Blog Posts about Reading and Literacy
English Language Learners (ELLs) may not ask questions in the classroom to clear up misunderstandings or improve their comprehension of the topic. Because of this, teachers need to check the understanding of these learners frequently using a variety of methods.
For my very first blog, I’d like to tell you the tale of how I got into teaching. I always knew I would never be a teacher.
I believe there are certain professions where your heart should quicken with excitement as you get ready for your work day. Among those are trial lawyers, surgeons, and teachers. On my first day of teaching (actually, probably more like my first whole year), my heart quickened – with fear.
Lesson Builds Predicting and Fluency through the use of Book Bits
This lesson explains how to use Thinking Theme Charts to improve synthesis.
Blueprint for Exceptional Writing
If you’re looking for a way to teach expressive writing in interactive, exciting ways you’ve selected the right strategies. These strategies are designed for you, the teachers in K-8 who are dedicated to helping your students think, plan, and then write interesting and meaningful essays. BEW gives you a comprehensive set of strategies that will improve student writing.