Finally, graphic definitions for middle school and high school English Language Arts, Reading, and Writing!!
All 95 (actually, now there are 96) colored posters have pictures and/or examples, along with short, kid-friendly definitions, helping students to remember key terms easily. Great classroom
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You might be thinking I have enough genre resources. What makes these 17 genre posters stand out from the rest is that they include REAL PICTURES OF REAL BOOKS, not just clip art. I teach english language learners at a high poverty school. My students do not
Teach strategies to identify a setting in text and describe a setting in writing. This printable features a variety of differentiated activities and everything you need to create an interactive bulletin board.
1. "Where Am I?" a Reading Comprehension Exercise: 5 passages each desc
This 58 page explorer unit covers the exploration of Coronado, La Salle, Cabot, and Champlain in North America as well as the Portuguese explorers in western Africa. It is aligned with both the Virginia History Standards (4.a) and the Common Core. The activities are appropriate for students in grade
Question words and responses are a great review for all ages. I have included a few versions of this activity so that Kindergarteners can draw to show understanding and see a visual and that 4th graders can write a quick response to show what they know. I use this in my whole class direct reading