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When students are able to talk through the learning process they are better able to assess their understanding.

When students are able to talk through the learning process they are better able to assess their understanding.

Daily 5 Center Ideas

Reading Stations to support reading in the classroom. The Second Grade Superkids: Daily 5 Station Ideas

Daily 5 Assessment Rubric from R is for Reading on TeachersNotebook.com -  (1 page)

Daily 5 Reading: During this time, teachers can use this rubric to differentiate for their students during their resource time in order for them to complete a few task that the teacher has assigned for them.

4 Different Visual Guides To Bloom's Taxonomy - Edudemic - Edudemic

Crazy for First Grade: Differentiating Math!- i chose this for the chart, but you can use it to differentiate instruction (have one student draw, have another outline, etc.) but it's also pretty cool because it has a math lesson too

Here's a form for students on responding to nonfiction.

Hello Literacy: Informational Literacy Unit - Post Revised non fiction reading response

Secondary Sara: How TED is Transforming my English Class {plus FREEBIES!} - Post #1

How TED talks are transforming my secondary English class!

How to support kids who miss instruction due to pull-out programs - perfect for kids who go to ESL or special education classes

How to support kids who miss instruction due to pull-out programs

How to support kids who miss instruction due to pull-out programs - perfect for kids who go to ESL or special education classes-- Topic 5

Two Vowels Together to the tune of Are you Sleeping?

spelling for vowel teams PERFECT! I always knew that when 2 vowels go walking the first one does the talking but I love this poem for helping them remember the sounds of these vowel digraphs!

Weekly Student check-in by Amy94

Weekly Student check-in

Making Inferences Role Play Activity   FREE download! Teaching making inferences is not always this fun!

Students with language difficulties struggle to make inferences and draw conclusions when faced with text in the classroom and on tests. Teach them that these skills are actually things that they do everyday whether it be eavesdropping on a big sister

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