Products, Projects, and Performances for the 21st Century ELA Classroom$49.95Add to cartView Cart
Is your ELA class engaging? Experience indicates that as many as eight out of ten students are bored in most ELA classrooms. They are not engaged and find themselves daydreaming or sleeping and many times disrupting class. These students need real life, hands-on activities that will help them understand and retain the content being taught. This book contains 57 lessons involving products, projects and performances that are extremely useful in engaging all learners. A rubric is attached for each lesson as well as Bloom’s critical thinking verbs that are used in the lesson. Each lesson uses differentiated instruction to engage students effectively in the learning process.
Products, Projects, and Performances for Elementary Grades 3, 4, 5, Differentiated Instruction for All (book)$49.95Add to cartView Cart
Every math, science, social studies and English classroom needs this book. In this book, there are 50 lessons with rubrics and critical thinking verbs that engage all learners. Eight out of ten students are dominant hands on learners. Many of them struggle daily to sit still, listen, and write down the assignment. This book allows students to use hands on activities to learn the content and to know they have completed the assignment correctly. Each lesson engages students individually.
The lesson challenges each of them to use critical thinking as they master the content in the math, science, social studies or English classroom. The differentiated lessons in this book encourage all learners to be successful.
DICE – Introduce Randomness In Your Classroom!$24.95Add to cartView Cart
Instruction Manual with dice ideas for your classroom included.
We can often be our own worst enemy when it comes to keeping our students attention. As an example, we often use the Round Robin technique to ensure students participates equally. The problem with this approach is it signals students that when done participating (e.g. answered the question), it is time to relax, tune out, and ignore the rest of that lesson. What to do? Adding an element of chance and randomness (DICE) into your flow of lessons can greatly increase student participation and attention. You can have students roll to do certain tasks, assign specific tasks you want them to do, or a combination thereof. Remember, the idea is that they will not know when they may be called on and that when their number comes up, the expectation is there for them to participate. Keeping it random prevents your students from getting lax in their attention and sends the very powerful signal that at any time, they are responsible for the information and learning within your classroom. This Polyhedral 7-Die Set with velveteen bag allows you to roll any number at any time!