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Consider how you can bring a practice of student journaling into your remote or hybrid classrooms.
Help students assess what they already know about a topic and what they want to learn.
Structure a discussion that uses journaling and group work to strengthen students’ listening skills.
Designed for remote settings, this discussion strategy is especially useful when having conversations about controversial topics.
Introduce students to the concept of inferencing and then help them develop their inferencing skills.
Help students strengthen their literacy skills by increasing the complexity of the questions they need to answer about a text.
Enrich students’ understanding of a historical or literary figure by having students draw the figure’s life journey.
Provide a creative way for students to engage with a text by transforming a line they find meaningful into a poem.
Students recreate historical photographs by performing the scenes in small groups.
Help students improve their work by allowing them to understand exactly when and where an error occurs, and what they need to do to develop their writing.
Help students identify and analyze the key characteristics of the three most common types of news articles.
Help students communicate independently and develop as active listeners by giving them the opportunity to discuss and share ideas in the format of a people's assembly.