Reading a novel together as a class builds community, pushes everyone to do the work, and still allows for differentiation.
Some helpful tools for students to excite them about writing.
I’ve seen success combating fake reading by focusing on four areas: culture, talk/accountability, book accessibility and multimodal texts.
In many classrooms, the pace of interactions is rapid-fire. Teachers “cover the curriculum” by asking many low-level questions, naming one student to answer—usually a volunteer with a raised hand—and
Nothing cements long-term learning as powerfully as retrieval practice. Learn how to incorporate it into your classroom.
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