Lessons in a Bubble - Kimberly Jacobs

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It can be hard to find practice writing centers or prompts that will support our students growth. This can be true for younger writers, reluctant writers or students that struggle. Here are 10 prompts that spiral real writing expectations with 3
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This is one of my best lessons ever! Students experience opportunity cost as they must make life and death decisions. Includes formal lesson plan with objective scenario, patient profiles 4 different rubrics to choose from when scoring Both oral
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This lesson is includes 160 words set into pairs for past and present tense word work. There are 3 sets of center cards, larger colorful for younger kids. Smaller set that is ink friendly and a great bonus pack for students who don't need visual
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This is a growing bundle. Currently has calendar for August to January. Will grow to be the entire year. The topics address different writing formats and genres. Saves tons of time! You can either choose the topic of the day or pass out to
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This is a simple calendar of 20 topics covering writing styles. It includes 3 rubric choices to promote self evaluation and reflection. This resources will allow you to have a writing topic every day but only have to evaluate or handle papers
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This bundle will grow to include a calendar of journal topics for each month of the year. It is hard to be consistent with writing when you have to be creative everyday. For kids and for teachers. This resource gives you TONS of ideas across
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This is a NO FAIL summary writing unit. I have used it in general ed classes as well as special ed classes. The four steps allow students to focus on writing without worrying about reading text. There are lesson plans for three full days but can
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This is a great lesson with a simple graphic you can make using HUGE paper or note cards. In this lesson students to retell or create a story without all the wasted time on details that don't move the story forward or add to the purpose. It helps
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This is my 28 th year teaching and is my third year as a k-12 RSP teacher at a charter school. So I wear many hats as the needs of the students and teachers vary so much. Just prior to this I worked as a K-5 RSP teacher at a title 1 school. Before that is was a general ed teacher for fifteen years in 8th, 5th and 3rd grades. I also spend many a night teaching at the local teacher college with my favorite class being lesson planning. Yep, love me a lesson plan.


Small groups! Even before my move to special education I practiced the effective yet insanely demanding routine of small group differentiated instruction. The long weekends of planning taught me to be efficient by empowering student to participate in their eduction. They became my partners and we walked through the year hand in hand discovering who they were, what they were best at and when they needed me to support them.


4 years Who is Who in education Published in 2002 in "Over our Shoulders and Into our Classrooms"


BA from Sacramento State University in Social Science MS in Curriculum Develpment from National university Currently hold three teaching credentials Special Eduction including autism authorization Multiple Subject Single Subject Social Science and ELA supplimental


I started writing stories when I was 7. But, my dad was a teacher and I wanted to grow up to be just like him. Now that I have developed into a teacher leader I am going to head into my 50's by embracing my dreams, my talents and the 21st. century. I am going to start blogging and sharing as well as learning from all the wonderful new teachers that have chosen to change the future forever! Come visit me at 4thekids.net

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