Friday, January 20, 2023

Teacher Talk - January 2023


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Getting Kids to Write

By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning 

What I've learned from authors on where ideas for writing come from, and how to share those ideas with your students.


A Visit from Annie

By Gini Musmannoof Reading Spotlight 


Annie came to visit our classroom every year, often in January. The students recognized her immediately, but they were always surprised by her odd attire. Perhaps your class, too, would like a dramatic visit from Annie Adjective to liven up the drab, January routine. Check out this post for ideas and a free lesson.


Valentine’s Day Letters Are Special

By Charlene Tess of Simple Steps to Sentence Sense  

Valentine's Day letters are a great way for students to say thank you to people in their lives and to practice their writing skills. 


5 Easy Ways to Support Struggling Writers

By Marcy Howe of It’s a Teacher Thing 


Learn 5 easy ways to support struggling writers that will benefit all students and not overwhelm the teacher.


How to Use Google Classroom to Streamline Your Teaching

By Dr. Crystal Brown of Teaching to Change the World 


Google Classroom allows teachers to easily manage their classes, assign and collect work, grade assignments, and communicate with students all in one place. Read how you can use Google Classroom as a teacher.


Calm Down Center Ideas and Purpose

By Michelle Webb of Teaching Ideas for Those Who Love Teaching  

Why you need a calm-down center in your classroom and how to create one.


5 Writing Activities for Reluctant Writers!

By Marianna Monheim of Creatively Comprehensive 

Writing was my favorite subject in school, but as a teacher I quickly learned that many of my students did not feel the same way! It took a lot of trial and error, but over the years I did find some tried and true methods to help my friends love (and if not love, then at least tolerate) writing.

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