Helping our upper elementary students develop comprehension skills is a complex task. One step in this task is teaching story elements. Find ideas for teaching story elements with your upper elementary students. On the basic level, students must be able to identify key story elements when they read: character, setting,
ideas for teaching sequence of events in upper elementary
One of my most visited blog post is Favorite Read Alouds for the First Week of School. In this post, I list several picture books that I love to read during the first week including a few that are not normally associated as a back to school book. One book that I
I always say that it takes two weeks for everyone to get settled in at the beginning of school. Routines are established, schedules are in place, students and teachers are settled in. I think we are now reaching that point, and now we are ready for a year of learning!
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