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Come citare i social media nella scrittura e nella comunicazione digitale - How To Cite Social Media In Scholarly Writing | K-12 Libraries and Technology | Scoop.it

Social Media Citation Guide - Using Both MLA and APA styles ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Lesson plans and other useful resources for middle school classrooms

National Council of Teachers of English. "Back to School Lessons for the Secondary Level Classroom." Includes links to ReadWriteThink website and several helpful ideas.

Student Data Binders...love the color for visual: green 80 and above, yellow 70, red below 70.

This post walks you through a super clear step-by-step process to help you start implementing Student Data Tracking binders in your classroom! So easy and so much positive change in the classroom!

Conference Starters + more great anchor charts for the writing process

25 Awesome Anchor Charts For Teaching Writing

Follow for lots of FREE 'too-neat-not-to-keep' teaching tools & other fun stuff :) ......pretty anchor chart w/ clear pics for Prepositions

Writing - Preposition Anchor Chart Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma

Revising & Editing

Revise vs Edit - revising is remaking, rebuilding. Editing is cleaning. This needs to be explicitly taught and practiced so that students can be more independent writers!

If you enjoy reading magazines yourself, the solution to that problem is right in front of you! As it turns out, children's magazines are a great source of informational texts. The articles are short, interesting, and appropriate for children. They often use a variety of different text structures and text features so they make excellent practice passages for working with nonfiction. In fact, many reading selections on state tests are very close in structure and format to magazine articles…

Teaching Informational Text with Magazines

If you enjoy reading magazines yourself, the solution to that problem is right in front of you! As it turns out, children's magazines are a great source of informational texts. The articles are short, interesting, and appropriate for children. They often use a variety of different text structures and text features so they make excellent practice passages for working with nonfiction. In fact, many reading selections on state tests are very close in structure and format to magazine articles…

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