Visualizing, Inferring, Synthesizing, Determining Importance, Making Connections, Questioning. A strategy card for each! Based on my all-time favorite professional development books, Strategies that Work! $
Everything you need for tier 2 or tier 3 reading interventions, including passages, running records, comprehension, vocabulary, word work, and progress monitoring! Great for tier 1 instruction and practice too!
In this activity, students will learn about the Holocaust and genocide as they visit four different stations in a museum like experience. At each station, your students will be exposed to primary source images, quotations, maps and readings as they learn about the Holocaust.
Middle School Reading Logs 14 different FULLY EDITABLE reading log graphic organizers allow students to reflect upon their reading and write about it in a meaningful way. You may use these logs for homework as independent reading logs, for chapter reviews, as preparation for partner discussions or Socratic Seminars, to gage comprehension during or after reading of whole class novels or short stories - the possibilities are endless!
This Book Report Menu Kit is just what you need to get your students excited about book reports again. With 17 projects for your students to choose from, they are sure to find ones that will engage them in reading once again. ($)
Literary Analysis Group Activity: Student-Led Lesson that Works with ANY Novel
Pssssst hey, Teach. You shouldn't be the hardest working person in the room. In this student-directed literary analysis activity, students become the teacher, closely reading and analyzing an assigned chapter of a novel, then teaching it to the class. Leave the choices, responsibility and learning up to your students, then stand back and watch what happens.
Public Speaking Intro Lessons: As Taught by TED Talks