From twitter- Create Trading Cards for Fictional and Historical Characters via Free Technology for Teachers – … http://t.co/AtEEfXi53T — Richard Byrne (@rmbyrne) December 9, 2014
I’m not a big worksheet person- but they do provide many options for differentiation. Visit Worksheet Genius to create your own for the younger grades (K-5). For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
Working through the PARCC tutorial with your students might not be the most exciting classroom lesson. Add some energy (and interactivity) with the three Kahoot! quizzes I have created for the TestNav 8 session. There is one for each part of the tutorial ( A, B, and C). I’ve had the students review the tutorial […]
Time is an interactive book to help young students learn about time. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
Irregular Shapes Interactives might be a fun activity for your students. You can practice as well as see examples. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
Here’s a site filled with sounds from the recent past. Museum of Endangered Sounds might be interesting for some of your students. You could play the sound and have students predict the source. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
And I’m not talking about getting their eyes checked. This tweet from ReadWriteThink will help you middle school students read with a different view. Site includes instructional plan and all the materials. Reading Through Different Lenses! Grades 6-8 students learn to comprehend the text styles of different content areas: http://t.co/pZjnxJOcLd — ReadWriteThink.org (@RWTnow) December 5, […]
I had an awesome time yesterday with Mrs. Langella’s class while they shared their holiday traditions with ChatterPIX. They wrote their script, drew an image, and then recorded. I merged their work into an iMovie. I’m sure they would appreciate your feedback.
This tweet from ReadWriteThink offers a structured jigsaw approach to reading information text in middle school. Engage students in content area reading with the Textmasters strategy: http://t.co/zhZKS0cZNW — ReadWriteThink.org (@RWTnow) December 5, 2014
Okay, ants and Mia Hamm… what’s next? We found this cool board, submitted for Epic Story, about the conspiracy theories concerning the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Tune in next week for our final fave board… it’s about travel, in case you’re doing some over the New Year break.