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High school students

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Close Reading on a Ring: Independent Reading... by Aimee VanMiddlesworth | Teachers Pay Teachers

Description *THIS PRODUCT IS SIMILAR TO MY CLOSE READING IN A JAR PRODUCT* Your students will love reading independently while continuing to use the close reading strategies you have taught them. They simply take a binder ring and Close Reading Tool Kit to their seat when reading a short passage. Students choose cards before/during/after reading to help with comprehension and understanding. All cards require students to highlight a word, sentence, or part of the passage to demonstrate…

This project involves drawing photorealustic paint blobs using colored pencil techniques wirh high school students. Click the link to get the presentation. #coloredpencildrawing #drawingideas #photorealistic #highschoolart

This project involves drawing photorealustic paint blobs using colored pencil techniques wirh high school students. Click the link to get the presentation. #coloredpencildrawing #drawingideas #photorealistic #highschoolart

Easy college scholarships without essays. High school, undergraduates, and graduate students can apply! #collegescholarships

Easy college scholarships without essays. High school, undergraduates, and graduate students can apply! #collegescholarships

These are some of the best resources to get your older child talking and thinking about some real life situations. Try some of these talks and see where the conversation goes. These are great for middle and highschool age. #talk #conversation #homeschool #middleschool #highschool #ideas

TED Talks are informative, engaging, and often leave me thinking. Here are some of my favorite TED Talks for students in middle and high school.

Too many icebreakers require students to take massive social risks with people they barely know. Or they don't really help students get to know each other. Or they are just plain cheesy. Here are three that are actually good.

Too many classroom icebreakers require students to take big social risks with people they barely know. Or they don't really help students get to know each other. Or they are just plain cheesy.

Middle and high school English teachers: how do you teach your students to do literary analysis? Room 213 shares tips and strategies to help kids analyze text.

Middle and high school English teachers: how do you teach your students to do literary analysis? Room 213 shares tips and strategies to help kids analyze text.