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General Literature Part 2

General Literature Part 2

General Literature Part 2. Photographs of adaptations and modifications to support literacy access for students with significant disabilities. Adapted Glossary: Glossary in a regular education text book adapted with the specific vocabulary for a student with significant disabilities.

By melva
(79 views)

Common Core State Standards and Essential Standards

Common Core State Standards and Essential Standards

Common Core State Standards and Essential Standards. Information for HMS Families. Overview… English Language Arts… Math… Literacy… Essential Standards…. Overview of Common Core. Overview… English Language Arts… Math… Literacy… Essential Standards….

By ambrose
(153 views)

Writing and Academic Language

Writing and Academic Language

August 18, 2011. Writing and Academic Language. Agenda. Writing: How’s it going? Academic language: What’s the deal? Now what?. Why does being a good writer matter?.

By honora
(86 views)

Title Slide for Prop Box

Title Slide for Prop Box

Title Slide for Prop Box. Virtual Prop Box Your name Child Development I LHS 2012. Center Your Box will be Used In . Traditional Use – add photo. Creative Use – add photo. The box. How will you decorate your box?

By bette
(149 views)

NEW ZEALAND

NEW ZEALAND

NEW ZEALAND. Also known as Aotearoa By William Fitness. Where in the world is this country located? Give a geographical location using specific vocabulary in your description such as continent,ocean,hemisphere,bordered by sea, neighbours.

By liz
(132 views)

Preparing for the SOLs

Preparing for the SOLs

Preparing for the SOLs. Jamie Hughes History & Social Sciences Professional Development Specialist hughesjl@pwcs.edu. Thoughts on review. Review content regularly: It should be an on-going process through the year to help student make connections.

By zhen
(88 views)

English Learners, Text Complexity and Close Reading

English Learners, Text Complexity and Close Reading

English Learners, Text Complexity and Close Reading. Douglas Fisher www.fisherandfrey.com. The teacher needed to…. Establish learning goals Check for understanding Provide feedback Align future instruction with student performance. “ Fewer, Clearer, Higher ”.

By geneva
(116 views)

LESSON 1

LESSON 1

LESSON 1. Summer jobs. Looking for / understanding and replying to job advertisements. Aims : t o learn to use the Internet in a purposeful and effective way

By obelia
(77 views)

English SOL Institute Elementary Persuasive Writing Workshop

English SOL Institute Elementary Persuasive Writing Workshop

English SOL Institute Elementary Persuasive Writing Workshop. Amanda Rude, NBCT Victoria Salvat, Ed.S, NBCT Blue Ridge Writing Project Teacher Consultants. Persuasive Writing. Reading and writing go hand-in-hand

By rangle
(73 views)

Conciseness

Conciseness

Conciseness. The art of amazing writing. Definitions ( www.thefreedictionary.com ):. Concise - Expressing much in few words; clear and succinct. Succinct - Characterised by clear, precise expression in few words. Precise - Clearly expressed or delineated; definite.

By maina
(104 views)

Informative Writing

Informative Writing

Informative Writing. 2014 Term 2. WALT understand the purpose of informative texts. What is writing to inform? What text types are there? What sort of language do we use? What sort of illustrations do we use? How is informative writing different to narrative and recount?.

By chipo
(180 views)

Press your Luck. No Whammies!

Press your Luck. No Whammies!

Press your Luck. No Whammies!. Instructions. 3. 12. 11. 15. 9. 5. 1. 4. 10. 8. 7. 2. 14. 6. 13. Instructions. Write down the number of the question Write down your answer (just the letter is fine, you do not have to write the entire question). Menu. Skip!. Question 1.

By rollin
(600 views)

Informative/Explanatory Writing

Informative/Explanatory Writing

Informative/Explanatory Writing. Common Core Georgia Performance Standard (CCGPS) ELACC7W2: Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas, concepts, and information through the selection, organization, and analysis of relevant content. (DOK 4)

By talon
(190 views)

C O M M O N C O R E

C O M M O N C O R E

C O M M O N C O R E. READING: LITERATURE (RL). I will be able to RL.7.1  Cite several pieces of textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.

By walter
(112 views)

Informative/Explanatory Writing

Informative/Explanatory Writing

Informative/Explanatory Writing. Overview of Common Core Standard and How to Get Started. August 2011 P . Browne C. Deering. Informative/Explanatory Writing. What is it? List some examples: Explain what it is not. W2 CCR Anchor Standard .

By ronli
(434 views)

Body Parts and Injuries

Body Parts and Injuries

Body Parts and Injuries. Unit Objective: Students will be able to use specific vocabulary to refer to body parts and use adverbs of cause and effect to discuss injuries. Day One Objective: Students will identify specific body parts. Advanced Where is your _____?

By orrick
(202 views)

Specific Vocabulary

Specific Vocabulary

Specific Vocabulary. Anorexia: anorexia Fashion: moda Freedom: libertad Slimness: delgadez To succed: tener éxito Affection: cariño Bulimia: bulimia Designer: diseñador/a Catwalk: pasarela To parade: desfilar. Is it really neccessary to be so thin to be a successful model?.

By nitesh
(109 views)

Video: Why We NEED Common Core

Video: Why We NEED Common Core

Video: Why We NEED Common Core. Why We Need Common Core. What is the priority CCR and MPS?. What is the Phase One Priority College & Career Readiness Anchor Standard in English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science and Technical Subjects?

By makana
(111 views)

Conciseness

Conciseness

Conciseness. The art of amazing writing. Definitions ( www.thefreedictionary.com ):. Concise - Expressing much in few words; clear and succinct. Succinct - Characterised by clear, precise expression in few words. Precise - Clearly expressed or delineated; definite.

By norm
(127 views)

Do Now

Do Now

Do Now. Post your instructional priority or use chart paper to create a poster-sized copy of your instructional priority – whatever state it is in!. The TIME Collaborative Creating Schools with More & Better Learning Time. Session 2 –Using Time Well, part 1. Goals of Our Work Together.

By tuari
(121 views)

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