Classic Short Stories 80 Interesting Ways To Use Google Forms In The Classroom 80 Interesting Ways To Use Google Forms In The Classroom by TeachThought Staff When you think of innovative, edgy, compelling uses of technology, Google Forms isn’t exactly the first thing that leaps to mind. While you’d probably prefer a piece of hardware that’s affordable, easy to use, and mobile that allows students to direct their own mastery of content in peer-to-peer and school-to-school learning environments, for now you just might have to settle for a spreadsheet. No, wait. Come back. Spreadsheets are simply a kind of framework, yes? And they have built-in formulas to perform calculations, visualize data, and communicate information in ways we–and students–are not used to seeing, right? So maybe a self-grading assessment? Questionnaires? See, I told you it’s not so bad.
Story Writing Communication 4 All Resources to Support Inclusion This has opened in a separate window - just exit to return to the Literacy page. Story Recipe Cards: click the image to download Creating Characters Toolkit: click the image to download Story Writer's Toolkit: click the image to download Also available write on flash cards for pupil ideas Digital Book PowerPoint Template: click the image to download Red Hot Writing display: click the image to download Also available: Red Hot Writing assessment stickers, chilli pepper bordered paper with or without Chico the Chilli and Chilli display border Story Mountain Resources: click the links below the images to download Blank Story Mountain: available in A4, A3(prints over 2 sheets of A4) or Large Multisheet (approximately A2 size) Story Mountain with boxes for writing: available in A4, A3(prints over 2 sheets of A4) or Large Multisheet (approximately A2 size) Also Available: PowerPoint Story Mountain Planners for pupils: click the links below the image
CALLIHOO Writing Helps--Feelings Table Character Feelings You can describe your character's feelings in more exact terms than just "happy" or "sad." Check these lists for the exact nuance to describe your character's intensity of feelings. SF Characters | SF Items | SF Descriptors | SF Places | SF EventsSF Jobs/Occupations | Random Emotions | Emotions List | Intensity of Feelings Famous Short Stories For Middle School The Cask of Amontillado- Edgar Allan Poe A man schemes to take revenge on someone who injured and insulted him. This is a dark story with a lot of tension. There’s suspense in the physical action (will the narrator’s revenge be successful?) Resurrection of a Life- William Saroyan The narrator recollects his life as a 10 year old paperboy during WW I. Resurrection of a Life contains some stream-of-consciousness passages and deals with belonging, accepting reality, and the nature of memories. The Wish- Roald Dahl A young boy attempts to cross a long carpet in his home, imagining it to be full of snakes and hot coals. Dahl is probably best known for his classics Charlie and the Chocolate factory, James and the Giant Peach, and Matilda. A Burlesque Biography & The Story of the Bad Little Boy- Mark Twain In A Burlesque Biography, Twain goes back hundreds of years to describe some of the notables in his family line. In The Story of the Bad Little Boy, a boy’s many misdeeds go unpunished.
TBT Video Introduction Male Narrator:Ohio has many programs and initiatives aimed at ensuring that all students are prepared for future success in a rapidly changing global economy. To understand the connections between these efforts, it helps to look at the big picture. Most of the initiatives fall into these four categories: What Teachers Teach;How Teachers Deliver Instruction;Measures of Student Learning; andMeasures of Educator Effectiveness. To adapt to these changes, collaboration and streamlined improvement processes are critical. The Ohio Leadership Advisory Council (OLAC) has developed a framework to help schools use collaborative structures and share the responsibility for improving student achievement. Through these structures, many districts and schools are using the Ohio Improvement Process - or OIP - to set and monitor their improvement goals. The OIP includes a 5-Step Process that can help streamline implementation efforts. This process is the same, whether it’s being used: Step 1 Includes:
Elements of a Story Home | Catalog | About Us | Search | Contact Us | Site Map | © Annenberg Foundation 2016. All rights reserved. Legal Policy Classic Short Stories--Related Links American Literary Classics. Twenty great American short stories. Bibliomania. This site has some wonderful stuff-Anna Karenina, The Hound of the Baskervilles, four Jane Austen novels, Cooper's Last of the Mohicans. byGosh.com Children's Classics. ClassicReader.com. Complete Works of William Shakespeare. DynamicFiction.Net. East of the Web. Edgar Allan Poe. F. IndianChild.com. Ink Pot. Internet Public Library. Jack London's Ranch Album. MysteryNet.com. Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library--Duke University. Short Stories @ Short-Story.Net. Short Story Community. Short Story Group. Stories in a Nutshell. Story Bytes. StoryMarket. World-English. Writers Free Reference. Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute.
