BACK TO SCHOOL

10+ Getting to Know You Activities for Teens & Adults from Shelly Terrell

FIRST DAY IDEAS BOOKMARKS

First day video – 9th grade English

ENGLISH 11 TRAILER

HOTDOG NAME TAG

A Handbook for New Students

Emergency Measures for Ugly Classrooms

Getting the Year Off to a

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Icebreakers

interview

Introducing Oneself through Symbols

introducing-yourself

Starting the School Year Right: Lesson A – Getting Started and Getting to Know Each Other



 

WHAT WO R K S F O R ME

 

What Works 2

 

NEW YOR TIMES DRAMA STRATEGIES

Recording kids’ history as readers
June 20, 2013 By Joyce Valenza Leave a Comment

I had to share this wonderful idea from Sarah Mulhern Gross’s recent Infotopia post:Beyond the Book: Infographics of Students’
Reading History! gross reading infographic Recording kids history as readers Sarah, a high school English teacher, was excited about
sharing her lesson with the school library community. Sarah describes herself as a book evangelist. She shared her interest in having
students think about some of the books that have affected them and influenced them and in having them plan ahead and think about the
books they want to read in the future.
READ MORE HERE: MY READING HISTORY

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