Literacy and Learning Centers for the Big Kids: Building Literacy Skills and Content Knowledge, grades 4-12By Katherine S. McKnight, Ph.D.E… more

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These Close Reading posters make it easy for teachers to get students to explore complex texts. Incorporate mini-lessons as necessary,… more

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This is why improvisation works in the classroom: To be an improviser (and this is true of improvisers who perform… more

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Students, often do not understand that the apostrophe mark in a contractionlike can’t or wouldn’t, actually signals to the reader… more

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Literacy and Learning Centers for the Big Kids: Building Literacy Skills and Content Knowledge, grades 4-12By Katherine S. McKnight, Ph.D.E… more

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In this hands-on resource, literacy expert Dr. Katie McKnight offers secondary teachers a clear understanding of what literacy looks like… more

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SkillsStudents practice reading, reasoning, citing evidence, conversation, and persuasion, while reviewing content. Mini-LessonModel this activity and do some practice rounds… more

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Improv guidelines and games for building literacy, problem solving, and classroom community.  This is the paper mentioned in the podcast,… more

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Mini-LessonModel this activity and do some practice rounds as part of whole group instruction.Demonstrate how to cite evidence (show the… more

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In this activity, students begin by engaging in close reading or attentive listening. Then they complete a graphic organizer by… more

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Students work together on reading goals (identifying a central idea, summarization,citing evidence), speaking & listening goals (conversation, reasoning, citingevidence, presenting… more

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These Close Reading posters make it easy for teachers to get students to explore complex texts. Incorporate mini-lessons as necessary,… more

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This is why improvisation works in the classroom: To be an improviser (and this is true of improvisers who perform… more

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This is why improvisation works in the classroom: To be an improviser (and this is true of improvisers who perform… more

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Students, often do not understand that the apostrophe mark in a contractionlike can’t or wouldn’t, actually signals to the reader… more

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Literacy and Learning Centers for the Big Kids: Building Literacy Skills and Content Knowledge, grades 4-12By Katherine S. McKnight, Ph.D.E… more

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In this hands-on resource, literacy expert Dr. Katie McKnight offers secondary teachers a clear understanding of what literacy looks like… more

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SkillsStudents practice reading, reasoning, citing evidence, conversation, and persuasion, while reviewing content. Mini-LessonModel this activity and do some practice rounds… more

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Improv guidelines and games for building literacy, problem solving, and classroom community.  This is the paper mentioned in the podcast,… more

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Mini-LessonModel this activity and do some practice rounds as part of whole group instruction.Demonstrate how to cite evidence (show the… more

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In this activity, students begin by engaging in close reading or attentive listening. Then they complete a graphic organizer by… more

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Students work together on reading goals (identifying a central idea, summarization,citing evidence), speaking & listening goals (conversation, reasoning, citingevidence, presenting… more

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These Close Reading posters make it easy for teachers to get students to explore complex texts. Incorporate mini-lessons as necessary,… more

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This is why improvisation works in the classroom: To be an improviser (and this is true of improvisers who perform… more

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This is why improvisation works in the classroom: To be an improviser (and this is true of improvisers who perform… more

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Students, often do not understand that the apostrophe mark in a contractionlike can’t or wouldn’t, actually signals to the reader… more

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