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Rhondda Powling

25 Reading Strategies That Work In Every Content Area - 3 views

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101 Excellent Sites for English Educators - 9 views

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     A lot of sites mentioned. Organised under headings: Writing Prompts and Starters; Grammar; Reading & Writing; Poetry; Literature; Shakespeare; Spelling; Vocabulary English as a Second Language (ESL); Other ELA Resources; Blogging & Website Creation; Citation; Web 2.0 Tools - Material Creation; Web 2.0 Tools - File Sharing, Hosting, Viewing and Collaborating; Web 2.0 Tools - Gathering Feedback/Creating Quizzes; Web 2.0 Tools - Document Annotation; Free eBooks and Audio Books
Rhondda Powling

Six Traits for Identifying Complex Texts > Eye On Education - 3 views

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    The Common Core State Standards for Reading call upon students in grades K-12 to read and comprehend complex literary and information texts independently and proficiently. But before students can learn how to tackle complex texts, teachers must be able to identify texts that meet this challenge. In Big Skills for the Common Core: Literary Strategies for the 6-12 Classroom Amy Benjamin and Michael Hugelmeyer outline six traits that can be used to identify complex texts and the difference between informational texts and literary nonfiction.
Rhondda Powling

20 Education Technology Books You Should Be Reading | Edudemic - 1 views

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    A list from the edudemic people listing "some of the best edtech reads out there, from essential texts on the subject to cutting-edge research, that will help you learn about and implement educational technologies and curricula that can truly benefit both you and your students."
Rhondda Powling

The problem of the read-aloud - readerswithautism.com - 3 views

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    Read Alouds are a vital component of the literacy curriculum, yet many autistic children do not respond well to them. Advice on this issue is from the Readers with Autism blog
Tania Sheko

Teaching Online Reading Habits | Kevin's Meandering Mind - 9 views

  • Like many of you, I talk to my students about authenticity of content — to be critical readers online — but I don’t often guide them through how to read a webpage or a multimedia document.
  • I don’t make the same assumptions when it comes to thinking about theme and character development and point of view when it comes to our novels? Why don’t I do the same for the world where they spend most of their time — the online space?
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    An interesting post about the need to teach students how to read a webpage or multimedia document. Interesting that we teach them how to evaluate the authenticity of web content but not how to read a web page.
anonymous

Learning Styles Online.com - including a free inventory - 0 views

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    Learning styles are a way to help improve your quality of learning. By understanding your own personal styles, you can adapt the learning process and techniques you use. This site is dedicated to helping you better understand learning styles, as well as providing an easy way to discover your own styles.
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