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April's Writer's Notebook Lesson of the Month!

"Normal or Nuts?" is my writer's notebook suggestion of the month. My kids--who admittedly have a bizarre 8th grade sense of humor--really loved this one, and I'm sorry it's taken me a month to get their…

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on April 2, 2014 at 3:12pm

March's Writing Lesson is Posted!

Enjoying a blustery Spring Break Wednesday by catching up after falling behind on writing up my new lessons to share.  Primary Source Picture Books is March's lesson, and I will be posting even…

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on April 2, 2014 at 3:00pm

February's Lesson of the Month!

February's Writing Lesson of the Month is "Reading Notebook Bingo Book Summaries."  This lesson makes use of my wife's Reading Notebook Bingo Cards, which I recently used for the first time with my students.  I had great success.  Sorry I took so long to try these with my own kiddos, my dear wife.…

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on March 22, 2014 at 4:30pm

January's Writer's Notebook Prompt is Posted!

"So Much Depends Upon..." Poetry is our writer's notebook prompt of the month.…

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on January 13, 2014 at 5:05pm

January's Writing Lesson is Posted!

"Establishing and Extending Metaphors" is this month's featured writing lesson.  Enjoy!

Posted by Corbett Harrison on January 13, 2014 at 5:00pm

December's Writing Lesson of the Month is Posted!

"Epistolary Narratives" is my lesson of the month for December at the website.  These are fictional stories told through a series of documents instead of narration.  My students had a great time planning this writing project, and they watched themselves learn a new vocabulary word in the…

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on November 11, 2013 at 1:30pm

November's Writing Lesson of the Month is Posted!

Start & Stop Poems (as featured in the "center square" of our November Bingo Cards) are the writer's notebook prompt of the month for November!  They make great poems about the seasons...among other things.…

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on November 11, 2013 at 1:30pm

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More than a Number: Listen to this Song 1 Reply

Started by Barry Lane. Last reply by Carol Stephen Feb 10, 2013.

Peer Conferencing 29 Replies

Started by Sally Ann Root. Last reply by Sharon Miles Nov 4, 2012.

Writing Topics -- Teacher or Student Choice?! 4 Replies

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Scheduling

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Any great ideas for the first week of school? 1 Reply

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THis is an wonderful idea! 1 Reply

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picture books for figurative lang 25 Replies

Started by Brenda. Last reply by regina Dunn May 22, 2012.

Would Welcome Input for New Graphic Comic Modules for Girls

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February's Lesson of the Month!

February's Writing Lesson of the Month is "Reading Notebook Bingo Book Summaries."  This lesson makes use of my wife's Reading Notebook Bingo Cards, which I recently used for the first time with my students.  I had great success.  Sorry I took so long to try these with my own kiddos, my dear wife.  You really…See More
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