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June Johnson
41:45
I'm leaving the site for more essentials. Thank you.
Debra (PS) Wood
45:55
preschool too!!
Kristina Merola
45:57
preschool is present also
Judith.Lesnansky
50:34
like nwf
Charles Stark
51:04
This is great for science and math vocab!
Brieanne Cool
51:41
mountains
Jodi and Justin Kosek
51:41
village
Beth Wilson
51:42
river
kellie roy
51:43
mountains
Janet Hartman
51:44
villsge
Kelly.Weeks
51:45
village
lisa.mook
51:45
stayout
Stephanie Costello
51:45
mountains
Corissa.Freeman
51:45
staytion
Barbara.Fintor
51:45
Hometown
Alyson Bunnell
51:45
Mountains, regions,
Ron Walcott
51:45
hometown
Victoria Brodzenski
51:46
village
Pamela Angelilli
51:46
Homeland
Arianne Axiotis
51:46
hometown
Cheryll.Smith
51:46
mountains
Tracy.Palmer
51:46
railway
kKaren.woods
51:46
mountains
Billy Jack Colón
51:47
Village
Kevin Jones
51:47
village
Catherine.Cammack
51:47
mountains
Jenny Felt
51:47
regions
Stephanie Blose
51:47
marker
Darlene Morris
51:48
mountain
Rachel Mistovich
51:48
merker
Kristina Merola
51:48
regions
Karen Klem
51:48
Mountains, river,
Diana Vrabel
51:48
mountains
Abbie Lawrence
51:48
layout
Julie Less
51:49
mountains
Michele McCaughtry
51:49
regions
Kathryn Anderson
51:49
outside
Beth Wilson
51:49
hometown
Stephanie Costello
51:49
region
Krista Calai
51:50
remark
Cheryl.Wlodarski
51:50
mountain, railway
Alexandra Limperos
51:50
Hometown
kellie roy
51:50
regions
Dean Mascarella
51:50
regions
Lisa Matthews
51:51
railway
Janet Hartman
51:51
mountains
Paul Miletta
51:51
relay,
Judith.Lesnansky
51:51
homeland
Tracy.Boyd
51:51
homeland
Mark Covell
51:51
village
Marlo Miller
51:51
homeland
Kristen.Jaros
51:51
stray, hometown,
Dina Yacoub
51:51
hometown
Kathryn Anderson
51:51
railway
kKaren.woods
51:51
hometown
Melissa Forde
51:51
remark
Mark Casey
51:52
hometown
Jessica Thomas
51:52
homeland
Corissa.Freeman
51:52
hometown
Stephanie Blose
51:52
hometown
Rachel Mistovich
51:52
marker*
Victoria Moore
51:53
river
Stacie.Shepard
51:53
homeland
Kevin Jones
51:53
hometown
Diana Vrabel
51:53
rivers
Tara Amill
51:54
mountains
Justin Drapp
51:54
hometown
Betsy Haws
51:54
homeland
lisa.mook
51:54
railway
Vanessa Lowden
51:54
homeland
Carrie Roller
51:54
layer
Alexandria Avila
51:54
Regions hometown
Dina Yacoub
51:54
ouside
Eric Fortune
51:55
Eastern
Brittny.Lynch
51:55
mountains
Janine Turocy
51:55
homeland
Tamara Hammonds
51:55
regions, mountains,
Alexandra Limperos
51:55
railway
Laura Geilhard
51:56
homeland
John Drummond
51:56
railway
Kyleigh Dickinson
51:56
hometown
Stacie.Shepard
51:56
hometown
Nancy Miller
51:56
river
Joseph Bertin
51:57
village
Kathleen Olive
51:57
river
Ashleigh.Young
51:57
homeland
Neena Bansal
51:57
Village, homeland
Joshua.Harris
51:57
larger
Melissa Puhalla
51:58
mountians
Michaela.Wolfgang
51:58
railway
Mark Covell
51:58
regions
Paula.Niarhos
51:58
railway
Lisa.Belding
51:58
village, remark, sugar
Kevin Parkin
51:59
Homeland
Rachel Schmidt
52:00
remark
