GenieBooks in PowerPoint GenieBooks in PowerPoint Decodable books for beginning readers Lad and the Fat Cat. Introduces short a; requires only consonants and glue words. Lad wants to take a nap on his mat but someone is already there and she won't move. Maybe his growls will convince her she needs to find her own mat. Ants in a Can. pyright Information All our products are provided for use under the following copyright licence and, by downloading, you agree to abide by the following terms: All products © 2005-2016, SparkleBox Teacher Resources Limited (www.sparklebox.co.uk) You are free to copy, distribute, display, and perform the material provided • you give SparkleBox credit, acknowledging www.sparklebox.co.uk as the source; • it is not for commercial use (this includes offering products in exchange for money or using them in such a way as to generate direct or indirect income for personal or business gain);
Owl Eyes Offers a Good Way to Guide Students Through Classic Literature Owl Eyes is a relatively new tool that provides teachers with a good way to provide students with guidance while they are reading classic literature. Owl Eyes provides teachers with tools to insert annotations and questions into classic literature. Students can see the annotations and questions that their teachers add to the digital text. Teachers have the option to create online classrooms through which they can monitor their students' progress through a text and view their students' annotations and answers to questions. The texts available through Owl Eyes are mostly classic works that are in the public domain.
Pronunciation Pronunciation Lessons Intonation - Intonation is the rising and falling sounds of the voice when speaking. Intonation (Part 2) - Phrasing - In addition to the intonation of a statement, there is another aspect of speech that indicates meaning -- phrasing. Intonation (Part 3) - Contrast - Once the intonation of new information is established, you'll soon notice that there is a pattern that breaks that flow. Guided Reading in Google Apps for Education This week I am giving some guest bloggers the opportunity to share their ideas and experiences. This is a post from Trevor Krikst. The ability to link various documents within Google Apps makes it ideal for a digital Guided Reading program. Bringing Guided Reading into the Google realm has made it simple for me to consolidate my plans, texts, student work, and assessment into one location. It all begins with the Guided Reading Launch Page, a hub which, through linking, allows quick and easy access to: a weekly schedule anecdotal assessment documents an assessment form digital texts guided group folders (within which I store tasks, student work, and texts) Here is the Guided Reading Launch Page: As you can see, the Launch Page contains information found in traditional Guided Reading planning templates, such as group names, student names and the instructional focus for the week.
Storytime Online – 100+ Free Video Read Alouds IndyPL Homepage Search The Catalog My Account More Online Reading: These Video Read Alouds are brought to you by some of our awesome literacy partners: Teaching for Success: Lessons and Teaching - British Council This free online course is for English language teachers around the world. It will help you develop the skills and practices you need for your continuing professional development (CPD). This course is part of our Teaching for Success: Practices for English Language Teaching program. In the program we will look at the 12 professional practices for CPD on the British Council’s teacher development framework. In this course you will look at four professional practices: Planning lessons and courses Managing resources Managing the lesson Taking responsibility for professional development.
Fiction Archives Our privacy promise The New Yorker's Strongbox is designed to let you communicate with our writers and editors with greater anonymity and security than afforded by conventional e-mail. When you visit or use our public Strongbox server at The New Yorker and our parent company, Condé Nast, will not record your I.P. address or information about your browser, computer, or operating system, nor will we embed third-party content or deliver cookies to your browser. 100 English Synonyms to Expand Your Vocabulary – Espresso English A synonym is a word with the same or a similar meaning as another word. For example, the words big and large are synonyms. Buy and purchase are also synonyms – although we tend to use “buy” in a more informal context, and “purchase” in a more formal context.
London Top 10 Sights - Explore the Highlights Explore the Top 10 Sights London belongs to the most popular destinations for city trips. Among the long list of reasons for that you will find at the top the long history, unique antique and modern artworks, the international reputation and of course the wealth of tourist attractions. As a result you will find very often long queue lines in front of the highlights. The information provided by city-walks will help to avoid waiting times and to create a sightseeing tour with your favorites.
welcome_pgo Congratulations on selecting PebbleGo from Capstone. PebbleGo is an award winning pre-K to grade 3 database for reading and research. Your PebbleGo database includes built-in reading and research tools for emerging readers.