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Using popular movies to teach character pillars

Using popular movies to teach character pillars

Secondgradealicious: Beginning of the Year Read Alouds! So excited! This book is great for instilling a growth mindset.

Beginning of the Year Read Alouds! So excited!

Teach Your Child to Read - Secondgradealicious: Beginning of the Year Read Alouds! So excited! This book is great for instilling a growth mindset. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Engagement Strategies reference page - perfect to have out during planning! From Teacher Trap's "Lesson Plan Pack."

Lesson Plan Pack

Rationale: Ideas for creating a more engaged environment. Criteria Uses strategies designed to personalize info ration and engage students. Reference: Frondeville, T. March Ten Steps to Better Student Engagement.

This pin addresses developing guidelines for success. Helping students develop a growth mindset makes them more successful. Having students do an activity like this, where they list vocab/thoughts associated with different cues would be a great way to start a growth mindset conversation.

An Easy Activity to Promote Growth Mindset

An Easy Activity to Promote Growth Mindset in the elementary classroom. Chalk talks are great for making thinking visible. This activity works well in and fifth grade and beyond. Perfect back to school activity for the first week of school.

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Use a "Missing Assignment" slip so that all students have to turn in on the due date. Plus, they'll have to outline their next steps to complete the missing work.

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As flipped learning evolves teachers find ways to use video that don't include lecturing.

This is what I am talking about when I tell teachers that flipping is not about "watching teacher lectures on video!" This is a great view of the journey taken by a teacher who was already using student-centered practices!

On the Disney Channel TV show called "So Random", there was a skit named MC Grammar. The skit stared actor Brandon Michael Smith as a very dressed up MC Hammer with a gold and red graduate hat, always correcting the rappers in the skit. I loved watching this in high school because sometimes this skit would point out things that should be said in the correct way that I didn't know of. This skit taught verbs, adjectives, nouns, how to conjugate words and much more.

This one will also be used as a grammar refresher. Grammar - So Random - Disney Channel Official

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