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Reading Notebook

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Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Reader's Notebook

This year I am planning on using a reader's notebook. I found a lot of GREAT ideas from other teachers. I made a few things of my own to add to the notebook and I also plan to add some things that I have used in the past. I think it will be great for them to have all of their learning in one place to refer to. I have added an example of how I am going to start the year with my reader's notebooks. I hope to write more posts about the notebooks as we add to them throughout the year! I plan to…

Interactive Notebook:  grading rubric and table of contents I might use something like this for our Science Books!

Week one is done and honestly, it kicked and punched me around quite a bit! On our first day with kids, I was so worn out that I came home and took a 3 hour nap! This weekend was a flurry of getting things ready for my night class and finalizing my lessons for my high school classes. Needless to say, you will definitely see a change in this week's #Made4Math based on what I needed to make for my classes :) Click here to submit YOUR #Made4Math Project Click here to submit YOUR #Made4Math…

Pin by Katie Reilly on Teaching in 2022 | Authors purpose anchor chart, Authors purpose anchor, Authors purpose

Pin by Katie Reilly on Teaching in 2022 | Authors purpose anchor chart, Authors purpose anchor, Authors purpose

My Adventures Teaching : Plot, Interactive Notebooks

I love teaching the Elements of Literature! I think it's vital to students understanding what it takes to make a good story (long or short) so they are able to add it to their own stories. Today we expanded from Monday's foldable for PLOT. See the EofLit foldable. We created a page for the basic steps of PLOT: PLOT: sequence of events, cause/effect, conflict, relationships. *the storyline* EXPOSITION: meet the characters; learn about the setting (time & place; where/when); conflict/problem…

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