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Interactive student notebooks

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A Teacher's Guide to Interactive Student Notebooks

I was asked to present Interactive Student Notebooks at our Gulf Regional Innovative Teaching Conference. I have used them in my classroom for 4 years and was super happy to share all of the things I have stolen from other teachers! I only had 50 minutes to talk about something I could talk for days about! What better way to teach teachers about interactive notebooks than to have them create their own! This is also my love letter to Math Equals Love for putting her amazing ideas out into the…

Wednesday's Weekly Favorite Pins

I am on a roll today!!! Three posts in one day! The Wednesday Weekly Favorite Pins have proven to be pretty popular these last few weeks and that makes me happy. Love sharing these great ideas! Over at Mrs. Patton's Class she blogs all about how her kiddos wrote about themselves before they wrote about characters in books. What a great way to practice addition!!! No directions with this one just the pic but I'm sure you guys could create this one easily! We played Scoot often and my firsties…

I love the way I set up my student's interactive notebooks in math! These tips will help a teacher in any subject get things going at the beginning of the year.

I love the way I set up my student's interactive notebooks in math! These tips will help a teacher in any subject get things going at the beginning of the year.

Interactive Student Notebooks and Close Reading... A Perfect Pair! - Musing From The Middle School

I've written before about how "close reading," presented as a "NEW and IMPROVED" way to teach reading sorta rubs me the wrong way. Like most buzz words and theories in education, I get annoyed when

Spanish Notebook Section 3: Grammar Structures

Spanish Interactive Notebooks If you've read my posts on teaching Spanish without a textbook, you know I've moved away from teaching explicit grammar. I don't introduce verb charts until at least December, and every year that gets later. For the first part of the year, our grammar section sits empty. This is because students are acquiring grammar structures through comprehensible input, even when they don't know it. Our 'class content' section is chock-full of grammar. It's just not…

Interactive Reading Notebook

Each time your students add a page to their notebooks, have them write the page number in the bottom corner. They will be able to write page numbers next to

Why I Don't Use Interactive Notebooks in my Secondary Classroom - It's Not Rocket Science

Interactive notebooks have been one of the biggest trends in education over the last few years, but are something I’ve never been able to buy into. I've

Interactive Notebooks – How to Get Started

When I discovered interactive notebooks a few years ago, I knew I'd found a goldmine! I finally had a place for students to keep notes, add fun foldable activities, and more. I always say that

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Four Interactive Notebook Activities that recycle the Spanish Days and Months vocabulary. Students glue in the days in order and then write in the days that correspond to the statements. They answer questions and correct errors always writing complete sentences. See what else is included!
Having a reference binder for reading and spelling during an Orton-Gillingham lesson or other reading intervention can help students develop a sense of confidence, ownership and independence. Shop over 40 Templates for spelling notebooks here at The Literacy Nest
Spanish Present Tense isn’t so easy and must be mastered before students can progress to more complex tenses and the subjunctive. This 61-slide Cambios Ortográficos PowerPoint and printables is a complete lesson on the orthographic changes en el tiempo presente and includes practice of the sounds and conjugations, activities in which students choose the correct spelling, pronounce words, practice verbs that end in consonant, -cer, -cir, in vowel, -cer, -cir, in -ger, -gi, guar, -uar, -iar, uir.
The Spanish Present Progressive Tense is so fun to teach! Especially when you have the right resources. Students love the video and story that provide comprehensible input. The PowerPoint has easy explanations and great visuals and the worksheets, attention getters and hands-on interactive notebook activities are engaging. The no-prep lesson plans do everything for you! Everything you need to teach the gerund is included. Advanced students learn the gerund with 6 more tenses. Click the link!