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Digital Teacher Resources for 'Any Questions.' Use digital links, comprehension strategies and find recommended titles all in one place - perfect mentor text for reading and writing workshops and it's FREE. #edtech #resources #teachers #reading #writing #books #rww2015

Digital Teacher Resources for 'Any Questions.' Use digital links, comprehension strategies and find recommended titles all in one place - perfect mentor text for reading and writing workshops and it's FREE. #edtech #resources #teachers #reading #writing #books #rww2015

Sneak preview of content from Booksource's Teacher Resources (Combining trade #books and online resources with #CCSS): Use http://www.getcaughtreading.org/ and find celebrity posters "caught" reading. Pair older students with younger students for a read-along in libraries, outside or on a mound of pillows! Share these reading events on http://www.slideroll.com/ with parents.

Sneak preview of content from Booksource's Teacher Resources (Combining trade #books and online resources with #CCSS): Use http://www.getcaughtreading.org/ and find celebrity posters "caught" reading. Pair older students with younger students for a read-along in libraries, outside or on a mound of pillows! Share these reading events on http://www.slideroll.com/ with parents.

And Then It’s Spring is the perfect book to read aloud as we anticipate the arrival of #spring. As a whole group activity, using a graphic organizer, collaboratively plot the events from the text and then analyze how the idea of spring develops over time (#CCSS 3).  By integrating a video time lapse available on YouTube or Teacher Tube as a second resource (CCSS 7), even the youngest students can evaluate the simple argument that spring will be here soon (CCSS 8).

And Then It’s Spring is the perfect book to read aloud as we anticipate the arrival of #spring. As a whole group activity, using a graphic organizer, collaboratively plot the events from the text and then analyze how the idea of spring develops over time (#CCSS 3). By integrating a video time lapse available on YouTube or Teacher Tube as a second resource (CCSS 7), even the youngest students can evaluate the simple argument that spring will be here soon (CCSS 8).

Use 'The Grudge Keeper' for a reading and writing workshop for determining importance. These resources contain digital Teacher Resources with digital links, comprehension strategies and recommended titles all in one place and it's FREE. #edtech #resources #teachers #reading #writing #books #rww2015 #comprehension

Use 'The Grudge Keeper' for a reading and writing workshop for determining importance. These resources contain digital Teacher Resources with digital links, comprehension strategies and recommended titles all in one place and it's FREE. #edtech #resources #teachers #reading #writing #books #rww2015 #comprehension

Sneak peek of Booksource's Teacher Resources (Combining text and online resources with CCSS): Pizza, Pigs, and Poetry and http://jackprelutsky.com/ : contains poetry, music, a biography, and many fun activities for kids.   After reading his bio and poetry, students can conclude how his ideas have developed over the course of his life (CCSS 3).  By listening to his poetry put to music, students can analyze how music shapes the meaning or tone of the poem (CCSS 2, 6, 7).

Sneak peek of Booksource's Teacher Resources (Combining text and online resources with CCSS): Pizza, Pigs, and Poetry and http://jackprelutsky.com/ : contains poetry, music, a biography, and many fun activities for kids. After reading his bio and poetry, students can conclude how his ideas have developed over the course of his life (CCSS 3). By listening to his poetry put to music, students can analyze how music shapes the meaning or tone of the poem (CCSS 2, 6, 7).

Using the eBook #Stone Soup, analyze how informational texts about #nutrition and food compare to fictional texts when addressing similar topics or themes (#CCSS 9). Using the highlighter and marking tools, students can highlight specific text that is informational and circle text that is fictional (CCSS 1). Students can also assess how the purpose of these different genres shapes the content (CCSS 6).

Using the eBook #Stone Soup, analyze how informational texts about #nutrition and food compare to fictional texts when addressing similar topics or themes (#CCSS 9). Using the highlighter and marking tools, students can highlight specific text that is informational and circle text that is fictional (CCSS 1). Students can also assess how the purpose of these different genres shapes the content (CCSS 6).

Sneak preview of content from Booksource's Teacher Resources (Combining trade #books and online resources with #CCSS): Use http://www.hellokids.com/c_16018/reading-online/stories-for-children/cinco-de-mayo-history-and-facts so students can learn more about Cinco de Mayo and compare texts (CCSS 9). Then have students draw a Venn diagram with http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/printouts/Venn2Circles.pdf to record observations from both text and site (CCSS 7).

Sneak preview of content from Booksource's Teacher Resources (Combining trade #books and online resources with #CCSS): Use http://www.hellokids.com/c_16018/reading-online/stories-for-children/cinco-de-mayo-history-and-facts so students can learn more about Cinco de Mayo and compare texts (CCSS 9). Then have students draw a Venn diagram with http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/printouts/Venn2Circles.pdf to record observations from both text and site (CCSS 7).

Sneak preview of content from Booksource's Teacher Resources (Combining trade #books and online resources with #CCSS): Use digital photos from http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/animals/ and http://www.nwf.org/kids/ranger-rick/animals.aspx to locate various animals and brainstorm various characteristics of these animals (CCSS 7). Students can create their own foldable book at http://www.ericode.com/minibook.htm full of similes that compare themselves to the animals (CCSS-W 2,3,8).

Sneak preview of content from Booksource's Teacher Resources (Combining trade #books and online resources with #CCSS): Use digital photos from http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/animals/ and http://www.nwf.org/kids/ranger-rick/animals.aspx to locate various animals and brainstorm various characteristics of these animals (CCSS 7). Students can create their own foldable book at http://www.ericode.com/minibook.htm full of similes that compare themselves to the animals (CCSS-W 2,3,8).

Introduce #globalawareness to your high school students through literature. Living #Green is the perfect mentor text for evaluating arguments and argument writing (#CCSS 8). What is the author’s claim? How valid are the author’s reasons? Can the students come up with any rebuttals? Compare this text to digital texts and videos such as "Bjorn Lomborg Asks, Why Worry about Global Warming", a Ted blog, and analyze the different approaches the authors take (CCSS 9).

Introduce #globalawareness to your high school students through literature. Living #Green is the perfect mentor text for evaluating arguments and argument writing (#CCSS 8). What is the author’s claim? How valid are the author’s reasons? Can the students come up with any rebuttals? Compare this text to digital texts and videos such as "Bjorn Lomborg Asks, Why Worry about Global Warming", a Ted blog, and analyze the different approaches the authors take (CCSS 9).

Whether you read the entire book or you choose to read only a few poems,  Fathers, Mothers, Sisters, Brothers: A Collection Of Family Poems is a great choice for a #February read aloud. Encourage students to determine how the idea of #love is represented and developed throughout the various poems (CCSS2,3 ). #edtech #edchat #teacherlessons

Whether you read the entire book or you choose to read only a few poems, Fathers, Mothers, Sisters, Brothers: A Collection Of Family Poems is a great choice for a #February read aloud. Encourage students to determine how the idea of #love is represented and developed throughout the various poems (CCSS2,3 ). #edtech #edchat #teacherlessons

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