kayli.dean
52:00
marker
Kevin Jones
52:00
river
Karen Klem
52:00
landmark
Kathryn Stanton
52:00
Regions
Latisha Tucker
52:00
homeland
Kathryn Anderson
52:00
hometown
Stephanie Blose
52:00
layer
Kimberly.Griffiths
52:00
retains
Dina Rowe
52:00
larger
Stephanie Costello
52:00
eastern
Marc Ellis
52:01
hometown
Rachel Mistovich
52:01
layer
Lynne Schlernitzauer
52:01
village
Kyleigh Dickinson
52:01
river
Kristen.Jaros
52:01
village
Neena Bansal
52:02
railway
Alyssa Wiery
52:02
mountains
Victoria Brodzenski
52:02
hometown
Ron Walcott
52:02
village
danatakash
52:02
Village
Sarah Tessean
52:03
river
Samantha Rulong
52:03
forte
Erika Laudermilt
52:04
hometown
Kelly.Weeks
52:04
regions
Michelle Walsh
52:04
strategic
Alexandra Limperos
52:04
homeland
Jennifer Harsh
52:05
village
jodi phipps
52:05
station
Cieleste Tauro
52:05
stray
Adrienne Fritz
52:05
fertile
Kristen.Jaros
52:05
fertile
erica roszler
52:05
home town
Victoria Moore
52:06
eatern
Michelle.Perez
52:06
marker
Beth Wilson
52:07
mounted
Helena Haschenburger-Dunn
52:07
outlay
Melissa Forde
52:07
hometown
Jasmine Dubose
52:08
regions
Dean Mascarella
52:08
hometown
Alyssa Potenzini
52:08
rower
Victoria Moore
52:09
**eastern
Pamela Angelilli
52:09
suggetion
katelyn martin
52:09
hometown
Barbara.Fintor
52:09
regions
John Drummond
52:10
Village
Corissa.Freeman
52:10
regions
Michaela.Wolfgang
52:10
river
Neena Bansal
52:10
stayaway
Kathy's iPad
52:10
mountain
Cheryll.Smith
52:10
village
Nicole Davis
52:11
homer
ann bonder
52:11
hometown
Alyssa Potenzini
52:11
river
brittany.welsh
52:11
railway
Tamara Hammonds
52:12
refer
Christina Cellars
52:12
fertile
Rachel Mistovich
52:12
stray
Pamela Angelilli
52:12
suggestion
danatakash
52:13
mountains
Christa Buckler
52:13
roadway
Lisa Matthews
52:13
mountains
Aadrian Thomas
52:13
Easter
Cathy Logan
52:13
region
Dina Yacoub
52:13
outlay
Kathryn Anderson
52:13
homeland
Lauren.Shadle
52:14
layout
Dina Rowe
52:14
river
Adrienne Fritz
52:14
eastern
Marc Ellis
52:15
mountains
Mary Ramhoff
52:15
Station
John Drummond
52:15
regions
Charles Stark
52:15
suggestion
Jennifer Harsh
52:15
river
Kathryn Stanton
52:15
Railway
Kathy's iPad
52:15
river
Arianne Axiotis
52:16
mountains
Rachel Schmidt
52:18
hometown
Lisa.Kokoski
52:18
eastern
Anna.Vouvalis
52:19
layer
Michelle Walsh
52:19
rower
Catherine.Cammack
52:19
Hometown
Angelica.Calabrese
52:19
hometown
Helena Haschenburger-Dunn
52:19
regions
Andrea.Dinardo
52:19
wayout
Amy.Rutherford
52:20
marker
Jennifer Harsh
52:20
railway
Allie Baklarz
52:20
eastern
Cathy Logan
52:20
layout
Kevin Jones
52:20
mountains
Debra Beil
52:20
layout
Julie Less
52:21
relay
Corissa.Freeman
52:22
village
Rachel Mistovich
52:22
eastern
alicecarlisle
52:22
river
Lauren DeLaurentis
52:23
marker
kKaren.woods
52:23
Homeland
Shaunda Yancey
52:23
mountains
Nicole Davis
52:23
river
Tracy Schuler Vivo
52:23
marker
mary.cook
52:23
village
Karen Klem
52:23
easter
Rebecca Baird
52:24
river mountains village
Kristen.Jaros
52:24
homerow
Kevin Jones
