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Comparing Poems
Now that some standardized tests have a poetry component, Ms. Robson's school adds a twist to learning about poems. Read about her tip and see if it can work for you!
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Creating Found Poems Based on Current Events
Move over, 3 R's, the 3 C's are the theme of this unique tip! See how this educator combines current events, culture and creativity for a unique learning unit for 9-12 learners.
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Daily Poetry Reading
Help your students improve their oral reading skills and become fans of poetry with nonstop laughs. Ms. Thompson suggests a few fun and funny poetry resources to use with her daily, giggle-filled poetry activity.
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Every Job Requires Readers
Ms. Young instills instills the importance of reading as a life skill into her students with activities that simulate real world careers. Best of all, she invites workers and leaders in the community to reinforce the lesson.
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Irregular Plural Nouns with a Bit of Holiday Spirit!
Ms. Hyler, a learning disabilities specialist and fourth-grade teacher, has created a unique version the song The Twelve Days of Christmas. With costumes, signing and movement, it is not only memorable but provides multi-sensory approach.
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Learning Difficult Vocabulary
I learned a few vocabulary strategies that are not only fun, but really help the students remember tough words from their reading. One strategy is to take the word and create a...
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Math Songs
This high school math teacher came up with a fun way for students to remember how to handle integer operations.Read about this tip and how it could be music to your ears.
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Music Hearts
Ms. Benson creates colorful foam hearts and uses them as visual and tactile teaching aids in a number of creative, musical activities to help young music students learn beats, measures and time signatures.
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Musical Algebra
When Ms. Kash created a fun mnenomic for a difficult euqation, it caught on with other teachers, too! Even her students call it a "huge hit".
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New Beginnings
The third-grade students in Ms. Cirtin’s class memorize a poem by Helen Steiner Rice to help them remember important things. It sets the right tone for the rest of the year. Some of her students still remember and recite the poem as graduating seniors.
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