You can count the seeds in an apple, but you can't count the apples in a seed... For seeds that root themselves will grow into a tree of knowledge, thus bearing even more fruit. Teaching is like gardening; you nurture as many seeds as you can.
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This Active Reading Quiz can be used as a group activity or an individual assessment of how well students can define and understand what it means to accomplish Active or Close Reading. A Word Bank is provided to assist students with sentence
This Word Bank Quiz can be given as a group activity or an individual assessment after DBQ Essay formatting has been discussed in class. (See related product: "DBQ ESSAY NOTES - QUIZ") Students should be given an overview of what DBQ Essay Writing
This Reading Comprehension quiz is designed for Truman Capote's "Miriam" short story. Students are assessed based on their knowledge of Characters & Quotes, True / False Statements, Inferencing Through Connotation, and Possible Theories about
This triangular-shaped rubric can be used for Independent Reader Journaling, D.E.A.R. Time Reflections, or other types of Close Reader writing. Each level of the pyramid requires slightly mote rigorous reflection, and is aligned with NYSED Common