Here is a useful list of more than two dozen (and growing) sites that let you easily create interesting quote images. These can be useful for presentations or project-based learning in just about any classroom.
Middle schoolers need to understand the directional terms they encounter on standardized test. Teacher advisor Kechia Williams explains how she helps her 6th graders master these key words to ensure they are ready for open-ended questions.
Drawing from personal experience, graduate student Michael Strom demonstrates the tremendous teaching power of comic books and graphic novels, and how we can use these as literary tools to reach our struggling students.
Tracee Orman's insight:
Students can still practice higher-level reading skills using comic books.
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