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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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Adding Machine Scrolls
Ms. Keohane’s students compete to see who can identify the most instances of words from a weekly list: nouns, adjectives, multi-syllabic words -- the list varies. Most interesting is the adding machine tape.
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Amazing Adjectives
Ms. Hudnall has a great tip for teaching adjectives while giving students a chance to dance and sing! See how this top might be music to your ears!
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Backwards Spelling
Ms. Sennett plays a fun spelling game with her students. There’s backwardness, and there’s spelling, but students learn to spell the right way!
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Differentiated Spelling Ideas
Ms. Kempin takes spelling lessons across the curriculum. Read about her tip that caould help develop spelling and many other student skills.
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Essential Skills
Middle school educator Ms. Auman read a book that changed the way she teaches and grades book reports. Read about the book here, and how she uses it to integrate life skills learning into her curriculum.
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Learning Difficult Vocabulary
Elizabeth C. shares a few vocabulary strategies that are not only fun, but really help the students remember tough words from their reading. Read more about "Learning Difficult Vocabulary", here.
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Overhead Sentences
Ms. Harder found that when her students are able to move the words around on the overhead, the class can see what's going on and they pay attention. So she created this tip and it really works for her.
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Reading and Spelling Station
Students in Ms. Deaton's class and other classes practice fluency and build self-confidence because they enjoy this spelling and reading activity. Read more about her "Reading and Spelling Station" here.
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Recorded Spelling
Ms. Gumz found a great way to communicate and teach her English Language Learners and their parents. She used a simple tape recorder and noticed her students' improvement and their families' appreciation.
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