When Students Say, "I Can't Do It..."
I don't know about you, but one of the reasons I wanted to become a teacher is because I find the "aha" moment (also known as the "lightbulb" moment) so exhilarating. I love it when a student finally understands something he has found difficult in the past. I feel a rush seeing the delight on a child's face when she masters a topic in class. Oh, the triumph! But some students, and you know you've had a few, are so beaten down by past failures that the "I can't" attitude is difficult to break…
Diphthongs. This is a great graphic for quick reference where common diphthong pairs are brought together to help young readers remember they share the same sound when spoken.
Stuttering anchor charts FREEBIE
Anchor charts showing speech strategies and types of stuttering. I also included one page of cluttering strategies. Some are the same as stuttering strategies, but there are a few strategies specifically for cluttering. You can see these charts featured on my blog here: http://wp.me/p1yIvb-bL...
Good Grammar Is: Who vs. Whom
~Click here for a list of prepositions. ~THE ENGLISH CLASSROOM ARCHIVES: ~Well vs Good ~Mastering the Semicolon ~Word of the Week: No. 3 – accoutrements Images: (1) SaveSave
Blooms Taxonomy with Technology ideas! Each level has a website or technology you can use that helps with that level. This whole website has amazing tips for using technology in the classroom.
French Tenses Made Easy: Express Past, Present and Future Without Using the Actual Tenses
Learn some easy way to express past/present & future in french within 5 minutes with our specially formulated interactive content to help you learn quicker.
A Great Classroom Poster Featuring The Most Common Grammar Mistakes
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education