Point of View Fiction Graphic Organizer: Use with almost any narrative. Asks students to decide what point of view the narrative is written from, and whether they agree or disagree with the character's point of view. by autumn
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autumn Point of View Fiction Graphic Organizer: Use with almost any narrative. Asks students to decide what point of view the narrative is written from, and whether they agree or disagree with the character's point of view.
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Nonfiction Point of View Graphic Organizer: Have students think carefully about the author's point of view and whether or not they agree with it. by autumn
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autumn Nonfiction Point of View Graphic Organizer: Have students think carefully about the author's point of view and whether or not they agree with it.
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Reusable graphic organizers to use when teaching nonfiction or fiction point of view. Great for third grade and fourth grade students who need help organizing their thoughts! by teacher42
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teacher42 Reusable graphic organizers to use when teaching nonfiction or fiction point of view. Great for third grade and fourth grade students who need help organizing their thoughts!
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“The Case of the Student Teacher Gone Missing” is a customizable activity that asks students to solve a crime based on their analysis of evidence. First students must classify the twelve pieces of evidence as primary or secondary source evidence. Then students must decide which type of evidence they will use: primary or secondary, and explain why. Finally, students will analyze each piece of relevant evidence to draw conclusion about who the guilty teacher might be. by savannah
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savannah “The Case of the Student Teacher Gone Missing” is a customizable activity that asks students to solve a crime based on their analysis of evidence. First students must classify the twelve pieces of evidence as primary or secondary source evidence. Then students must decide which type of evidence they will use: primary or secondary, and explain why. Finally, students will analyze each piece of relevant evidence to draw conclusion about who the guilty teacher might be.
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“The Case of the Student Teacher Gone Missing” is a customizable activity that asks students to solve a crime based on their analysis of evidence. First students must classify the twelve pieces of evidence as primary or secondary source evidence. Then students must decide which type of evidence they will use: primary or secondary, and explain why. Finally, students will analyze each piece of relevant evidence to draw conclusion about who the guilty teacher might be. by savannah
savannah
savannah “The Case of the Student Teacher Gone Missing” is a customizable activity that asks students to solve a crime based on their analysis of evidence. First students must classify the twelve pieces of evidence as primary or secondary source evidence. Then students must decide which type of evidence they will use: primary or secondary, and explain why. Finally, students will analyze each piece of relevant evidence to draw conclusion about who the guilty teacher might be.
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The CCSS requires that we greatly increase the amount of work we do with informational text. This resource can help! Whether you use them with articles from magazines or an encyclopedia, information from a website, a chapter of a book, or a nonfiction picture book--these responses will work!   A pausing point is a place in a text where you want your students to stop, think, reflect, and write about what is happening. This resource can help you by Kirakitty
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Kirakitty The CCSS requires that we greatly increase the amount of work we do with informational text. This resource can help! Whether you use them with articles from magazines or an encyclopedia, information from a website, a chapter of a book, or a nonfiction picture book--these responses will work! A pausing point is a place in a text where you want your students to stop, think, reflect, and write about what is happening. This resource can help you
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Crochet in Color: Lots of Free patterns, and I agree, I always go with the smallest hook when make baskets, bins, etc. as they aren't as useful if you have to shape them, imagine putting lots of magazines or something in them and the sides keep falling down, the only time I use a bigger hook is if slouchy is what the design calls for any way. by maryann maltby
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maryann maltby Crochet in Color: Lots of Free patterns, and I agree, I always go with the smallest hook when make baskets, bins, etc. as they aren't as useful if you have to shape them, imagine putting lots of magazines or something in them and the sides keep falling down, the only time I use a bigger hook is if slouchy is what the design calls for any way.
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EDpuzzle.com makes any video your lesson. EDpuzzle allows you to use only what you need from any video (crop), insert audio notes or record over a video with your voice, and add questions at any point in the video and track your students' understanding. by keri
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keri EDpuzzle.com makes any video your lesson. EDpuzzle allows you to use only what you need from any video (crop), insert audio notes or record over a video with your voice, and add questions at any point in the video and track your students' understanding.
