul 14
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achievethecore.org Jul 14
Thanks to for her work on EdCite's digital mini-assessment on Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Created for 9th and 10th graders, this mini-assessment is available here:
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achievethecore.org Jul 14
Use the Instructional Practice Guide (IPG) for ELA/Literacy to help develop aligned instructional content and practice in the ELA classroom. Find this observation rubric in both digital and printable versions:
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Kathi Kersznowski Jul 13
Thanks so much for this incredible tshirt, ! I truly do tell more people about your app EVERY single day! I can’t stop myself! Now I can “wear what I share” and rep Novel Effect even more visibly! I’m so grateful!🎙
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Christine Pinto Jul 13
Made a resource to share HOW to create a neat extended reading experience for kids, one that involves THEM being characters & being placed INTO a setting! Check out the post & I created with details:
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