Teacher Tap: Interactive Websites, Games, and Activities What websites will get my students actively involved with learning rather than just reading off the screen? Where can I find simulations and other interactive learning experiences? I need to address individual differences. Some students need more practice than others. Where can I find interactive, practice activities for students?
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Teacher Tap: Interactive Websites, Games, and Activities What websites will get my students actively involved with learning rather than just reading off the screen? Where can I find simulations and other interactive learning experiences? I need to address individual differences. KS1 Literacy Drag and drop the names of the classroom items on to the picture. The name box will turn green if correctly placed. Drag and drop the names of the animals on to the picture. The name box will turn green if correctly placed. Find and select the letters in the correct order to make the word. If you choose the wrong letter you have to start that word again.
Our Cool School: Persuasive Writing: OREO....updated with PDF files I am gearing up to teach persuasive writing. I ran across an Oreo reference for a graphic organizer and being a lover of graphic organizers, acronymns and of course OREO's...I had to work something up. I'm also working on a powerpoint that I hope to share in a few days! When I view this documents in Google Reader they look wonky, but when I download them and view them, they look great. Let me know if you want them and your copy is "wonky" and I'll reload them as PDF files. Here are the pdf's in case you don't have the same fonts loaded that I have used and you prefer the look of what you see here.
Vocabulary Games at Play Kids Games Vocabulary Games Moontype 2 An amazing typing game that's out of this world! Classroom Stingray Vocabulary and Math Games Play these games that were added by classrooms. You can add your own by following the link above! Challenge booklists - Books - Reading Challenge <div class='noindex'>You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page.</div> Turn on more accessible mode Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content
Writer’s Digest - Writing Prompts After weeks of secret detective work, partners Barbara and Nolan are on the verge of cracking the case. They’ve been posing as employees at a high-profile financial firm named MoneyMakers LLC., trying to prove that the CEO named (fill in the blank) has been ripping customers off. After hearing him say incriminating things into... You’ve been an extreme coupon cutter for years, to the point where you have gained national recognition for it. But you’ve developed a rival coupon-er named (fill in the blank).
Photo of the Day – Powerhouse Museum April 11th, 2014 by Lynne McNairn This image shows the workings of the busy docks in Darling Harbour in around the 1890s. The area pictured is Grafton Wharf which was used by the Clarence and Richmond River Steam Navigation Company. The building in the centre is No 1 Sussex Street which was used as offices by the steamship companies. One sign by the door reads ‘Ship Engineer, Adelaide S.
6 Powerful Google Docs Features to Support the Collaborative Writing Process via @soxnevad @Getting_Smart #DigLN #EdTech, #IOLchat Email Share September 3, 2012 - by Susan Oxnevad 0 Email Share Sharon J. Washington, executive director of the National Writing Project, said: “Today’s young people are using a range of digital tools to compose and create in new and exciting ways. I Keep a Writer's Notebook alongside my Students. Do you? I began requiring journal writing way back in 1990--my first year of teaching. I had taken a methods class at my university that stressed the importance of having students keep journals to record daily responses to topics. I said, "Why not?" and every student from day one maintained a spiral-bound "journal" for me. Most students tossed their journals in the trash on the last day of class in June; they could have cared less about the responses they'd scribbled in there, and I knew they didn't care about their journals, yet I continued to use this daily practice for those first five or so years of teaching. To be perfectly honest, journal-writing was ten or fifteen minutes of daily "busy work" that allowed me to take care of attendance and set up the classroom's lesson for the day while the kids were quiet.
10 Quick Classroom Games to improve Literacy Skills A colleague of mine recently shard these 10 great ideas to impove literacy skills in the classroom. They are simple to play and can be applied to nearly all year levesl. Enjoy. Sentence Stretching Writing Objectives Using Bloom's Taxonomy Various researchers have summarized how to use Bloom’s Taxonomy. Following are four interpretations that you can use as guides in helping to write objectives using Bloom’s Taxonomy. From: KC Metro [old link, no longer functioning?] Bloom’s Taxonomy divides the way people learn into three domains.