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Patti Porto

Prism | Home - 13 views

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    "A Tool for Collaborative Interpretation of Texts"
Vicki Davis

Anchor Charts - 11 views

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    There are many great teachers to follow on pinterest. Here is a board that collects anchor charts. Those of you who teach english or composition will love the ideas here.
Toni Olivieri-Barton

Building Language for Literacy Home - 5 views

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    Simple but great ideas for teaching naming, letters and rhyming.
Suzie Nestico

Differentiated Instruction Strategy Raft - 33 views

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    Great presentation on how to use RAFT for writing across the curriculum
Fredy Hernandez

Super teacher Worksheet - 17 views

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    Printable, free worksheets for teachers
Leigh Zeitz

Making Sense - Home - 15 views

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    This is an astounding website for learning math and literacy. Requires signing up, but it is free.
Michael Johnson

Writing Can Improve Reading Skill, Study Finds - Curriculum Matters - Education Week - 14 views

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    Specific writing strategies can play an important role in boosting reading comprehension. That's the bottom-line finding of a new analysis of research.

    The report, out today from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, says that teachers can improve students' reading skills by having them write about what they are reading, teaching them writing skills, and increasing how much they write.
Bob Martin

Storybooks | Where Did the River Go? | learndirect - 12 views

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    Digital storytelling and writing resource
Ruth Howard

Clicker - About Clicker 5 - 0 views

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    There' s a group here in Tassie gathering to learn this software- the video reveals an adaptable resource that automatically forms sentences with clearly audible speech, images and text simultaneously.

    Clicker is a writing-support tool for any subject area. Build sentences by selecting words, phrases and pictures; hear words spoken by realistic software speech before you write; and hear completed sentences spoken back to you!
Ted Sakshaug

ReadWriteThink: Learning Beyond the Classroom - 0 views

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    activities for teens and children explore reading and writing away from school hours
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