52:24
marker
Michelle.Perez
52:24
regions
Nicole.Goontz
52:25
river
audryhearn
52:25
nationwide
kKaren.woods
52:25
eastern
Rose Pirone
52:26
relay
Kayla Klacik
52:26
river
Amy Walters
52:26
river
Tracy.Boyd
52:27
eastern
Dennis Yommer
52:28
fretile
Stacy.Armstrong
52:29
river
Jeffrey Seltzer
52:29
marker
alicecarlisle
52:30
hometown
Judith.Lesnansky
52:30
outlay
Corissa.Freeman
52:30
forte
Angelica.Calabrese
52:31
railway
Douglas Moon
52:32
outbound
Michelle Walsh
52:32
fertile
danatakash
52:33
easterr
lisa.mook
52:33
marker
Mary.Ruiz
52:34
strategic
Jennifer Harsh
52:34
marker
Cathy Logan
52:35
outlay
Danielle Taylor
52:35
railway
Diane.Herdman
52:35
station
Jessica Thomas
52:35
mountains
Rachel.Canatsey
52:36
#stayhome lol
Brittany Schnellbach
52:37
hometown
Kevin Parkin
52:37
eastland
Carol Childers
52:38
regions
Betsy Haws
52:39
layer
Jessica Thomas
52:39
village
Vanessa Lowden
52:40
river
Kathryn Stanton
52:40
Homeland
kimberly.wehr
52:41
river
Janet.Vagas
52:42
mountain village regions ;hometown
Kirsten Cook
52:43
railway
Judith.Lesnansky
52:45
forte
Kaila.DiIanni
52:46
village
Michelle.Perez
52:46
village
Debra Beil
52:47
hometown
Brittny.Lynch
52:48
hometown
brittany.welsh
52:48
fertile
Judith.Moschella
52:49
strtegic
kimberly.wehr
52:49
homeland
Brenda.Kolesar
52:50
village
Kim Moore
52:50
Homeland
alicecarlisle
52:50
layer
Betsy Haws
52:52
rower
Paige Grim
52:54
outside
Anna Ragghanti-Crowe
52:58
region
Samantha Wagner
53:01
mountain
Dominique Gonzalez
53:01
outside
Cerise.Mills
53:02
outside
Christina.Lanterman
53:06
regions
Diane.Herdman
53:09
eastern
kellie roy
53:34
list group label strategy would work well here!
Mark Robinson
53:35
landmark
Linda Daniels
53:59
Love this!
Jennifer Walker
54:14
This is a 6th grade text from the My Perspectives anthology
Michele Moore
54:32
Thanks, Jennifer!
Rose Pirone
54:35
sounds like a fun activity
Jaclyn.Harsh
54:47
Thank you!
Jamie.McFerren
55:04
Yes! This students loved this story.
Linda Daniels
55:05
Could you provide a word list for younger students
Karla.Hoffman
55:31
The scholars love when they make a connection to another text.
Dina Rowe
55:38
thumbs up @ Jamie McFerren
Beverly Patoray
55:40
I see how this can be adapted for younger readers
Jennifer Comstock
57:12
Panorama has a literature and informational text on geography that I used.
Terry Grimm
57:27
Kathy's iPad, please enter your last name in the chat window.
Jamie.McFerren
57:49
This is also an activity that goes along with Keys to Literacy
Terry Grimm
57:54
Kristy's iPhone, please enter your last name in the chat area.
Brieanne Cool
58:33
I agree Jamie this could lead into categorizing.
Nancy Miller
58:42
you could put the cards on magnets and put it on the white board and do it as a class, modeling, for first grade
Kathy's iPad
58:46
Katharine Paull
Cheryll.Smith
59:24
I like that Nancy Miller. Great Job
Emily Murphy
59:47
I do that pretty often with tier three words
Alexandria Avila
01:00:02
Excellent idea Nancy!
