Friday, April 13, Making Words I have had a few emails on my making words lessons, and have sold a few on on TpT, but when my son came home with this:
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Guess what - you're a bad test taker because you don't know the material and cannot understand the concepts. And guess what else students […] Interactive Notebooks How many of you use interactive notebooks with your students?
I am interested in beginning this with my students in the next school year or even after Christmas break this year.
My students are NOT organized with their binders! There are too many papers and they can't seem to keep their papers in the correct […] Classroom Management HELP So today was my first day of teaching and it was They emailed out a first day homeroom powerpoint at 11pm last night after I had already been to bed.
The lunch schedules are confusing because you have to go to each […] Another Post Got Me Thinking - Specials Why do we call music, art, and gym specials? Aren't they part of the regular curriculum and to be approached as seriously as other subjects?
I wonder if part of the reason that they aren't taken as seriously is that the profession inadvertently diminishes their importance by word choice.
So I was a co-teacher in 4th and 5th grade about 10 years ago and then after that I was a third grade teacher for the 8 years that followed.
I was well liked by all students and never had any major issues at all. I developed a reputation at my school for being a […] Teaching with no voice?
I have had a sore throat since Wednesday but I wasn't sick. This weekend, I can barely talk in the mornings and I'm not sure what do to! I have thought about going in and typing on the board and asking the kids to be quiet and find something silently for them to do.
However, […] I did it. Several of you have given me advice on this situation and I appreciate it so much. Now I want to post my story so if anyone ever searches, like I did, for someone who knows what they are going through they will have my account.
Maybe it will help.
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