Click on the link below to open this brief video from Education Week, showing how to begin thinking about and providing differentiated opportunities for your students! https://video.edweek.org/detail/video/5833607063001/differentiating-instruction-its-not-as-hard-as-you-think?autoStart=true&cmp=eml-enl-cc-mostpop-rm&M=58609547&U=1988343
Category: 9. Teaching Writing and Writing Process
Source: https://www.middleweb.com/37411/helping-students-do-research-in-the-stacks/ A MiddleWeb Blog, 4/10/2018 So how do we turn students into the indefatigable history detectives we’d like them to be? They are used to trying different search terms on a screen, but when it comes to wandering the stacks, sometimes they don’t know where to begin. The steps below may seem obvious. But …
For more information visit: Teaching That Makes Sense, at http://www.ttms.org “Writer’s Workshop is a popular way of organizing a writing class for one simple reason: it works better than any other management system yet devised. And it works because it is based on the idea that students learn to write best when they write frequently, for …
Source: 7 Easy Ways to Support Student Writing in Any Content Area | Cult of Pedagogy
6-Traits: A brief introduction Source: 6-Traits Resources: Vicky Spandel & Jeff Hicks explain the 6-Traits
Source: Easy Steps to Take Your Reading and Writing Porfolios Digital | Scholastic
Source: Teaching Writing to Tweens: Presence, Empathy, and Choice
National Day On Writing The National Day on Writing (October 20) was founded by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) … Read More Source: Home – National Day on Writing
A Look Inside Mr. Amato’s Classroom – High school English teacher passionate about improving education, one book at a time.
See this teacher’s process of goal setting, implementation, gathering information, then reflecting and revising to improve literacy outcomes for students. Source: A Look Inside Mr. Amato’s Classroom – High school English teacher passionate about improving education, one book at a time.
Teachers Find Many Reasons to Use Picture Books with Middle and High School Students | School Library Journal
Source: Teachers Find Many Reasons to Use Picture Books with Middle and High School Students | School Library Journal