Kelsie Dorr
01:00:19
Love that idea Jamie!
Victoria Brodzenski
01:00:40
this would be great for high school science and new vocabulary students will encounter in informative text, too
Justin Drapp
01:01:03
Using different word parts to put together different types of government. Help would understand the meaning and decoding
Amy Walters
01:01:20
You could even use the sylla-boards from our phonics program Really Great Reading!
Jaclyn.Harsh
01:01:37
Great idea, Amy!
kayli.dean
01:01:46
you could turn it into a partner matching game if students are given a list of words to create. it would allow students to sound out the part that they have and connect it with the part that their partner has to easily decode the words
Lisa.Kokoski
01:01:59
linking blocks in small group to match
Kelly Swiger
01:02:15
It may help with those who struggle with math vocab.
Charles Stark
01:02:36
Agreed I need to define the word "bisect" almost every class.
Kimberly.Griffiths
01:04:06
this could be what you use as TBT data as we focus on language arts standards for TBT regardless of your subject as you apply this activity to you subject academic language.
Tiffany.Lewis
01:04:28
We do this with the close read in Panorama texts :)
Jennifer Walker
01:04:38
8th grade text from My Perspectives - Neil deGrasse Tyson
Terry Grimm
01:05:19
In that sentence "one" is an indiefinite pronoun.
Antoinette.Kozar
01:06:22
Kim, that's a good idea!
Bunny Stuber
01:06:58
Sometimes modeling this by the teacher can help students to better understand the thought process in doing this
erica roszler
01:07:16
we do this in panorama and my perspectives.. my co teacher and i
Jenny Felt
01:07:45
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Cieleste Tauro
01:07:50
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood
Stephanie Blose
01:07:51
We did this at the last para training and I tried it with some of our 7th graders in intervention! Loved it!
Kathryn Anderson
01:07:52
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Lisa Matthews
01:07:57
Then the neighbor took the snack covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Paige Grim
01:07:57
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Kyleigh Dickinson
01:07:59
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Karen Klem
01:07:59
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood
kellie roy
01:08:00
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Janine Turocy
01:08:03
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood
Jasmine Dubose
01:08:03
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
kKaren.woods
01:08:04
Then the neigbor took the snake and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Pamela Angelilli
01:08:05
Then the neighbor took the snake to a nearby wood and gingery lowerd ot down.
mary.cook
01:08:07
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood
Erika Laudermilt
01:08:08
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it downFrom Janine Turocy to Everyone: (01:29 PM)
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood
From Jasmine Dubose to Everyone: (01:29 PM)
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Emily Murphy
01:08:09
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Lauren.Shadle
01:08:10
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Stephanie Costello
01:08:10
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood. and gingerly lowered it down.
Beth Wilson
01:08:11
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Tracy Schuler Vivo
01:08:11
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Regina Bernard
01:08:11
ditto
John Drummond
01:08:13
The last reading- getting how the neighbor took care pof the snake in the window
Jenn Roseck
01:08:15
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood.
John Anicas
01:08:15
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
robert.riese
01:08:16
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down
Kelsie Dorr
01:08:16
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Judith.Lesnansky
01:08:16
then the neighbor took the snake coverd stick and gingerly lowered ot to a nearby woods
Dina Rowe
01:08:17
The snake covered the stick then the neighbor took to a nearby wood
Lisa.Kokoski
01:08:17
then the neighbor too the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Amy Walters
01:08:17
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Alyssa Potenzini
01:08:18
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Vanessa Lowden
01:08:18
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
katelyn martin
01:08:18
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Catherine.Cammack
01:08:19
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Arianne Axiotis
01:08:19
Then the neighbor took the snake cover stick two a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Charles Stark
01:08:19
Then the neigbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it.
Tracy Pinter
01:08:20
ditto.
