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Reading notebooks in 4th and 5th grade help organize independent reading, reading skills, and more! Read about our reading notebooks and grab free printables to help set yours up.
Jennifer Findley saved to Teaching Main Idea
You will notice on our blog that my students use amazing learning tools called Thoughtful Logs. Many of you have emailed asking for more information about Thoughtful Logs - what they are, how to use them, etc. I figured I'd just post the information here with pictures to help answer your questions. Here we go! Where The Idea Came From: Our district had several elementary teachers pilot Linda Dorn and Carla Soffos' Comprehensive Literacy Model this past two years with the help of a literacy…
Establishing consistent accountability when using the workshop approach to teaching and learning may seem daunting at first. After all, your students are producing, and consuming an immense amount of content during workshop on a daily basis…far more than you can (and want) to grade. The good news is, you don’t have to grade every activity. I know what you’re thinking…”If I stop grading every single thing…there won’t be enough accountability.” The reality is, there are other far more…
Sarah Josephine saved to Literacy
Hey hey there! I know that many of you are enjoying long and lazy summer days. I also know that many of you are still trucking away in your classrooms and my thoughts are with you! I wanted to give you some extra insight into Rooted in Reading and especially give you an idea of how I set up my interactive notebooks with my students. If you have NO idea what I am talking about when I say "Rooted in Reading" read THIS POST here to see all about the 2nd grade version. You can also look at the…
Rishel Stewart saved to school ideas
Learn how to set up Reading Notebooks for Upper Elementary grades. Check out the post for FREE printables to create effective reading notebooks for your students.
Hayley Anderson saved to Reading
Learn all about how you can use Interactive Student Notebooks to facilitate close reading!
Lora Drum saved to Interactive Notebooks
Create an engaging and rigorous class novel unit with Interactive Notebooks. Here are some tips for designing for middle and high school students.
Jamie Scrapbookingprincess saved to ELA