Traditional Frayer Model that can be used in most disciplines.
Frayer Model adapted to use as a study method for your Yellow List Stems and Vocabulary.
The Creativity Network is requesting submissions for the pre-conference newsletter. Book reviews, articles, and a new Student Corner – submissions of stories, poems, artwork – anything by students!
If you would like to submit an item for the newsletter, please send it to editors Patti & Rick Shade at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than September 13.
On August 28, 1963, a quarter million people gather to support civil rights, and share Dr. King’s “dream” of equality.
(Bet You Didn’t Know: March on Washington)
About six days ago, I had the new blog title, my annual tradition to begin each new school year; however, by the time I was able to access the laptop, I had forgotten it. In the meantime, it will be the blog without a name until I remember what I wanted to name it.
Hello! I hope you are all enjoying the last days of your summer holiday. I cannot wait to hear about the fabulous adventures, near and far, that you’ve taken. I cannot wait to tell you all about the school that I visited and that received the supplies that you all donated.
For the first day, make sure you have something to write with and to write on.
Everyone’s Personal Supplies List:
* (5 Green) 3-pronged folders with pockets — please get the poly or plastic, not the paper
* Flash drive (to save your electronic work)
* Planner (to stay organized)
* (2) Composition Notebooks (for your grammar/stems/literary material)
We are going to put the folders together in class. If you can’t find all green folders, then just make sure you get 5 of the same color. Also, bring DUCT TAPE, plain or decorative. 🙂
Grade 7, Section 1:
* Blue/black pens
* Large 11×17 construction paper (Manila color)
* Small Post-its
Grade 7, Section 2:
* Red pens
* Large 9×12 construction paper (Colored)
* Medium Post-its
* Index Cards (3×5)