Sylvia Claudette

Sylvia Claudette

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Silent-Reading

Teach Your Child to Read - How I made in-class silent reading work for me. These ideas are really good, especially for middle school teachers and high school teachers. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

If you’re looking for ideas to D.I.Y. an escape room for your classroom, this post and podcast is for you! Get tips and theme ideas to help you make your own escape room a big success.

If you’re looking for ideas to D. an escape room for your classroom, this post and podcast is for you! Get tips and theme ideas to help you make your own escape room a big success.

Are you looking for discussion starters and strategies that will work in your classroom for any text? Read this post about one successful discussion, and discover five strategies you can use in your next discussion. Plus, it includes the chance to get fifteen free creative discussion warm-up activities.

Are you looking for discussion starters and strategies that will work in your classroom for any text? Read this post about one successful discussion, and discover five strategies you can use in your next discussion.

INSTRUCTION - This would be great to read aloud and then post as an anchor chart in a late primary or junior classroom (maybe modify the vocabulary to avoid frustration). Make sure to really exaggerate the monotonous nature of using the same sentence length over and over, and the flow and excitement of varying the lengths! A great way for students to really understand how prosody relates to writing convention.

One of my favorite writing examples. Every writer has their own tone. Read aloud to hear your rhythm. //This Sentence Has Five Words: A Lesson from Gary Provost on Varying Sentence Length//Writing tips//Advice//Editing//Style//

Strategies for Writing a Story Beginning ~ Free lesson activities for teaching students to write a hook for their narratives.

Strategies for Writing a Story Beginning ~ Free lesson activities for teaching students to write a hook for their narratives. Five story hooks for the same story that illustrate five different methods for beginning the story. Read each one and discuss.