Melissa Blondinau

Melissa Blondinau

Melissa Blondinau
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Where's your proof? Teaching students to use evidence.

10 Textual Evidence Anchor Charts Well-placed anchor charts are a reference for students and a tool that promotes great discussions. These 10 anchor charts will reinforce your students' skills when it comes to finding and using textual evidence.

Debating talk

To start or continue a discussion. hold students accountable for their answers and opinions.love this for teaching how to discuss books in reading workshop, great anchor chart!

Evidence

10 Textual Evidence Anchor Charts Well-placed anchor charts are a reference for students and a tool that promotes great discussions. These 10 anchor charts will reinforce your students' skills when it comes to finding and using textual evidence.

Here's a set of posters for helping students think about the meaning of multiplication.

Here's a set of posters for helping students think about the meaning of multiplication. Take it to an anchor chart to create meaning with our students.

Blooms Taxonomy conversations that are anchors for learning and thinking

Blooms Taxonomy Classroom Posters not just posters, but conversations that are anchors for the learning and thinking work. (The students can challenge themselves to get to the higher level-G)

Free Resource! What is an effective way to get your students thinking at a deeper level? Let me share what works well for my students! Free Resource for your classroom! Rachel Lynette has my idea posted on her blog! 1. Lesson Plans for any book (2 pages) 2. List of Character Traits for student notebooks (2 pages) 3. Possible Themes poster or printable 4. Evidence Web 5. Critique Questions (2 pages) 6. Reasoning Web 7. Example questions 8. Book Response Reasoning Printable ROCKIN RESOURCES

What is an effective way to get your students thinking at a deeper level? Let me share what works well for my students! Lesson Plans for any book pages) List of Character Traits for student notebooks pages) Possible Themes poster

So many kids, so many different ways to learn!

A helpful representation of the multiple intelligences for all us visual-spatial learners. Seriously, this helps me as the Multiple Intelligences are always presented in WORDSand words can be hard to comprehend for everyone but the Linguistic learner.