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Assess students’ understanding, monitor their questions, or gather feedback on your teaching by having them turn in exit cards.
Use this discussion strategy to help students practice being contributors and listeners in a group conversation.
Students compose poems using only words, phrases, or quotations from a text that they find meaningful.
Get all students involved by asking them to show their stance on a statement through their positioning around the room.
Have students move around the classroom to explore a range of documents, images, or student work.
Students seek out and share ideas and information with classmates through this cooperative learning strategy.
Help students process their thoughts and emotions on a topic by engaging them in a written conversation with their classmates.
Use this interactive timeline activity to help students understand and remember the chronology of events.
Encourage students to recognize the multiple causal factors behind an event from history, the present, or literature, using the visual of an iceberg.
Use this graphic tool to help students consider the many factors that shape their own identity and that of groups, nations, and historical and literary figures.
Spark students’ interest in a book before reading it by having them make predictions and ask questions about its contents.
Students become “experts” on a topic and then share their new knowledge with peers.