This interactive Common Core workbook/magazine includes critical thinking, authentic learning, independent, paired, and whole class activities and lessons. Students will love the interactive workbook/magazine format. Teachers will find it easy to use on an interactive whiteboard, iPad, computer lab, or any other handheld device. This resource is a wonderful supplemental learning resource for ELA Reading for Literacy Standards with many interactive links for games, lessons, and activities students can complete for rigor, and teachers can use as a guide. There are many opportunities for students and teachers to incorporate extended books read in class. Students will enjoy the numerous common core reading and writing tasks. Teachers will enjoy the simplistic yet detailed variety within the interactive magazine. There is a year’s worth of material condensed in less than 80 pages for printing purposes.
This document is what I call a 200 hour document. Between all the reading, synthesizing, designing, re-purposing, etc, this project took well over a month to complete. I will have the RI CCSS version out later this month.
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I have upload the .doc file instead of a .pdf file (you can always do a save as .pdf) if you wanted to make any alterations/adaptations for your class.
As always, thank you for your honesty with purchasing additional licenses for your cohorts. A school only needs to purchase three licenses for a whole grade level regardless if you have more than three teachers in that grade level.
**Thumbnails are just partial pages (bottom 1/4 is not showing). Download the preview copy.
Edzukation: It’s a zoo in education.
Mark Christian Rheault
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