Creating 6-Trait Revisers and Editors for Grade 4: 30 Revision and Editing Lessons (9780205570607): Vicki Spandel Review "As a teacher-leader, I recommend Vicki Spandel's materials to fellow teachers, local, county, and state administrators, college professors, and student teachers. Her books, teaching guides, and podcasts never fail to impress educators from a wide variety of backgrounds and experience. Most importantly, her materials show students of all grade levels how to become stronger authentic writers."
WritingFix: Sharing Quality Writing Lessons techniques strategically designed to "fix" reluctant writers and writing teachers Our Northern Nevada resource website freely shares with the world! Here in Northern Nevada, our local writing project (the NNWP) will continue to sponsor this WritingFix website, which we launched back in 2001.
QAR is a strategy where students examine the type of question and consider where they need to find the answer. There are two main places where answers are found, either in the text or in your head. There are two further subdivisions for questions in the text. First, the answers can be right there in the text. Right there questions will usually be found in one location in the text usually within the same sentence. literacymalden - QuestionAnswerRelationships
literacymalden - ReciprocalTeaching To read without reflecting is like eating without digesting. -Edmund Burke Reciprocal teaching is an instructional approach that supports students in develop four key comprehension skills, i.e. predicting, summarizing, clarifying, and questioning. The instructional approach can be used by students individually to monitor their own comprehension or with a peer as they partner read text. A small group of students can also use reciprocal teaching to engage in a discussion about what they are reading, where each students plays a role as one of the four comprehension strategies. Bookmarks for Reciprocal Teaching Bookmarks for Reciprocal Teacher.pdf
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Classroom Resources Home › Classroom Resources Grades K – 12 | Student Interactive Venn Diagram This interactive tool allows students to create Venn diagrams that contain two or three overlapping circles, enabling them to organize their information logically. Grades 3 – 12 | Mobile App Word Mover