This activity is an interactive "Artful Learning" lesson for 5th grade science that follows Leonard Bernstein's methodology of learning, which is to stimulate learning through use of the arts. In this lesson, students will view images of the
This is a booklet that is repetive and contains many color words and several different Halloween characters. This is the cover and the first 3 pages. There are an additional 7 pages that go with this booklet to make the story complete. Therefore,
This book, designed for teachers in grades K-6, gives great teacher-tested and research-based strategies for organizing and using your library to increase students' reading acheivement. Chapters include "Creating and Sustaining an Effective
Seven  paperback copies of the novel by Kate Klise. The book is 226 pages long and includes "After Words" [with an interview with the author, additional information and an interactivity inside. Great book[s] for a small group or Literature
This book by Barbara R. Blackburn "focuses on the basic strategies you can integrate into everyday instruction in every subject area and across grade levels. It presents lively stories about how teachers motivate and engage students. There are 26
2002 Edition of Marilee Sprenger's Becoming a Wiz at Brain-Based teaching. Sprenger uses an analogy of the Wizard of Oz to get across her ideas. "This user-friendly guide effectively discusses expert findings about brain growth, structure, and
This book by Kay Burke, Ph.D. gives advice on what to do with the kid "who constantly disrupts class, or the kid who never participates, or the kid who needs special attention, or the one who always forgets his or her homework." Great condition
This book by Susan Winebrenner is a "gold mine of ways to help any student become a successful learner--without remediating, watering down content or repeating it endlessly, lowering expectations, or depriving other students of the time and
In this book by authors, Strong, Silver and Perini, "they go beyond simply showing what each standard looks like in various school settings. They provide research-based teaching strategies that can help all students meet each standard along with
This book by Barbara Presseisen is a collection of of articles which "maintains that teaching for intelligence holds great promise for all learners--both students and teachers. It inspires educators to examine their own perspectives regarding the
This collection of articles by Arthur L. Costa "inspires educators to examine the views of educational experts, as well as their own perspective, on intelligence." This book proves "that intelligence is an issue that must be embraced, examined, and
"This comprehensive, how-to-guide explains why portfolios are essential to educators' professional development and provides a step-by-step process for creating them." Kay Burke discusses the "two major types of portfolios for professional growth
Robin Fogarty's book "provides insight for linking brain research with Howard Gardner's multiple intelligences theory and Daniel Goleman's emotional intelligence theory. As well as with direct instructions of skills, graphic organizers, reflection,
This book "brings new research to support the process and importance of building a cooperative elementary, middle school, or high school classroom. This step-by-step SkyLight classic provides essentials for higher achievement through cooperative
Holt Science Laboratory Manager's Professional Reference Lab Safety manual for all science teachers. If you are new to teaching or just need a refresher course in laboratory safety, this book is a MUST HAVE. This 159-page lab safety manual has
The wonders of science come to life with this butterfly stamp set! Each stage of the life cycle is shown in a simple image to aid a chid's understanding. * This set has only been used a few times. INCLUDES: - 5 wood stmaps that illustrate a
This is a collection of articles reprinted from the Journal of College Science Teaching. The writers are college science teachers that suggest strategies other than traditional lecture methods including: quizzes, student forums, interactive
As a graduate student I was looking for a good resource for ideas on teaching reading and writing that I could use in a report I was writing. I found excellent theory and practical ideas. This book was very helpful. As a kindergarten teacher I liked
This book is full of practical suggestions to help students think when they read. It gives more than 40 K-8 strategy lessons for understanding text. It also gives examples of student work, illustrations, and scripts of conversations.
In this book are over 100 visualization strategies that build reading skills and make reading, discussing, and reflecting on texts engaging and relevant.They can be used with virtually any kind of text and are backed by current research.
This book is full of oral reading strategies for building word recognition, fluency and comprehension. Some examples are: read alouds, repeated reading, performance reading, poetry reading and radio reading.
