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Allyson Weikel
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Point of View - Anchor Chart - Elementary/Middle ELA Edit: Limited - Outside View + 1 Character's Thoughts

15 Life-Changing Middle Grade Books 15 Life-Changing Middle Grade Books Great story life lesson = 15 middle grade books worth checking out! The post 15 Life-Changing Middle Grade Books appeared first on School Ideas. Middle School Books, Middle School Libraries, Classroom Libraries, Elementary Library, Upper Elementary, Classroom Decor, Class Library, Future Classroom, Kids Reading

50 Great Books to Teach in Middle School

15 Life-Changing Middle Grade Books Great story + life lesson = 15 middle grade books worth checking out!

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Challenge your limits

kaltoids: “ I love colour coding. And to be honest, it took me a while to assign each colour a meaning but now I’ve been using this system for about 2/3 years and it’s been extremelly helpful and I...

I like the idea of real vs fake reading so that students understand the expectations during independent reading Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Learning, Teaching Ideas, Reading Comprehension, Reading Stamina, Reading Logs, Teaching Style

ELA Everyday

Wow is all I can say about the kiddos I have this year... they are quite different from the group we had last year and I am thankful! The first two days were crazy with all of the meetings and going over the campus rules, but finally we got down to the nitty gritty today. I teach both Reading and English to 3 period of kiddos and wanted to share what we did today. It was cram packed, but we got everything done and with a smile on our faces. :) During reading we started our reading spirals…

I like the idea of using "nesting dolls" (as she calls them) to help explain synthesizing Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Guided Reading, Close Reading, Reading Resources, Learning, Reading Is Thinking

Life in 4B...

Last week we looked at the beautiful language and sentence fluency in All the Places to Love by Patricia MacLachlan. I decided to do a small writing project with the kids to help them adopt a more fluent writing style and to write more like Patricia MacLachlan. We noticed that all the places the characters loved in her book had to do with nature. I modeled for students how I thought of a place in nature that I love (the Horicon Marsh), followed by nouns that I see, feel, smell, hear, and…

Away (Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach) Guided Reading Anchor Chart- Downgrade for First Grade but love the Expectations poster!Guided Reading Anchor Chart- Downgrade for First Grade but love the Expectations poster! Small Group Reading, Guided Reading Groups, Reading Centers, Reading Lessons, Reading Workshop, Reading Strategies, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Notes

Anchors Away (The Literacy Effect)

It is one of those rare fall days where the air smells sweet and there is a light breeze ruffling the leaves in the trees. It is almost warm enough for just a t-shirt, and the sun is shining so brigh

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Classroom management: Pencils

Pencils are one of those things that are not taught in your undergraduate classes. Sad, because they can cause so much frustration in your day-to-day life as a teacher. I thought I would share a few of the things I learned - many times - the hard way! It was my second year of teaching and I was very nervous. I had a year under my belt so I knew there was a lot about teaching that I had yet to learn and I knew I didn't know everything. I was at a new school so I wanted to make a good…

Novels for Grades 5 & 6 Classic Novels for grades 5 and Perfect for read alouds or for them to read on their own.Classic Novels for grades 5 and Perfect for read alouds or for them to read on their own. 6th Grade Reading, Kids Reading, Teaching Reading, Teaching Kids, Reading Books, Reading Lists, Teaching Science, Good Books, Books To Read

Classic Novels for Grades 5 & 6 - Intentional Homeschooling

Let's continue our list of kids classics by looking at some great novels for grades 5 and 6. If you missed it you can check out the other lists: Classic

Teaching and Tapas: Grade in Spain: Anchor Charts: Reading and Writing Goals -- What a great idea! Teaching and Tapas. Writing Goals, Reading Goals, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Strategies, Writing Rubrics, Paragraph Writing

Anchor Charts: Reading and Writing Goals | Teaching and Tapas

LOVE these two anchor charts...one for reading and one for writing!

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Analyzing Informational Text Manila Folders & Annotation Stations + DIGITAL

Analyzing informational text | Whole class activity | Graddes 7-12 | Works with ANY text

50 Must Read Books for Middle School 50 Must Read Books for Middle School- a selection of quality books from multiple genres themes and eras. The post 50 Must Read Books for Middle School appeared first on School Ideas. Middle School Boys, Middle School Libraries, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Middle School Classroom, Kids Reading, Teaching Reading, Reading Lists, Book Lists

Middle School Reading List for Homeschool (The Unlikely Homeschool)

She's a reader. There's no denying that.She's also quite driven. At only 11, she has already chosen her desired college, major, and minor. And while I recognize that at eleven her opinions and plans m

The Show Me Librarian: The "What We're Reading" Wall-- basis for a bulletin board in library; add copies of book covers or student favorite book reports Teen Library, Class Library, Elementary Library, Library Lessons, Library Books, Library Ideas, Library Design, School Library Displays, Middle School Libraries

The "What We're Reading" Wall

When I recapped the 2012 YALSA YA Literature Symposium last week, one of the conference ideas I mentioned liking was the "What We're Reading"board. I'm excited to say that, with just a small amount of supplies and staff time, we have a version of the board up in our children's area. I have a relatively open wall above a table that will (in the next few months) feature my branch's early literacy computers. Until then, the table houses a rotation of things. Previously it was where you could…

historical fiction anchor chart "The Other Side" mini lesson Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Strategies, Learning

5 Days in 1 Blog Post...

Honestly, it's been that busy of a week... phew! We started our WKCE state testing this week. Students took the reading and math sections of the test on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and they will continue to take the other science, language arts, and social studies sections in the weeks to come One of the skills we learned during Writer's Workshop this week was how to use a thesaurus. A thesaurus is a reference book students can use to find a synonym for a word they may be overusing in…

Middle School Classroom Tour is part of Classroom decor Middle - Great ideas and inspiration in this middle school classroom reveal from decorating to small group areas to hanging posters and anchor charts Classroom Organisation, Teacher Organization, Classroom Setup, Classroom Design, Classroom Management, Classroom Agenda Board, Future Classroom, Classroom Posters, Setting Up A Classroom

Middle School Classroom Tour

Great ideas and inspiration in this middle school classroom reveal - from decorating to small group areas to hanging posters and anchor charts.