Helena Kerney

Helena Kerney

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Tonya's Treats for Teachers: Monday Made it-Checking for understanding at the end of class

4 Behavior Management Questions

4 Behavior Management Questions Idea-print on cardstock (index card size or smaller) then laminate. Place on student desk as you walk by monitoring the class. No need to speak. Give the student a chance to self correct the behavior.

TWERP by Mark Goldblatt-This will be a powerful read aloud for 5th grade and 6th grade classes. It will allow for discussion on making right choices even if it goes against the wishes of friends. I would put in a fourth grade library, and share with mature third graders.

Middle school boys have been waiting for Julian Twerski. In the recent novel TWERP, author Mark Goldblatt turns the bully paradigm on its head, giving us a gruesomely honest account of the middle school power dynamic.

"NonFiction Find It and Check It" ready to print pages can be used with any nonfiction text. priced item

Help your students identify nonfiction features. This packet reinforces what they should be aware of when reading nonfiction text. Ready to print pages can be used with any nonfiction text.

These page-turners might make the difference.

Teach Your Child to Read - These page-turners might make the difference. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

A website of mentor texts ~ "The purpose of a mentor text is to move beyond the comprehension of a story and dissect the book for its writing craft."   - Adapted from Jennifer Allen

One of Room favorite activities is reading books together during morning and afternoon meetings. One popular book for this group these days is: "Olivia" – by Ian Falconer