This book is filled with pratical strategies and models with think-alouds that help students reflect on and revise their writing. Some of the topics covered: vivid details, strong verbs, specific nouns, paragraph organization, and sentence variety.
This book contains practical suggestions for beginners, with hundreds of topics for class discussion, original poems, and motivational writing exercises.
Hi there Erhu is a Chinese traditional instrument and It has long histroy,was called Chinese violin. The lesson just teach you how to play it well,teach you some basic skills and learn some Chinese songs or music and also some foriegn songs
This book furnishes you with a wealth of ideas for motivating reading and writing in K-6 classrooms. This book has two distinct parts. The first part is a description of pracrices for motivating reading and writing and the design of literacy
Black line masters of vocabulary and word building games. Themes of lessons include Powerful words, Creativity with words, Word parts, Secret codes, Picture words,What's in a name?,Vocabulary, Animals, Sports, Food, Houses, Holidays and more Word
Gary Chadwell's book on effectively teaching stamina and interest for writing in the elementary level classrooms. This book begins by directing teachers to assess their current program and make positive changes to encourage writing. This man was a
Teaching suggestions, forms, sample book lists and database for setting up literature circle teams in your classroom. Parent letters too! Book comes with unused CD of information. Good condition some various writing in book but very
Proven ways to raise your students' scores on the state performance assessments in writing. Good condition.
Includes a giant treasury of great read aloud books. The Read -aloud handbook sows how to make every child an avid reader. This is in it's fifth edition! Gives tips on luring children away from the television. Great reference for books for your
The classic card matching game of visual recall. All 72 cards and plastic card holder included. Box has age wear and tear, but remains intact.
Primary grade level book by Jillayne Prince Wallaker published by Instructional Fair. This book contains over 50 activities to meet the needs of the varied learning styles in your classroom. These activities are an excellent supplement to your
Educational Research: Competencies for Analysis & Application (7th edition) by L.R. Gay, Peter W. Airasian This market-leading book offers all the skills and procedures readers need to become competent consumers and producers of educational
Classrooms That Work: They Can All Read and Write (2nd Edition) [Paperback]by Patricia M. Cunningham Great for an ELA teacher. I used this book when I was starting my graduate studies in reading.
This book is an excellent resource for Differentiating Instruction for grades K-6. The book is full of interactive, hands-on activities. You can find activities from Literacy, Math, Community Building, Assessment, Management and Teaching Tools.
An invaluable resource from Patricia Cunningham. This book gives great activities and strategies for teaching reading to younger students. It includes many word lists and fluency activities. This is a great rescource for any teacher of reading.
Acknowledging that phonics is a necessary tool for helping children become independent readers, this practical, up-to-date book ensures readers learn strategies supported by current research-helps ready future teachers for today's standards-based
Studies have shown clearly that even informal phonological awareness activities, such as the natural and spontaneous word play found in stories, songs, and games, can result in positive gains in reading and spelling achievement. "The Phonological
Each act of the play has study questions with suggested answers. The study guide also includes Background information on the author, reginald Rose and the play, plot summary and descriptions of the characters, prereading activities, vocabulary,
Textbook and TEacher resource with great ideas for classroom management Tools to use in the classroom and to reflect on teacher beliefs
You get it all! 5 pouches to clip to your overhead projector. Transparent: base ten blocks, dominoes, pattern blocks, 6 different kinds of clocks, odd/even pieces, coins, fraction pieces, and geo-board. Similar kits would cost $35-50 new!
LIKE NEW...NO MARKINGS SEEN... (Please note: The actual book cover is slightly different than the pictured cover. Our's does not have the ages printed in left upper corner, and has a different "Good Year Books" in the right upper corner.)
LIKE NEW... NO MARKINGS SEEN... This is a book about problem solving--an internal tool that shapes the cognitive development of young readers and writers. At the same time, it is a book about the role of the teacher and the curriculum in
Help new readers soar with this charming set of 20 skill-building mini-books! Each of these simple, reproducible word/picture books teaches a different word family, and includes write-on lines and a matching game to make learning to read interactive