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Character Education: Citizenship (Following the Rules)
Looking for a way to help children follow the rules? Need to curb tattling in a healthy way? Hoping to get your kids to use their words more? These citizenship lessons are designed to support your success in those areas! :) Lesson 1: Following the Rules Use anchor charts I've provided to lead a
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Literature Circles | Classroom Book Clubs (Step-by-Step Lessons and Printables)
Classroom Book Clubs: Literature Circles Made Easy includes 5 short videos for teachers plus the printables you need to set up and run Literature Circles in your classroom. This method does not include Literature Circle roles, so the program is easy to implement in a flexible manner. Kids love this

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Discuss, Debate, Write: Texting & Ethics Topic for Grades 6-12
Discuss, Debate, Write: Texting & Ethics Topic for Grades 6-12 This lesson is designed to be a one period activity focused on speaking & listening skills. Students will discuss, debate, and write about what they would do if they received an inappropriate image of a classmate on their cell p
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Discussion Prompt Cards
Encouraging student-to-student discourse is one way to create an authentic learning experience for your students. These discussion prompts can help your students to be fully engaged by sharing their thinking and creating questions to academically converse with one another. Using these prompts will
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April Discussion Starters
Using discussion starters is a great way to incorporate speaking and listening standards while helping building a community of learners in your classroom. What are discussion starters? Discussion starters cards that contain a question, thought, or task for students to think about, and respond to. T

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Discuss, Debate, Write: Money & Ethics Topic for Grades 6-12
Discuss, Debate, Write: Money & Ethics Topic for Grades 6-12 This lesson is designed to be a one period activity focused on speaking & listening skills. Students will discuss, debate, and write about what they would do if given back too much money after making a purchase at a store. Student
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Public Speaking: Sharing Ideas
See the entire public speaking item by downloading the preview. This item is also available in a Beginning The School Year bundle. Click Here Are you tired of "Show And Tell?" Kids bring in ridiculous items and waste teaching minutes sharing them. Ugh. "Care. Dare. Share." gives students sharing

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Infer and Discuss! Who is the Driver?
In this lesson, students will look at vanity license plates to infer who may be driving the vehicle. This lesson is engages students in open-ended discussions, a development of background knowledge and vocabulary, and how words and phrases can have multiple meanings. The activity includes 20 differ
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Project Based Learning Bioethics Debate PBL Genetics Evolution Ecology
UPDATE (08/06/18): New topics related to current events with the Golden State Killer and Wooly Mammoth cloning were added with relevant news articles.Project-based learning is “a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and
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Evaluate Your Group Members
Group Work is often a difficult grade to give, as informal observation by the teacher is one of the only ways to determine if students are working well together and all pitching in to the task at hand. Well, I've found a way to make grading student participation in a group easier for everyone! E
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Class Discussion Sentence Starters
The sentence starters for class discussion should be given to students to help them have academic discussions about the topics they are learning. This resource facilitates accountable talk activities, learning centers for discussion, book study, literacy circles, jigsaw, etc.
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Accountable Talk:   for Middle School and High School
50 DIFFERENT SENTENCE STEMS AND QUESTIONS WILL KEEP YOUR STUDENTS TALKING AND ENGAGED!! These Cafe Conversation Cards were created to help students learn how to ask thought-provoking questions and engage with classmates for an academic purpose. Simply make enough copies for each group, have stude
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Understanding how theme connects novels to the world: group presentations
**This project can be used with any novel and will take place over the duration of the novel. It comes with an example of what the presentations can look like, reproducible worksheets to help your students understand, plan and organize their presentations, and a rubric for easy grading. Theme is one
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Potato Head Learning
Promotes speech and language development, fine motor skills, writing, collaboration, and critical thinking skills during play. Countless articles have been written about the benefit to toddlers playing with Mr. Potato Head. Additionally, college students have been using Mr. Potato Head in their
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Interview a Classmate Biography Project - Beginning of the Year
This classmate interview project is a great way to help your students get to know each other at the beginning of the year AND strengthen their writing skills. Groups of students develop interview questions. After pairs of students conduct interviews, they then write their partner's biography in one
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Taboo Drawing
Taboo Drawing in an activity that teaches students how to visualize other perspectives through collaborative drawing. Students sit back-to-back; one student describes a topic while the other has to draw it out and guess the topic.
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Romeo and Juliet Snakes and Ladders plot points
Discuss the plot points in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and see how the tide of fate ebbs and flows. The young lovers play a tragic game of Snakes and Ladders. Students follow the highs and lows of the story and chat together about the meaning of the play. Prelude to a writing activity.
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