Christopher Murphy
01:08:20
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Dominique Gonzalez
01:08:22
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Emily Begala
01:08:23
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
brittany.welsh
01:08:23
The neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood
Jaclyn.Harsh
01:08:23
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Nicole Davis
01:08:24
Then the neighbor took the snake to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Yulanda King
01:08:25
ditto
Diana Vrabel
01:08:25
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Brittny.Lynch
01:08:25
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
jen.riedel
01:08:25
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Jodi and Justin Kosek
01:08:26
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Jacqueline Groves
01:08:26
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Joyce Dorbish
01:08:26
they need to know what the word “gingerly” means
Jessica Smith
01:08:28
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Rebecca Baird
01:08:28
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Adrienne Fritz
01:08:29
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Kimberly.Griffiths
01:08:31
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Joseph Bertin
01:08:32
Then the neighbor took the snack covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lower it down
Dina Yacoub
01:08:32
then the neighboy tood the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly put it down
jodi phipps
01:08:34
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Kathryn Stanton
01:08:35
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down.
Pamela Angelilli
01:08:36
That would be an amazing stratuegy for writng... rearranging sentences
Nicole Angermeier
01:08:36
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Rachel Schmidt
01:08:36
then the neighbor took
Kelly Swiger
01:08:39
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Billy Jack Colón
01:08:41
'Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Lynne Schlernitzauer
01:08:43
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a near by wood
Julie Less
01:08:43
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Jennifer Harsh
01:08:43
Then the neighbor took the snake cover stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Latisha Tucker
01:08:45
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to the nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Michelle Sizemore
01:08:47
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down.
Kim Moore
01:08:47
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Ashley Carano
01:08:47
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Annetta.Graham
01:08:48
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick nand gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood
Helen Hird
01:08:49
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Cathy Logan
01:08:51
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly nowered it down to a nearby wood.
Erika Laudermilt
01:08:58
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Abbie Lawrence
01:09:02
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Cheryll.Smith
01:09:05
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Barbara.Fintor
01:09:07
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Tracy Pinter
01:09:09
great way to connect traditional "English" lessons into reading/decoding
Paula.Niarhos
01:09:10
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Anna.Vouvalis
01:09:12
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down
lisa.mook
01:09:13
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to the nearby wood and ginerly lowered it down.
Cindy.Baun
01:09:13
Then the neighbor took the snake coverrd stick to a nearby woods and gingerly lowered it down.
Corinna.Patak
01:09:13
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Neena Bansal
01:09:14
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it
Kaila.DiIanni
01:09:15
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Janet.Vagas
01:09:15
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Laura Geilhard
01:09:16
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
kimberly.wehr
01:09:21
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Anna Ragghanti-Crowe
01:09:22
I like this idea -- playful and kinesthetic
Brenda.Kolesar
01:09:23
then the neighbor took the stnake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Diane.Herdman
01:09:28
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Antoinette.Kozar
01:09:33
Then he neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Henrietta.Williams
01:09:34
the slow typist can not keep up
Michelle.Perez
01:09:35
Then the neighbot took the snske covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood.
Toni McIntosh
01:09:45
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood
Jeffrey Seltzer
01:09:45
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
Tracy Schuler Vivo
01:09:46
Then the neighbor took to a nearby wood the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down.
Sharon Vrabel
01:09:48
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered is down
Brittany Schnellbach
01:09:49
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down>
Katharine Paul
01:09:51
then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby woods and gingerly lowered it down.
Joyce Dorbish
01:09:59
...what they” wrote...
brittany.welsh
01:10:00
I think it would also be interesting to take out parts of the sentence and discuss how it changes the event they are discussing. This would be a great discussion about details.
Dina Rowe
01:10:25
I agree brittany
Mark Robinson
01:10:47
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down.
Sarah Tessean
01:11:13
Use pictures and have them put the pictures together for preschool
Dina Yacoub
01:11:33
I agree Sarah t.
Nancy Miller
01:11:37
you could put the sentence starter on the board and they have to pick the card with the best ending. possible endings on cards on the white board again first grade
Audrey Foreback
01:11:40
My son’s teacher does these frequently and puts the capital letters and period!
