From the MI Open Book Project Director: The Michigan Open Book Project is proud to announce a new chapter in the High School US History course on life in America during the 1950s. In addition, our source file release for all our current existing books are now live on the website. For the source files … Continue reading MI Open Book News
Via Team Readworks.org Dear Fellow Educators, Recognize Presidents' Day with articles and primary sources on a selection of American presidents: K-12th Grade Presidents' Day Articles & Primary Sources Or, go paperless! Elect to use Presidents' Day articles on ReadWorks Digital. Happy Teaching! The ReadWorks Team
This is a guest blog post on Lesley University Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative by Professor at the University of Michigan and Author Nell Duke. The short, yet very informative post is available here. Please share with your colleagues and administrators!
From the Readworks.org Team Dear Teachers, Reading two texts with a similar theme, topic, or other element, can help move your students towards reading and comprehending more complex texts. Try these paired nonfiction and literary passages with question sets that address both texts: K-12 Paired Texts and Question Sets To find the paired text of a passage, … Continue reading K-12 Paired Texts and Question Sets
Michigan Geographic Alliance has reading lists and resources for both elementary and middle school classrooms: Using Literature to ask Elementary Students Questions Geography Literature for Primary Students Social Studies Literature for Middle School Questioning the 5 themes in literature 5 themes bingo with geography read alouds Click the links below to check out our great elementary … Continue reading March is Reading Month