"The jigsaw technique is a method of organizing classroom activity that makes students dependent on each other to succeed. It breaks classes into groups and breaks assignments into pieces that the group assembles to complete the (jigsaw)
These questions are designed to learn about your students on various levels. There's basic questions like favorite/least favorite subject that are simply nice to know in advance. There are personal questions such as how they spend their free time or
This file has your basic large lined paper that you use every day in the classroom. The second page is lined on the bottom and has room on the top for a picture whether for an illustration to go with a book summary or a picture to help figure out a
Parent-Teacher communication is vital to a successful school year. To start out right, hand these out to students at the beginning of the year. Or use the second sheet and just give it right to parents if you have a Parent Orientation.
This is an activity geared toward reading comprehension. When a group reads a book, and must present it to the class, they each get to answer one of the questions about the book. Who, what, when, where, why, and how. The blank mustaches are for if