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A Cheer for Spelling
Give me an S-P-E-Double-L, and what have you got? A really fun game that challenges your students to get their spelling words right. Ms. Carlos’ teaching activity is simple and easy to implement, and great for all learning styles.
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A Class Full of Reluctant Readers
If you’re having trouble getting your high school students to read and improve their reading skills, I would highly recommend the book, I Read It, but I Don't Get It: Comprehension Strategies for Adol...
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A Purpose to Read
Through a service learning grant, this educator was able to foster the love of reading for her students after shool hours. See how this tip can enrich your community!
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Acquiring Classroom Books
Ms. Dewitt lends some great advice for ELL teachers with this tip: she what she advises for assessing student comprehension as well as phrasing and fluency in English and Spanish.
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Active Student Learning Games
Ms. Bezet has discovered that her young students learn best when they’re active. Learn about the half dozen different kinesthetic learning games she uses to teach vocabulary, parts of speech and other language arts skills.
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Adopt-a-Book... Plus!
Ms. Wargo has a creative way to get students intrested her school's media center. See what she recycles to keep kids enthusiastic about reading.
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Advertising Books with Posters
Find out how Ms. Flowers helped students create a school-wide advertising campaign for reading. The whole school got involved, and the hallways and her class bulletin board look all the better for it.
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Balloons-R-Us
Mr. Failor's tip helps engage lower-performing reading and math learners while they earn money. See if "Baloons" can can work for you!
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Battle of the Books
This year-long, school-wide contest gets the entire community involved in a fun reading event. Students compete, teachers and principal coach, and parents cheer them all. It includes Olympic fanfare and a torch runner (seriously!).
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Book Bag Report
This tip takes the ordinary book report assignment to a whole new level. See how this educator incorporates more learning elements than just a written review to create a deeper learning experience for her readers.
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