#1- The One-Pager- This is a strategy for responding to a text that helps students demonstrate their unique understanding of a text and/or a lesson. This two minute video introduces and explains the process. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmVgdgdygGM&feature=youtu.be
One pagers are great for all content areas. Here are a few examples of completed one-pagers.
Welcome Back MHS Teachers
Welcome to the Literacy Page. I will do my best to keep this page updated with helpful tips and resources. Thank you!
Easy Access to Summer Reading
Teachers, This is a great resource for students...
Ready to pick a book, Set to read every day, Read this summer for Success next year!
Join students all across Florida as they take on the Summer Literacy Adventure Challenge and pledge to read every day. Set a personal goal, work to accomplish it and strive for success! Students are being challenged to pledge to read as many books as possible throughout the summer break. Each student can fill out his or her pledge at Summer Literacy Pledge. Turn in your pledge sheet to your school Library Media Specialist/Manager in the fall.
Students have free 24/7access to the MCSD eBook/audiobook library. Please click here for some quick and easy instructions. For a list of summer reading titles for grades 6 and up click here.
Alternatives to Clickers
As we move to one-2-one computing for our students, it is time to think about great tools we can use to engage students and quickly assess knowledge. Kahoot is one to consider. It allows students to use their devices to click in answers and it computes the data for you, the teacher.
Check it out at https://getkahoot.com/
Literacy PD Opportunities for 2016-2017
It is time to start planning for the 2016-2017 school year. Don't forget about the 2 for 1 special!
Promethean Active Board a Hit!
The new interactive boards are a great way to increase student engagement!
This informative presentation is a gift from Diana Walker. Thanks, Diana!
A quick glance at some of the highlights of Notice and Note by Drs. Beer and Probst.
Why aren't you using Vocabulary.com? It is so easy and a terrific resource for students and teachers. Creating a class is super easy- check out the PowerPoint for details.