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What does a 5th grade reading lesson in a typical elementary school look like? I will walk you through a 60 minute ELA lesson that’s highly engaging and highly effective. It’s a simple idea that yielded great result in my upper elementary classroom. Get your sticky notes ready and let’s teach! #stickynotes #literacyactivities #upperelementary #fifthgrade #readingcomprehension #lessonplanning #teachingreading #teachingideas #readingideas #readinglessons #literacy
Context Clues Activities! This blog post features a context clues lesson, anchor chart, and interactive notebook entry! The free printables are available for immediate use!
Jenna Bulling saved to Teaching:)
Get organized with a daily and weekly ELA plan so that you feel confident and prepared. Planning the structure of a class period varies by unit. Start here!
Bailey Austin saved to Middle school classroom
If you’re new around here, you may not know that I am ALWAYS preaching on and on about managing your time in the classroom efficiently , especially when it comes to centers. This is because I am of the firm belief that centers clear space for the best teaching you can possibly give: small group
Samantha Pohl saved to For my classroom
Our principal has really been encouraging us to add more writing into our daily lesson plans. "They should be writing all day long" he tells us. The research is there to back him up. I bumped into this Roll and Retell page from Fun In First on Pinterest awhile back and finally figured out how to add it to our learning day. I printed and laminated four copies of the Roll and Retell page to hand out to each of my four table groups. After a round of Daily 5 I handed them out. I also gave each…
Whether your students are lethargic or super-charged, adding movement to your lesson plans will help to solve both issues. Not only is it healthy to move throughout the day, but it can also help students focus and become more engaged with the content they are trying to master. Due to the nature of English classes, ELA ... Read More about 10 Ways to Add Movement in the ELA Classroom
Teaching point of view in upper elementary with rigorous activities, anchor charts, assessments, and more! Keep your kids engaged in rigorous content.
Do you use a yearly pacing guide? It is so handy to have a map of how you plan to fit the various standards into your academic year. Things WILL change, but it
Amanda Gilbert saved to 2021-2022
Learn how to identify point of view types, and why they matter.
Jackie saved to reading project ideas
Hi everyone! I've decided to share my lesson plan outlines with everyone each week or at least as often as I can. If you aren't signed up for my newsletter, please sign up now. I'll send the lesson plans and free resources out each month for you to have. If my newsletter opt-in doesn't pop up for you, just email me and I'll add you to the list. My hope is that we can collaborate and make the best learning experience possible for students. You will definitely find lesson ideas and outlines in…
Erika Liestman saved to Alphabet/Literacy Ideas