Homework Examples

Scribe: “To write”

February 14, 2010

Here is another Word Root Presentation example from Tara. Download the “Scribe” PDF.

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Micro: “Tiny” or “Small”

February 9, 2010

Here are Irene’s slides from her Word Root Presentation. “Micro” PPT “Micro” PDF Check out our new Student Work Gallery.

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Student RRL Example

February 9, 2010

Here is an example of a well-written RRL. As I find other excellent examples, I will post them to our new Student Work Gallery. This new page on our website will highlight some of the best student work coming out of Room 18. These examples can be used to guide everyone in their pursuit of […]

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Update: Home Reading Logs (HRL)

January 19, 2010
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Picture by guldfisken of flickr.com Over this year the expectations for the Home Reading Log have changed and progressed as students have become more and more independent. As of now, we have a new set of expectations that will be in place for the next few months. In class we have examined the guidelines, expectations, […]

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Reading Response Letter Guidelines and Examples

December 7, 2009
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Here are the examples, guidelines, and rubric from class. Use this information as you work at becoming a better reader and writer! Please print these materials out and glue them into your HRL for reference! Reading Response Guidelines.pdf Reading Response Example.pdf Reading Response Sentence Helpers.pdf Reading Response Rubric.pdf If you are interested in additional ideas […]

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Super Six Reading Strategies: Predicting and Connecting

September 22, 2009

This year we will be learning about the “Super Six” reading and thinking strategies. These strategies are ways of thinking that readers should be doing all day long!  For Tuesday night’s homework, we just briefly introduced two of the six: predicting (making predictions) and connecting (making connections).  As students read at home each night they […]

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Salt Dough Spelling

March 16, 2009

Here is a great technique you can use to practice your spelling words.  The recipe is included in the video. As learners the more we involve our body and senses, the better we learn.  Try this method to learn your Geometry words!

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How to Make a Beanie Baby Book (BBB)

February 18, 2009

Until I put together a set of photos or a video about how to make a BBB (Beanie Baby Book) or GBBB (Giant Beanie Baby Book), here is a helpful link that shows how to fold this 8-page book from a single sheet of paper.

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Video Examples: Fractions, Decimals and Percents

February 9, 2009

Here are a couple video tutorials with examples for fractions, decimals, and percents.  

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Long Division: Video Examples

February 9, 2009

Here are two video examples of long division.  Be sure to toggle the view to fullscreen.  It should be really easy to see that way! This first video tutorial is for long division with no remainders.   This second video tutorial is for long division with remainders.

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