10 Great Tools to Integrate with your Google Docs Since Google officially changed Google Docs name to Google Drive and a number of updates have been introduced to improve its overall performance. One very recent update is an increase of cloud storage capacity to 15GB usable across Gmail, Drive, and Google Plus. It is quite obvious that Google is trying to outsmart its immediate competitor Dropbox and I think Google is successful in its strategy so far. To make Google Drive stand out from the crowd, Google opened it to apps developers and allowed users to select from a wide variety of web apps to integrate into their Google Drive accounts. I have curated for you some interesting apps that are integrated into Google Drive and which you can install right from your Google Drive interface. This is how o install any of the apps below into your Google drive : Head over to your Google Drive, click on create, then click on " connect more apps", then type in its name in the search pane and click on " connect " 1- WeVideo 2- PicMonkey 4- Lucid Chart
The Ransom Of Red Chief by O Henry IT LOOKED like a good thing: but wait till I tell you. We were down South, in Alabama -- Bill Driscoll and myself -- when this kidnapping idea struck us. It was, as Bill afterward expressed it, "during a moment of temporary mental apparition"; but we didn't find that out till later. There was a town down there, as flat as a flannel-cake, and called Summit, of course. It contained inhabitants Of as undeleterious and self-satisfied a class of peasantry as ever clustered around a Maypole. Bill and me had a joint capital of about six hundred dollars, and we needed just two thousand dollars more to pull off a fraudulent town-lot scheme in Western Illinois with. We selected for our victim the only child of a prominent citizen named Ebenezer Dorset. About two miles from Summit was a little mountain, covered with a dense cedar brake. "Hey, little boy!" The boy catches Bill neatly in the eye with a piece of brick. Bill was pasting court-plaster over the scratches and bruises on his features. "Ha!
One Stop Resource for Google Docs If you’re a Google Docs user, curious about Google Docs, work with Google Docs with students, and especially if you’re looking for help understanding all of the features of Google Docs, then you’ve got to bookmark MaryFran’s Google Docs Tutorials. Created as a Google Site (of course), this is a huge collection of resources, tutorials, videos, … all devoted to helping the visitor understand the ins and outs of working with Google Docs. That’s really the best description I can think of to describe this site. Navigation and use is as simple and powerful as Google Docs itself. Just select a topic of interest from the left side navigation menu and read on. Google Docs users – make sure that you bookmark this resource. Powered by Qumana Like this: Like Loading... Related OTR Links 12/16/2011 Main Page - Math Lesson and Unit Plans page divided by grade level and strand. In "Links" OTR Links 04/09/2012 OTR Links for 07/10/2011 In "Computers"
"The Fan Club" by Rona Maynard There was a ripple of dry, humorless laughter—almost, Laura thought, like the sound of a rattlesnake. Rachel stood before the class now, her face red, her heavy arms piled with boxes. Diane Goddard tossed back her head and winked at Steve. “Well, well, don’t we have lots of things to show,” said Miss Merrill. “Man, that kid’s dumb,” Steve muttered, and his voice could be clearly heard all through the room. With a brisk rattle, Miss Merrill’s pen tapped the desk for silence. Rachel’s slow smile twitched at the corners. “Hurry and pick them up,” said Miss Merrill sharply. Rachel crouched on her knees and began very clumsily to gather her scattered treasures. “My—my speech is on shells.” A cold and stony silence had settled upon the room. “Lots of people collect shells, because they’re kind of pretty—sort of, and you just find them on the beach.” “Well, whaddaya know!” “This one,” Rachel was saying as she opened one of the boxes, “it’s one of the best.” “Or in a trash dump.”