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Using Novels In Your Classroom Part 6: Integrating Novels Into Any Subject
Using Formative Writing in Any Subject
This week, I thought we should discuss strategies to use when different types of test questions are given to students.
As teachers help students prepare, we need to make sure that they not only feel comfortable with the material but also with taking a test.
Testing season is coming quickly. How do we keep our students focused as we inch closer and closer to testing and the end of the school year?
If used well, Spring Break can be the perfect time for you to fill your bucket up so you feel refreshed and ready for the rest of the year
This switch to fact-based writing in elementary grades is one of the biggest changes I’ve seen since I started teaching.
Have you heard of hexagonal thinking? Hexagonal thinking is an activity that allows individuals and teams to think about what they have learned and to make connections between ideas.
Teachers should stop reviewing for the test and use strategies to ensure students master skills and concepts.
I have “Best Practices” based on the experiences of students and children. Here are strategies for using novels effectively in your classroom
While I like a party day, I always found it difficult to “give up a day” in the name of fun. Instead, I used Valentine’s Day to my advantage.
Did you know explicit Greek and Latin morphological instruction is the most effective way to improve students’ English vocabulary?
Teaching with paired texts or passages can be daunting at first, but it really isn’t as hard as it seems – it just takes time.
As teachers know, one of the first things many students ask is, “Why do I need to know this? When will I ever use it?” Integrated learning shows students why.