Whole Body Listening Visuals

Whole Body Listening Visuals
Whole Body Listening Visuals
Whole Body Listening Visuals
Whole Body Listening Visuals
Whole Body Listening Visuals
Whole Body Listening Visuals
Whole Body Listening Visuals
Whole Body Listening Visuals
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What's included: 1-8.5x11 poster (all whole body listening expectations on one poster), 3-8.5x11 combo posters (whole body listening expectations on 3 total posters), mini posters, desk strips, and bookmarks.

How to the 1-8.5x11 size poster? This poster visual is intended to be used as a reminder visual to be posted in areas around the classroom or in areas where reminders of whole body listening are needed. For example, It can be posted in the center of a small group table, or collaborative learning center.
How to use the 3-8.5x11 posters? Print all three of 8.5x11 sized sheets that contain all the whole body listening expectations. These posters are intended to be posted in a central and highly visible area of the classroom. It is intended to be referenced as the learning tool referenced often during instruction.
How to use the mini poster? The mini-posters are used as a reference for students who need the added visual reminders for them personally. Some examples are to put the mini poster inside a students locker or cubby, on their binders, folders, as a bookmark, etc… These can also be posted in small group tables, or collaborative learning centers.
How to use the desk strip? The desk strips are intended to be taped securely on students’ desks as a visual reminder right in front of them. This can also be used on kidney tables for small group instruction.
How to use the bookmarks? The bookmarks are intended to be used as bookmarks. These are simply as added visuals for your students to remember what is expected of them—not that students need more reminding during reading time. Instead the concept is that the more students (and the teacher to enforce) see the expectations, and are exposed to the common visuals and common language around the classroom and ideally the whole school.
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