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A HyperStudio Book Report Project
The sixth grade reading teacher and I collaborate so that our students read the book 'From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler,' do vocab, and discuss the story in her reading class, while...
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Appropriate Feedback
Ms. May’s students learn to make positive comments and give constructive criticism when analyzing their peer’s work. Read about how she models appropriate feedback for her students and makes use of her unique Glow and Grow worksheets.
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Art Club
When I volunteered for this position at my local middle school (grades 4-8) where my children attended, I met with the art teacher in hopes to offer the students projects that they had not been expose...
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Ask Three Before Me
This "oldie but goodie" still has legs. Teaching in a K-6 computer lab with 20+ students at a time can be quite taxing when the questions come fast and furious...
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Assigned Weekly Monitors
I find that having assigned weekly monitors cuts down on the kids begging to be a helper. Every week I choose a clerk, a librarian, a folder monitor and a custodian. The clerk passes out papers, the l...
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Beach Ball Review
This review activity is a ball -- literally. A beach ball, to be specific. Find out how Ms. Egan gets her entire class actively engaged in this test-prep game that puts everyone in a good mood.
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Behavior Strikeout
When I have a student who has difficulty following my behavior guidelines, I tell him/her that I am a teacher for everyone in the class and must give everyone my time and attention.
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Beowulf Game
My students dislike Beowulf and the Anglo-Saxon period when I first start teaching it but after the first battle with Grendel, they really get into the excitement of the story. At the end of the unit ...
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Caught Doing Something Good
Caught Ya! Ms. Ashworth rewards her students PECK points when they do the right thing. Students have an opportunity to win small prizes each week and use their PECK points for extra credit on quizzes and tests.
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Charting Class Participation
For this foreign language teacher, managing classroom discussion and encouraging full participation is a must. Her technique for getting students to speak up, and her strategy for tracking their participation, will work in any class.
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