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lood and Drought Thinking Links Activity - King Virtue's Classroom  Thinking Links are a great activity to use to see what students have learned! How do Thinking Links work? The students have to analyze each block and decide which ones go together. Then, students color-code the related blocks (the key is at the bottom). Last, the students have to explain their Thinking Links and tell how they came up with their answers.  Interactive and engaging! Also, students love to color! :) by claudia
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claudia lood and Drought Thinking Links Activity - King Virtue's Classroom Thinking Links are a great activity to use to see what students have learned! How do Thinking Links work? The students have to analyze each block and decide which ones go together. Then, students color-code the related blocks (the key is at the bottom). Last, the students have to explain their Thinking Links and tell how they came up with their answers. Interactive and engaging! Also, students love to color! :)
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Point of view writing - where students write from the point of view of "healthy food" writing to "junk food" by becky
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becky Point of view writing - where students write from the point of view of "healthy food" writing to "junk food"
Crafting Inspiration
I would use this as a way to teach point of view. Students would be able to see how King George and George Washington both thought that what they were doing was right It is a great way to show students that their is always more than one side to a story! by jayne
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jayne I would use this as a way to teach point of view. Students would be able to see how King George and George Washington both thought that what they were doing was right It is a great way to show students that their is always more than one side to a story!
History
This set of differentiated graphic organizers will help your students meet the common core standards for narrative writing. These can be used for any topic/theme and include a publishing template. The first graphic organizer has allowed my little first graders to "break the code" to writing a narrative. I'm sure it will help your little writers too! by sheilah jones
sheilah jones
sheilah jones This set of differentiated graphic organizers will help your students meet the common core standards for narrative writing. These can be used for any topic/theme and include a publishing template. The first graphic organizer has allowed my little first graders to "break the code" to writing a narrative. I'm sure it will help your little writers too!
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Awesome graphic organizer! Students add what they know to details from the text to make an inference or prediction. One of dozens of printables in Graphic Organizers for Reading $ #LauraCandler by Ashley Wiley
Ashley Wiley
Ashley Wiley Awesome graphic organizer! Students add what they know to details from the text to make an inference or prediction. One of dozens of printables in Graphic Organizers for Reading $ #LauraCandler
A CCSS aligned essay that asks students to analyze how the theme of a fictional text emerges, is shapes, and refined. Includes a graphic organizer, rubric, outline, and peer edit form. **Works for ANY fictional text! by Julie Faconi
Julie Faconi
Julie Faconi A CCSS aligned essay that asks students to analyze how the theme of a fictional text emerges, is shapes, and refined. Includes a graphic organizer, rubric, outline, and peer edit form. **Works for ANY fictional text!
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Nonfiction point of view graphic organizer - 2 sides to every story. Has students think about sides of an argument. by autumn
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autumn Nonfiction point of view graphic organizer - 2 sides to every story. Has students think about sides of an argument.
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This resource allows students to take a cooperative and hands on approach to practicing skills solving and graphing inequalities. Hint Cards are also included. You can decide whether or not you give the hint cards to students as they work through the stations.The 6 stations are:*Ordered Pair Solutions*Solving Inequalities*Absolute Value Inequalities*Writing Inequalities from a Number Line*Graphing Inequalities on a Number Line*Graphing Inequalities on a Coordinate PlaneThis resource is also ... by cora
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cora This resource allows students to take a cooperative and hands on approach to practicing skills solving and graphing inequalities. Hint Cards are also included. You can decide whether or not you give the hint cards to students as they work through the stations.The 6 stations are:*Ordered Pair Solutions*Solving Inequalities*Absolute Value Inequalities*Writing Inequalities from a Number Line*Graphing Inequalities on a Number Line*Graphing Inequalities on a Coordinate PlaneThis resource is also ...
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BAZINGA - an awesome review game for most any subject and any grade. Students are in teams, I ask questions, and the students answers them.  If a team is correct they have the chance to pick a Bazinga Card and we do what it says (e.g. double your score, erase 1 point  from another team, switch  the team captain of the winning team with the team captain of the losing team, etc.). by vanessa
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vanessa BAZINGA - an awesome review game for most any subject and any grade. Students are in teams, I ask questions, and the students answers them. If a team is correct they have the chance to pick a Bazinga Card and we do what it says (e.g. double your score, erase 1 point from another team, switch the team captain of the winning team with the team captain of the losing team, etc.).
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Agree or disagree? by Gloria Garcia
Gloria Garcia
Gloria Garcia Agree or disagree?
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One of the MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENTS (if not THE most important element) of an effective marketing campaign is the copy. For those of you who don’t know what copy is, of course, it’s simply the words you use-- whether it’s in an ad, a video, an email or a sales page. A good sales copywriter is so valuable because (if they’re any good, that is) they know how to do the thing I’m about to explain to you-- use the power of “progressive agreements” to baby step the prospect through the conversation. by diann
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diann One of the MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENTS (if not THE most important element) of an effective marketing campaign is the copy. For those of you who don’t know what copy is, of course, it’s simply the words you use-- whether it’s in an ad, a video, an email or a sales page. A good sales copywriter is so valuable because (if they’re any good, that is) they know how to do the thing I’m about to explain to you-- use the power of “progressive agreements” to baby step the prospect through the conversation.
