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Washed Up Apr 15
Alright guys let get this started, I'll be the moderator tonight. First question. How is everyone's school years going so far and are we enjoying english studies?
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Flores...! 7h
Here's 2 excerpts that I think lend themselves well to an introductory compare & contrast activity! And, for a more complex discussion, students could share their narrative about how adults treat youths with respect or talk down to them.
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Paul Enderle Apr 22
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Sarah Zavoral 4h
Question to the teacher-verse: has anyone done work with quantitative data collection using the strategies in - trying figure out how to collect and evaluate data on thinking processes?
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Dave Martin 11h
After a student is done reading a book, you don't need to give him/her a ribbon, a star or even a pizza party. Simply give the child another book.
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Jeremy Hyler 22h
Had a great mini conversation with 7th graders today about what it means when a novel is anti-climatic. We compared it to blowing up a balloon and expecting it to pop, but instead someone lets the air out and it deflates.
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John C Fallon Apr 17
For the lit nerds out there with their morning coffee:
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Mary Cumbie Prince Apr 23
It’s a beautiful day for AP Exam Prep.! We’re starting the morning with prompt speed dating, where students have to respond to a prompt, give peer feedback, and move all in ten minutes! Such a great way to start my morning :)
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Teacher2Teacher 4h
To empower Ss to seek deeper feedback, a group of Ts created this chart! How do you foster S partnerships? (📸 and inspiration via educator )
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Mary Cumbie Prince Apr 23
Working on wrapping up our Toy Creation PBL by filming our product advertisements! I’m so excited to see what these students create!
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formative 3h
Students Can Sort & Search Formatives: We added a few ways for students to view and access their formatives. They can sort by class, by title or last updated. There's also a search bar.
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Nicole A. Long 3h
Replying to @MrsLongCHS
Restructuring your activities to embrace & is easy- just choose open ended activities that aren’t page-dependent! Easy2 integrate w Ss who R reading diff or the same! #mocoenglish#mcpsenglish
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Julie Berntson 4h
Highlight of my year — handing this book to my 8th graders ❤️
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Teacher2Teacher Apr 23
🔎 T @mrsbrownpch is in the middle of an investigation! The question at hand: What true crime books do Ss love?
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penny kittle Apr 22
Many teachers ask about using a balance of independent reading, book clubs, and core texts in AP courses. I recommend you talk to Michigan teacher . She is wise and wonderful and so skilled in supporting readers.
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Northampton College 12h
English lecturer Sharon Grey has been inspiring and teaching students at Northampton College for six years and says imagination is the number one resource for her students
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MiddleWeb 9h
NEW: The Back to School Faculty Meeting – a Novel Excerpt. Chapter 2 of Roxanna Elden's novel "Adequate Yearly Progress" tells a tale that might seem familiar
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Quill.org Apr 22
According to , modeling curiosity is the number 1 strategy for promoting curiosity in learning! couldn't agree more! Our collaborative Lessons tool allows teachers to model responses and foster whole-class discussions.
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Mrs. Kirr's Class 12h
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Lisa Stringfellow Apr 17
Looking for great middle grade novels-in-verse (fiction or nonfiction), especially recent titles and those celebrating IPOC voices. I have a great list started, but I don't want to miss anything! Suggestions?
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