Three appendices accompany the main document. Each section is divided into strands. Each strand is headed by a strand-specific set of College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards that is identical across all grades and content areas. Standards for each grade within K-8 and for grades and follow the CCR anchor standards in each strand.
Here is the beginnings of my classroom library area. This area needs A LOT of work. First, my father has built me another bookshelf to match in size and shape. I am going to paint both shelves the same color to unify them. I need to do that in the next week or two.
Then I need to go through all my baskets! They all got mixed in the move. I also want to get rid of all the baskets that are not white so they all match!! Here is a completed picture of my classroom library and meeting center. You can see that I painted the book shelves a pales blue and changed all the baskets to white.
I was really please with how this turned out.
I like how the books and baskets really stand out on the shelves. The small boxes on top are chapter books in a series. I labeled each individual book and the students have had a much easier time putting books away.
You can find more about my classroom library organization on the Classroom Library page. Here you can see my word wall that is above the classroom library.
To the left is my math calendar bulletin board. This is the left side of the library where the calendar is. You can also see where students store their book boxes on the metal shelf.
The white drawers contain materials for calendar. The easel is in the classroom library area the book shelves are to the right just out of the picture. The pocket chart stand is right behind the easel so I can roll it out when we need to use it.
It is actually an rolling garment rack from Wal-Mart.
I used shower curtain rings the cheap clear ones to hang the pocket chart. You will notice there are several rings at the top and also two on the bottom to make it more sturdy. I have clothes pinned a short vowel song to the pocket chart so we could all sing it!
It is made a bit cheaper, bit it is working fine on my cheap rack!
Here is the beginnings of our writing area.The table on the right will be my writing center. This is the first year I have ever had enough room for a writing table!! Yeah! You can find more about my classroom library organization on the Classroom Library page. Here is the beginnings of our writing area.
You will notice that the shelf on the left holds paper and it will hold some. Using Writing in Mathematics to Deepen Student Learning. McREL schwenkreis.com Using Writing in Mathematics to Deepen Student Learning and to use writing as a tool for learning.
1. Teach students strategies for planning, revising, and editing. 2. Explicitly and systematically teach students how to summarize texts. Each year, we encourage our AYSO membership to wear their favorite AYSO gear and join us for #WearYourAYSO to celebrate the AYSO community.
Aug 30, AYSO's Summer Writing Contest Winners Announced! This letter-writing template includes spaces for date, salutation, body, closing, and signature. It also gives examples of each in small letters. Rubrics offer the teacher an opportunity to evaluate the student's understanding of a scientific topic by levels of performance on certain criteria.
A rubric can evaluate the depth, breadth, creativity and conceptual framework of an essay, presentation, skit, poster, project, lab report, portfolio, etc. Planning and Organizing an Annual Conference JANET H.
POTVIN planning and organization: (1) making preliminary analyses and assessments; (2) obtaining the agreement of cosponsors; (3) selecting year's conference Fig. 1. Steps in planning and organizing an annual conference.