Students use the graphic organizer to expand a short sentence by adding information about who, what , when, where, and why.
This reading and grammar pack will provide your students with plenty of opportunities to practice their reading and their grammar. Many of the activities require students to re-write the sentences using the correct grammar focus, meaning they are practicing a their handwriting, their punctuation and their spelling. grammar reading writing punctuation spelling teaching classroom learning no prep printable worksheet activity visualize visualise visualizing visualising
INSTRUCTION: I like the idea of having a very clear reading comprehension strategy checklist that students can access. This checklist would allow for students to easily find and use a comprehension strategy when necessary.
I like this resource because it gave some simple and clear suggestions on how readers ask questions. These tips would help to guide both advanced and struggling readers in learning to ask questions about reading in order to increase comprehension.
Assessment: A detailed Writing Chart can be used as a rubric for informal assessments for journal entries or short story writing. Students can refer to a chart which provides them with prompts for a successful entry.
"Picture Perfect Descriptive Writing" Create a form like this and then project a picture on the board and have then write about it using the form. This way, I can use the same form but a new picture everyday.