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This resource includes all standards including reading comprehension (literature and informational), writing, language/grammar, fluency, speaking and listening.These are COMPLETE 400+ pages of Assessments and Teaching Notes for ALL English Language Arts Standards for 5th Grade. These will cover your
Do your students know how to have REAL discussions where they actually listen to each other and link their ideas to others in the group? If not, Discussion Connections has the tools you need to foster effective cooperative learning discussions. This product includes five lessons that make it easy fo
Get your students closely reading and writing about informational text. Teach your students to highlight key ideas, take annotative notes, form opinions, debate, cite evidence, and write persuasively!This resource outlines for teachers how to implement close reading instruction with informational a
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
Are you ready to watch your student engagement skyrocket?!  Students will work together to solve the mystery AND practice a variety of academic skills including; inferencing, critical thinking, problem solving, reading comprehension, and much more!  The material is so fun and engaging, students won'
These 10 simple strategies will engage your students in discussion and help you meet the Speaking and Listening Core standards. The colorful posters are ready to print and hang or project in your classroom for easy reference when you want kids to talk about topics or text. Introduce a few at a time
Why do we study history anyway? This back to school activity is a must have for any history or social studies class! Start the first day of school (or the first lesson of any history class) with “WHY” because students always want to know why? Why am I learning about history? Why do we have to stud
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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The Literature Circles | Classroom Book Clubs Discussion Bundle includes three products that will motivate your students to love reading as they learn how to have productive team discussions. The most important component of this bundle is Classroom Book Clubs: Literature Circles Made Easy, a series
Do you want your students to lead their own meaningful discussion as they engage in critical thinking without you orchestrating the process? Like other academic skills, student-led discussion needs to be taught explicitly. This pack is designed to give you the tools you need as the teacher to do jus
This resource was designed to meet Common Core Standards in Speaking & Listening for grades 3rd to 5th. According to the standards, students need to be able to “engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions with diverse partners on grade-level topics and texts, building on other’s i
Book Clubs are a great way to keep your students motivated to read, encourage independence and responsibility, and support and meet the Common Core Standards for reading, language, and speaking and listening. >>> NOW INCLUDES BOTH DIGITAL AND PRINTABLE VERSIONS<<<This resource sup
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3rd - 5th
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Tuck Everlasting 98-page standards-aligned teacher guide includes coursework, activities, quizzes, tests, and much more aligned with the Common Core State Standards and NCTE/IRA National ELA Standards for 5th through 7th grade. Designed for as much or as little teacher instruction or intervention as
Overview: This novel unit for Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing comes complete with a detailed teacher guide, anchor slides, student activities (printable and digital), vocabulary and word work, a bulletin board set, and response activities.------This novel unit is so much more than comprehension ques
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3rd - 5th
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Do your students have trouble making inferences from text? This standards based PowerPoint lesson guides students in the art of making inferences. It also includes a funny photo with the chance to make an inference and an exit ticket. Your students will love being asked to make inferences from these
This set contains 545 pages of I can statements in kid-friendly language. There are I can's that cover ALL the standards in the 5th grade Common Core English Language Arts curriculum. I have also included 9 pages of standards checklists to help you keep track of what standards you have covered and w
Here is another fun mystery game! Kids love to solve mysteries and this game is very exciting. Read the story aloud to the students. Pass out the clues to each student and let them solve the case together. This is a great tool for critical thinking, finding inferences, and team building skills. Disc
Rationale for using Discussion Cards:Discussions are guided by students’ responses to what they have read. This approach provides a way for students to engage in critical thinking and reflection as they read, discuss, and respond to books. Collaboration is at the heart of this approach. Students res
I successfully used my discussion cards for Component 3 of National Board Certification in Literacy: Reading – Language Arts / Early and Middle Childhood. :)Rationale for using Discussion Cards:Discussions are guided by students’ responses to what they have read. This approach provides a way for stu
Rationale for using Discussion Cards:Discussions are guided by students’ responses to what they have read. This approach provides a way for students to engage in critical thinking and reflection as they read, discuss, and respond to books. Collaboration is at the heart of this approach. Students res
I think this strategy would have been one Miss Agnes would have used :)I successfully used my discussion cards for Component 3 of National Board Certification in Literacy: Reading – Language Arts / Early and Middle Childhood. :)Rationale for using Discussion Cards:This strategy is powerful in giving
This Native American interactive notebook packet can be used to help students learn and organize information about Native Americans in different regions of the Unites States including Pacific Northwest, Southwest, The Plains, and Eastern Woodlands. Contains pages for interactive notebook or booklet
This product was created in an attempt to continue our classroom momentum in both Social Studies and History prior to our statewide exams. It seems as though this subject falls short as we prepare for both Reading and Math exams. I have incorporated some key ELA skills into a packet that will prom
It's the one everyone's been waiting for! An EDITABLE mystery. Edit the names of the characters to be staff members from your school. Bring this mystery to life for your students!This is the PERFECT back to school activity for your classroom. Get students excited about learning from day one.***To ed
This resource addresses this novel as an allegory, as C.S. Lewis intended. Readers will be asked to compare/contrast events in the book to the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.Rationale for using Discussion Cards:Discussions are guided by students’ responses to what they have read. This

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