Try this quick reading check in strategy to keep students accountable for their independent reading. It is also important for teachers to demonstrate an interest in their student's reading choices, but it must be done quickly in a large class. This check
Do you have so many ability levels in your class that differentiation feels impossible? Is there enough time to plan for all the needs in your classroom? Here are 2 real life examples of how differentiation and inclusion can be a support to classroom teachers instead of causing burn-out.
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Read about the four most important basic reading comprehension strategies to scaffold middle and high school students' understanding of complex texts. #readingstrategies #comprehension #highschoolenglish
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Creative lesson ideas for the middle and high school classroom from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.
Stop negative behavior in your classroom before it starts by reinforcing your expectations and recognizing positive student behaviors. With two simple tools, I successfully managed student behavior at the secondary level. A ticket system and "shout outs" are little to no cost, require little work for you as the teacher, and will encourage on task, positive behavior from your middle school and high school students.
Keep a running total of points for quick speaking assessments with your students! Google Forms makes it really easy to instantly share feedback to your students and keep a record for yourself! See how!
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Teachers, do your students love using Kahoot as a review game in class? Here's another idea for how to use Kahoot quizzes in your classroom: Blind Kahoot! Use Kahoot games to introduce a new concept in any subject - math, reading, science, spanish - you name it! Your middle and high school students will love this fun activity instead of taking notes. It's a great way to change up your lesson plan!