How to Teach Kids to Analyze Literature – Step 3 of 6

How to Teach Kids to Analyze Literature – Step 3 of 6

Investigate relationships Classify relationships within the text Draw a table in which you place the names of characters in the first column and the types of relationships in the first row and look at who is related to whom Analyze how many “degrees” each character is from the others Miss Step 2?  Click here toContinue Reading

How to Teach Kids to Analyze Literature – Step 2 of 6!

How to Teach Kids to Analyze Literature – Step 2 of 6!

Learn as much as you can about the main character Study his/her actions, statements and activities within each paragraph and/or context Examine the actions of secondary characters in relation to the actions of the main character Miss Step 1?  Click here to get caught up!

Teacher Truths #31 – 35

Teacher Truths #31 – 35

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6 Simple Questions Every Teacher Must Ask During Lesson Planning!

6 Simple Questions Every Teacher Must Ask During Lesson Planning!

  The act of lesson planning is more than just filling out the plan book or pulling out the materials that you used last year.  In fact, the teachers that I’ve had the pleasure of working alongside never teach the same year twice…they’re always invigorating their plans by tweaking and adding and deleting and reorganizingContinue Reading