Request to Retest Form
Free resource, I would limit students to two or three days after the test to turn this in. I would also require a parents signature for a middle school student.
Say NO To Stick Figures In Student Projects - David Rickert
Say NO To Stick Figures In Student Projects - I love having my students draw in class. But I HATE stick figures.Stick figures aren’t really designed to do anything other than stand there. If you want to make them walk or run, or do much of anything, they aren’t designed for it. Furthermore, they aren’t easy to customize. Learn more at davidrickert.com today! #davidrickert #teachingtips #teachingideas #homeschoolideas #creativeprojects #creativeinspiration #highschoolprintables
Teachers, You Must Send This Letter Home on the First Day of School! • Teacher Thrive
Teachers, you must send this letter home to parents on the first day of school. It will set the tone with parents for the rest of the year!
Task Card Activity for Literature: Apply to ANY Novel or Short Story!
Literary response task cards for ANY fiction text, ready to help students pinpoint story elements and critically analyze the story or novel! Middle or high school English classes
How to set up your classroom to support the Common Core Standards - Pencils and Pancakes
I’ve been pretty busy last week and this week preparing for the first day of school and setting up my classroom. I’ve actually NEVER had my own classroom so this is all new to me. I’ve never had to deal with organizing, putting up posters, setting up different areas of the classroom, etc. IRead more
Teaching The Process of Literary Analysis - Learning in Room 213
Middle and high school English teachers: are you looking for lessons and strategies for literary analysis? On this blog post, Room 213 shares effective ways to get teens to analyze text. #literaryanalysis #middleschoolela #highschoolenglish
How to run First Chapter Fridays in your elementary classroom
A great way to introduce new books to your kids! Every Friday, read aloud just the first chapter of your book to get your students intrigued and wanting to read more! This blog post has more info and a free book list to get you started! Engage even your most reluctant readers with this tip for upper elementary and middle school teachers.
You've Been Penned! ~ A Great Staff Morale Booster ~ FREEBIE!
What teacher doesn't have a set of favorite, can't live without them, pens? Time to share those pens with some colleagues for a great morale booster! Any school staff is under an enormous amount of pressure these days. Therefore, it is important to do some little things to boost staff morale thro...
BEGINNING OF THE YEAR CHECKLIST! Editable!! Extensive!!
Want to make going back to school easier and efficient? I have collaborated with several teachers to create an extensive "TO-DO" list for the beginning of the school year. Every classroom is different so I made the back to school list editable. You can delete or add anything you need to make this list your own. The list is broken up into sections: Add, Contact, Decide, Gather, Make, Organize and Miscellaneous. #classroomorganization #backtoschoolideas #classroomchecklist #settingupaclassroom
Nontraditional Syllabus Template #4 (GOOGLE DRAWINGS!)
This custom infographic syllabus takes a nontraditional spin on the boring syllabus document we all make for the beginning of the year. You can edit and customize all of the text as well as move and manipulate the objects. Buyers have access to the original GOOGLE DRAWINGS file to make copies and ...
Editable Syllabus / Class Expectations / Meet the Teacher Template:Google Slides
There are lots of syllabus templates on Teachers Pay Teachers, but this one is for you Google Suite users! This entire syllabus was created in Google Slides and can be used for any subject, any grade level.
A Simple Way to Introduce Students to Critical Reading Lenses: Tips for Texts, Lenses, & Assessments | Reading and Writing Haven
Teach high school students to analyze literature through different lenses. Using this approach makes it simple to introduce the concept of critical reading lenses in the ELA classroom.
Engaging English Language Arts ELA Game Bundle
Get students excited about learning with these educational games for the ELA classroom. Using their notes (or not) students can review the information you have taught them for a class assessment or standardized test. High school English can be fun and rigorous at the same time!
Avoiding Plagiarism Unit: Engaging Plagiarism Lessons - Digital and Print
Teach students the basics of plagiarizing, summarizing, paraphrasing, and directly quoting research with this concise, engaging lesson from The Reading and Writing Haven. Perfect for any research or writing unit in middle or high school classrooms.