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Cara Pavek Jul 10
So & - maybe this should be our celebration projects after one of our reading units. So much fun!
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Ms. Appleby May 24
We can look at the pictures, we can remember and we can read!
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Mrs. Scharffenberg Apr 30
These three found a poem they liked during , memorized and and collaborated to add movements. Now the whole class is reciting it!
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Megg {Miss D} Dec 5
MAKING CONNECTIONS I am completely astounded by these learners!! Check out this writer’s work- he made a great connection between two different texts!
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Miss Caruso May 30
Reader’s Workshop Mini Plays! 👏🏼 🐾 🐕 📖 💬🎭🎟🎬
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Colin Donelle May 8
Loving the level of in our new ! Ss have chosen their own topics to learn about, have created an essential agreement to detail group expectations, are recording their thinking, & are sharing their learning with one another
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Mrs. Mefford Mar 4
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Jackie Gaddis Dec 12
Sixth grade did a great job during Reading Workshop today. While they were reading, I noticed a student chuckle to herself as she had reached a funny part in her book & another student make a shocked face as he had reached a turning point in the plot of his book.
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Rebecca Acosta, Ed.D Feb 26
Acacia teachers participated in instructional rounds today to improve their craft. Thank you for continuing to support our teachers in their journey! 💚🐼
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Heidi Martin Mar 10
Using in has allowed me to use the curriculum my district mandates while still engaging my students!
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Wye ECS Jan 29
Opened our old favourite storybooks yesterday and today! They are all very proud of how much they can read already!
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Mrs Zivkovich Dec 6
Reader’s Workshop by a crackling fire on a chilly Thursday morning!
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Cabrina Lett Jun 15
Notice how the illustrations become gradually brighter as the story arc progresses...planning to use this positive and inspirational mentor text in the fall to teach inferring!
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Tara Abbott Norwood Feb 11
Getting ready to practice book introductions with their reading partners📚
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Amy Rubin Feb 12
On our way to becoming model classrooms for reading workshop! Thank you and for hosting a learning lab today!
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LaDonna Guzman Jun 29
Reading this morning noticing the Reading Workshop Checklist- I thought, “Cool, I got this” then as I read on I continued to think as revealed “we are missing the readers” shouldn’t look more like the Student Focused Chart
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Melanie Rhyne Jun 19
Just a glimpse at the work our Ts have done in rethinking their libraries and I’m loving our new welcome center at the front office.
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Erin Gomez May 9
I’m always so impressed when my Ss collaborate to come up with their own themes to track throughout a work. There are ideas I never would’ve come up with myself. We have some deep topics to discuss!
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Mrs. Kerns Jun 8
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Jamie Spinato Dec 13
2nd graders learning the inportant work of a museum curator. Best comment ever: “I think she loves her job because she’s spreading the gift of knowledge to different people every day.”
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