Determine the argument and evaluate the claims of a text, distinguishing arguments that are bolstered by reasons and evidence from claims that aren't.
These activities will challenge you to look carefully at an author’s argument across multimedia resources. For instance, you will be reading science articles to figure out their main arguments. You will also be creating your own videos later on—keep in mind that you will need to save your “Harvest Code” in Harvest of History in order to show off your video. You’ll also be watching college students talk about their experiences and comparing what they say to what you’ve learned as a middle ...
12 infographics that will help improve your reading skills
Inside the brain of a reader #infographic
This is an adaptation of Mo Willem's great children's book that was created to demonstrate how to do animation with Adobe Flash. It is solely for educational...
Tracking Common Core 5th Grade English/Language Arts CCGPS Checklist
Do you need a system to help you keep track of teaching the Common Core standards... a checklist for every grade... Yay!
Four Book BINGO (3rd grade)- Independent Reading Activity
Four Book BINGO (3rd grade)- Independent Reading Activity- This packet consist of 10 boards. 6 book specific boards and 4 category boards. -This is a reading activity with a 'connect four' type of twist. Basically, the students read any four books in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonal) to complete the game board.