Back to school means back to Discovery Education. Now that your bulletin boards are hung and your classroom procedures are posted, it’s time to dig into some engaging instructional ideas. Whether you have devices for every student or your classroom tech equals the projector and your laptop or maybe you are somewhere in between, your
Working on your weekly lesson plans? This Sunday blog series, Lively Lessons, will provide you with Discovery Education content and lesson plan ideas! Celebrate the achievements of workers in the United States throughout its history with this exploration of Labor Day. Established as a national holiday in 1894, Labor Day recognizes workers and the labor movement.
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I love the SOS strategies. Over the past year, I’ve had many occasions where I was asked to cover a classroom for a teacher. That’s when SOS came to the rescue! Here’s how I twisted and super-sized some popular SOS strategies for my students…with great success!
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Paper Chat is a great way to get students thinking without speaking and it gives all students equal opportunities to voice their thoughts. Some students may be reluctant to write on the butcher paper when others can see what they are writing. One way to mix it up would be to have students complete this in small groups. The group of students can move around to see what is written in other groups. You could also pose different questions for each group.
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