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Cultivating a postive classroom community is such an important part of teaching, and I've learned that little things go a long way. The Best Part of Me writing activity is a great community builder!
Maryanne Watson saved to writing
Today I'm sharing one of my favourite tasks for building community in the classroom. Students are able to share an important aspect of themselves (the story of their name) with the class and with me, their teacher. Through this task we are also working on important skills, like reading comprehension, writing, and reflection. Day 1 To begin, I asked my students to write any name they wish they had on a sticky note. They then placed it in a mason jar. I read my class the story "The Name Jar"…
Julianne W saved to Language Arts
Tackling a big writing project can be tough! But I've got 5 tips to help you get through your next big writing project right here.
k hall saved to ideas writing
A Collaborative Writing Project for the Secondary ELA Classroom. This group writing paragraph activity works in the middle school ELA and high school English classroom, and this short story writing assignment will help students become stronger writers. Middle school writing instruction. High school writing lesson. #education #2ndaryela #highschoolenglish #middleschoolenglish #teachingwriting
The toughest part of writing is often getting started. Jump that hurdle with these kid-friendly warm-ups! #writing #homeschooling #homeschoolideas #languagearts
WriteShop saved to How to Homeschool
Sometimes as a teacher, it can be overwhelming to plan a research-based writing project. We know that gathering research, taking notes, and then organizing those notes in categories are skills that need to be explicitly taught to our students on top of the writing process, but how??? Well, I am soooo excited to show you THE RESEARCH NOTEBOOK! You are going to LOVE it! This little pocket notebook will teach your students how to gather research in an organized way! When I used the research…
Kristen Marie saved to SCHOOL
Plan a successful biography research and writing project with these seven components! via @literacyinfocus
Teaching the narrative writing process can be challenging for upper elementary students.I have found the most effect way to teach narrative writing is by using a hands-on writing project! Learn more about the Diary of an Animal Project and how I use this interactive, engaging project to successfully teach the narrative writing process to third and fourth graders. Your upper elementary students will enjoy this narrative writing project!
Tracy Wentzel saved to A WRITING
Awesome Writing Anchor Charts to Use in Your Classroom
Colleen Joanne saved to teaching ideas