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Types of Storms Thinking Links Activity - Thunderstorm, Hurricane, Tornado, and Blizzard - King Virtue's Classroom  Thinking Links are a great activity to use to see what students have learned! How do Thinking Links work? The students have to analyze each block and decide which ones go together. Then, students color-code the related blocks (the key is at the bottom). Last, the students have to explain their Thinking Links and tell how they came up with their answers. by claudia
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claudia Types of Storms Thinking Links Activity - Thunderstorm, Hurricane, Tornado, and Blizzard - King Virtue's Classroom Thinking Links are a great activity to use to see what students have learned! How do Thinking Links work? The students have to analyze each block and decide which ones go together. Then, students color-code the related blocks (the key is at the bottom). Last, the students have to explain their Thinking Links and tell how they came up with their answers.
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Character's point of view chart...could be adapted for any book! by leona
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leona Character's point of view chart...could be adapted for any book!
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Having students enter the room with a purpose makes efficient use of time and prevents idleness which may prevent unwanted behavior issues. Regardless what the time of day, I always try to have a "self-start" message written or displayed on the board - even if it is something short. This is a great time to do some short partner or group review activities. by amalia
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amalia Having students enter the room with a purpose makes efficient use of time and prevents idleness which may prevent unwanted behavior issues. Regardless what the time of day, I always try to have a "self-start" message written or displayed on the board - even if it is something short. This is a great time to do some short partner or group review activities.
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This FREE Note-Taking Chart is a simple graphic organizer to help students in grades 3-6 take notes when reading or after reading a chapter of fiction... by Lesliemarch
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Lesliemarch This FREE Note-Taking Chart is a simple graphic organizer to help students in grades 3-6 take notes when reading or after reading a chapter of fiction...
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check out - use the idea---What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures --use with STONE FOX - write from Searchlight's point of view.« Library User Group by esmeralda
esmeralda
esmeralda check out - use the idea---What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures --use with STONE FOX - write from Searchlight's point of view.« Library User Group
Birds of a Feather
Students will enjoy what they are doing by drawing, allocating ideas and painting the picture. I want to use this for my 3rd or 4th graders in narrative writing. by Queencassie
Queencassie
Queencassie Students will enjoy what they are doing by drawing, allocating ideas and painting the picture. I want to use this for my 3rd or 4th graders in narrative writing.
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The Interactive Reading Notebook is great for students of all ages. These digital journals allow students to respond to texts through video, audio, and other creative ways. Use them with or without graphic organizers for nonfiction text! $ by leona
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leona The Interactive Reading Notebook is great for students of all ages. These digital journals allow students to respond to texts through video, audio, and other creative ways. Use them with or without graphic organizers for nonfiction text! $
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I use this for Accelerated reader. Every 10% of their goal they earn, the student pops a balloon. Inside the balloon is a post it with a reward written on it- like tickets, in class snack, etc. Totally motivates students to read. Today was the first day of the school year a balloon was popped :). by carrie
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carrie I use this for Accelerated reader. Every 10% of their goal they earn, the student pops a balloon. Inside the balloon is a post it with a reward written on it- like tickets, in class snack, etc. Totally motivates students to read. Today was the first day of the school year a balloon was popped :).
Leather stuff
Can we all agree the worst part of menu planning is coming up with what to cook for dinner and every day after?. Here's a solution create a theme for each day and then pick a meal from that list (or create your own) and write down on the calendar I created. Follow the link in bio to find meal ideas and the calendar to print off :) I have kept track of all the meals I've cooked this past year and written down some of our family favorites. Message me if you'd like a recipe for the meals listed. by jodie
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jodie Can we all agree the worst part of menu planning is coming up with what to cook for dinner and every day after?. Here's a solution create a theme for each day and then pick a meal from that list (or create your own) and write down on the calendar I created. Follow the link in bio to find meal ideas and the calendar to print off :) I have kept track of all the meals I've cooked this past year and written down some of our family favorites. Message me if you'd like a recipe for the meals listed.
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Ziploc "My Body" Book -i think i would add what that body part can do as my students have trouble with "what do you use to smell?" the cant say or point to nose by claudine
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claudine Ziploc "My Body" Book -i think i would add what that body part can do as my students have trouble with "what do you use to smell?" the cant say or point to nose
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This is just an interesting idea to consider. I don't care if you disagree (or agree) with the statement. I am pro-choice precisely because I am pro-life. REAL pro-life, not just pro-birth. I want children fed and educated. Not just evicted from wombs. by proteamundi
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proteamundi This is just an interesting idea to consider. I don't care if you disagree (or agree) with the statement. I am pro-choice precisely because I am pro-life. REAL pro-life, not just pro-birth. I want children fed and educated. Not just evicted from wombs.
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