This classroom management strategy for your middle school classroom is incredibly simple. The goal is to reach 15:00 by the end of each marking period
We’ve made it! We’re at the end of our 4-part series where we’re walking you through 4 easy steps to creating an awesome short story
We’re into part 3 now of how to create a short story unit for your middle school students – and an awesome unit at that!
Welcome back to our 4-part series where we’re walking you through 4 easy steps to creating an awesome short story unit! If you missed Part
Welcome to our 4-part series that will teach you how to create a short story unit using 4 easy steps! Using the framework we’re about
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The way we begin our mornings really sets a tone for the rest of the day. During my first few years of teaching, I didn’t
One of my favorite things to do before we begin a novel is have students make predictions about what the text will be about. I
Then, pick the date you’re going to teach it in your classroom, and sit back while you watch as your students show up to your classroom pumped about what the day holds…and gush about your class to their parents on the car ride home!