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Model of Twist Chart.docx Twist Element Tone: attitude of the speaker Textual Evidence “the world before me “I, myself am good fortune” How does this help convey the message?

This Sentence Has Five Words - flow of writing

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One of my favorite writing examples. Every writer has their own tone. Read aloud to hear your rhythm. //This Sentence Has Five Words: A Lesson from Gary Provost on Varying Sentence Length//Writing tips//Advice//Editing//Style//

Video of a teacher showing how to get the kids to cite textual evidence to use in their writing.

VIDEO: Teaching students to use textual evidence is a key component of the Common Core. Learn how to teach students to cite textual evidence, engage in collaborative discussions and draw evidence from literary text in preparation for writing.

A Great Digital Citizenship Poster for Your class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | E-Learning-Inclusivo (Mashup) | Scoop.it

How to do Keyword Research By @nancyrubin

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

Lesson Plan Pack

Interesting "Mad Lib" on school procedures. Teaches grammar at the same time! Also requires a writing sample. Idea for beginning of the year.

Thematic essay question foreign policy thematic essay questions on the U. History regents - thematic essays from the, the primary goal of its foreign policy has been to protect the.

romeo and juliet character chart - Google Search

romeo and juliet character chart. I decided to take the relationships and move them into a modern day context to see if it would still resonate in the same way.

CommonLit is a completely FREE collection of hundreds of high-quality non-fiction articles, short stories, historical documents, poems, and more, organized by common themes. Each text comes with background information, rigorous text-dependent questions, discussion questions, and other teacher resources. www.commonlit.org

reading- CommonLit is a FREE collection of hundreds of high-quality non-fiction articles, short stories, historical documents, poems, and more.

awesome Evaluating Sources: The CRAAP Test by http://dezdemon-humoraddiction.space/teacher-humor/evaluating-sources-the-craap-test/

Evaluating Sources: The CRAAP Test

Infographic | Eccentricities of the English language & English as a second language "if you are ever annoyed by someone's imperfect grasp of English, remember: English is a weird language & there are more people who have worked hard to learn it than there are people who grew up speaking it"

English Is Weird Infographic -- Did you know that English is the first language of between 300 and 400 million people. However, only about of the total population of the world speaks English as a native language?

20 little-known web resources for teachers.

20 little-known web resources for teachers. (This is awesome by the way.I think Popplet just became a new fave).

Main Idea foldable—fun way to practice citing textual evidence!

Who remembers making cootie-catchers as a young student with varying colors, numbers, and fortunes on the inside?

Poster I created to emphasize the use of text-based evidence in the classroom. It will be used right off the bat with my 3-levels of questions and "the Sherlock Holmes method of reading" (inference) lesson!

Poster created to emphasize the use of text-based evidence in the classroom. It can be used right off the bat with of questions and "the Sherlock Holmes method of reading" (inference) lesson!

Print your finger, photocopy it and blow it up. Write on the lines.

First, let every student make a fingerprint onto white paper. Next, blow up their fingerprints using the photocopier or larger). Then, Have your kids write words and phrases about themselves along the lines and whorls of their fingerprints :) Cool idea

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