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  • Engaging Middle School Writers with Picaboo – Trust Me!

    It can be difficult to engage kids in writing – that’s just a fact. Therefore, I am excited to share a site that I found called, “Picaboo Yearbooks” to publish a class book containing my students’ writing. My students have bought in and so I’m stoked! You can actually create lots of different things on the […]
    Posted to Lessons From The Middle (Weblog) by Anonymous on April 20, 2015
  • Weebly to the Rescue

    As my students were putting the finishing touches on their collaborative PSAs that they were creating with students from across the country, we were reading There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom by Louis Sachar. One of my goals this year is to bring more literature into our day in spite of our rigid schedule and prescriptive reading program. (See ...
    Posted to eduflections (Weblog) by Anonymous on January 12, 2012
  • Boys’ Reading Strategy 9 – Get the Net

    This reading strategy is focused on technology and the Internet to engage boys in reading. Students are quite engaged in the learning when technology is involved in the learning. There are numerous tools to use in the classroom that are quite engaging. . . . → Read More: Boys’ Reading Strategy 9 – Get the Net
    Posted to Cheeky Lit Teacher (Weblog) by Anonymous on December 5, 2010
  • Boys’ Reading Strategy 8 – Keep it Real

    The 8th reading strategy contained in Me Read? And How! Ontario Ministry of Education document focuses on making the learning real, so students are engaged in a real-life learning situation. By having students engage in real projects that have a purpose in the world, they are engaged in the project and are reading without really even thinking ...
    Posted to Cheeky Lit Teacher (Weblog) by Anonymous on December 4, 2010
  • Boys’ Literacy Solutions – 13 Best Practices

    Me Read? And How! is a follow up document to the Me Read? No Way! that was produced by the Ontario Ministry of Education to present 13 strategies to teachers for the purpose of improving boys' literacy in the province. The new document that was released in 2009 outlines the comparable boys' literacy trends in Canada, Britain and Australia, and ...
    Posted to Cheeky Lit Teacher (Weblog) by Anonymous on November 5, 2010