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Teaching in Room 6: Response to Literature Redux

Response to Literature Redux

A Day in the Life of a Colonist/ Native American project

Photo-journal of a typical pilgrim girl. Students wrote their own story about the day from dawn to dusk and then illustrated it in a scrapbook style. It was a great response to literature that showed what they learned about colonial life.

Runde's Room: Writing Historical Letters

Writing Historical Letters

Point of View Activity and Anchor Chart- Are you looking for classroom ideas that will help you teach students how to identify which point of view was used by an author? Check out this FREE activity that includes a role play and writing from each point of

Teaching Points of View through Role Play (FREE lesson to download!)

Point of View Activity and Anchor Chart- Are you looking for classroom ideas that will help you teach students how to identify which point of view was used by an author? Check out this FREE activity that includes a role play and writing from each point of

Response to Intervention (RTI) Made Easy - could be great to help keep track of data and display it.  Need to keep in mind when I start my practicum could be a great tool. Found on Pintrest

Response to Intervention (RTI) Made Easy

Video tutorial: Monitor multiple student's RTI and PMP's with this easy to use Excel spreadsheet that generates graphs and organizes data.

Freebie: Set of 6 Posters for Point of View Using Literature. Also included in my complete Point of View set.

Point of view - Freebie: Set of 6 Posters for Point of View Using Literature. Also included in my complete Point of View set.

Physical and Chemical changes in everyday colonial items...fifth grade science and social studies lesson.

Hidden Science in Colonial Times

States of Matter with great links! Physical and Chemical changes in everyday colonial items.fifth grade science and social studies lesson.

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