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Background For Teachers:
Punctuation lessons need to be on-going. Mini-lessons will serve you well if you pick out a particular punctuation to remind the students of and teach and then review on a regular basis.
Use the same book year after year!
In the U.S. teachers tread on sacred ground when they or they have their students read a book that another teacher uses.
In other countries they use books multiple times over numerous grades.
Educators in other countries see books as teaching tools that can be used in multiple ways to develop numerous skills and strategies over time.
Teach only one point per mini lesson or conference.
Show students what needs to be done, using literature or writing - MODEL!
Do not make changes for the students.
Teach the writer, not the writing. Teach something that students can apply to writing from that day forth. Do not teach something that only applies to one student's piece of writing.
Keep notes on what you teach in both the mini lessons and in individual conferences to use as follow-up for implementation on the part of the student.
Hold students accountable for what you taught.
Things to Think About:
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Strategies For Diverse Learners:
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