Reading Response Journals | Printable & Digital Journals | Distance Learning
Reading Response Journals are the perfect place for students to respond to novels that are read aloud in the classroom. This Reading Response Journal covers 10 different reading skills and strategies. There is a Divider Tab for each skill or strategy, each with a built in Anchor Chart. This resource also includes Mini Lessons to introduce each skill or strategy. These journals were designed for use with Literature Texts and intended for Upper Elementary classrooms.
Argument Writing Student Visual Guide Common Core 6-12
Argument Writing Common Core-Aligned STUDENT VISUAL GUIDE for Grades 6-12 *This printable visual guide is only a part of my Argument writing unit. It does NOT include the student graphic organizers/handouts. This guide IS included in the following bundles: Common Core Argument Writing Unit Grad...
5 Aplikasi Anti Virus Android Terbaik dan Gratis | Secondary Solutions Blog
5 Aplikasi Anti Virus Android Terbaik dan Gratis - Pernah menemukan iklan yang tiba-tiba muncul di hape Android Anda? Atau pernah merasakan kalau hape
C.L.A.I.M.: Analyzing Arguments in Upper Elementary & Middle School
This is an anchor chart created with a middle school class. It works well for any grade, but particularly fifth grade through high school. This is most
Argumentative Essay Graphic Organizer | Argument Graphic Organizer
This is a student-friendly graphic organizer for students learning the structure and components of argumentative writing. This particular graphic organizer is designed for argument or persuasive writing, but may be adapted for explanatory writing as well.I love adding freebies to my TeachersPayTeach...
The Middle School Mouth
This post is way overdue and I must admit should have probably been one of the first that I posted to help everyone understand my journey with interactive notebooks in language arts. As I have said in the past, there were not many resources available at the beginning of my journey with using interactive notebooks in language arts classes. So...I relied on one of my great friends, Google, to help me search and search and search (you get the picture). What I did find were many sites and bits…
"stop and jot reading strategy"- a reading strategy to help students to pay attention to what they are reading while taking notes on what they learn, don't understand, or find interesting
Writing Higher Order Questions
Thristene Francisco uses Costa's Levels of Questioning and the Frayer Model to teach students to write higher order questions. She encourages students to use their personal reactions when writing questions.