Nicole Davis
01:11:41
I love that! Great idea.
Audrey Foreback
01:11:43
Oops. You said it!
Ron Walcott
01:11:44
You can use this for encouraging students to build more interesting longer sentences.
kellie roy
01:11:52
you could also add labels to the pictures to help with print awareness :)
Nicole Angermeier
01:11:55
Yes, we use the capitals and periods when we do this in first!
Annetta.Graham
01:11:55
Yes, We do that in K too:)
Sarah Tessean
01:12:32
Yes I like adding the words to the pictures!
Sarah Tessean
01:12:54
You could use emoji's for fun
Michele McCaughtry
01:12:56
Also, can be used to discuss author's craft. Ask student's why the author chose "gingerly"? What would it do to the sentence if another word was chosen?
Corinna.Patak
01:12:59
This would be a fun activity to do in collaborative groups! :)
katelyn martin
01:13:02
I have used this with students in title who need to have sentences scaffolded for them. This student could read words individually nut not in a book as a sentence. So I have used this to break sentences in a book apart for this struggling reader. i.e “The ball is big” and the student would scramble and unscramble the word cards
Kevin.Sheely
01:13:04
for math...you could possibly have them identify which parts are relevant vs. extraneous info
Jenny Felt
01:13:09
Can you take this to another level and use whole sentences and put together a paragraph as a way to challenge higher students?
Jenn Roseck
01:13:15
I could see having kids rewite the sentence into other words for paraphrasing activities.
Charles Stark
01:13:15
In math conditional and related conditional statements could be a good area to use this.
Kristen.Jaros
01:13:16
you can tie this into the 5w;s also
Barbara.Fintor
01:13:29
We did this activity during our para Reading PD.
Kimberly.Griffiths
01:13:30
You can use this for connecting words too
Kristen.Jaros
01:13:33
who what when where why is something we talk about in social studies
Susan Crawford2
01:13:48
I might have the student find synonyms for some of the words
Neena Bansal
01:14:16
I agree with Charles stark about using in math
Charles Stark
01:14:40
:)
Gina Duffield
01:14:42
For art I put blocks around words in my purpose statements and ask what they think it is. If they don't know I either explain it or show them pictures to help them to understand depending on the word.
Melissa Cooper
01:14:47
Activity: Replace nouns; replace the adverbs; replace the verbs
Amy Walters
01:15:00
This can be taken a step further and have spelling errors for students to fix!
Doreen Anderson
01:15:15
I really like how this makes the students think about what makes sense.
Cheryl.Wlodarski
01:15:21
Good idea Amy
Anna Ragghanti-Crowe
01:16:22
this is great idea 💡
Karla.Hoffman
01:17:01
Good idea Amy!
audryhearn
01:17:07
Subject and predicate review
Kristina Merola
01:17:58
for little ones match pictures to words
Antoinette.Kozar
01:18:04
For math you could have them change sentence and then ask how it changes how you would solve the problem.
Katharine Paul
01:18:34
I like pulling them in advance. I use to look at them when we came to the sentence.
Kirsten Coonce
01:18:40
ya Gia!!!
kayli.dean
01:18:52
I was even thinking that students could take the phrases and create their own sentences out of them. Then during reading compare how they used the phrase to how the text used the phrase. From Kyleigh Dickinson to Everyone: (01:29 PM)
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick to a nearby wood and gingerly lowered it down
From Karen Klem to Everyone: (01:29 PM)
Then the neighbor took the snake covered stick and gingerly lowered it down to a nearby wood
Jodi and Justin Kosek
01:19:15
Great idea Steph!
Alicia Mason
01:20:08
For art, I do these questions about art slides, Who is the artist and what did he/she create and how, why? Sometimes from text or video slide (ex. Van Gogh Sunflowers)
Tracy Schuler Vivo
01:21:37
Nice Alicia!
Janine Turocy
01:21:38
Front loading
Emily Murphy
01:22:25
Tier 2!
Karla.Hoffman
01:22:40
What a great example Alicia Mason! (Van Gogh Sunflowers)
Gina Duffield
01:22:58
I also review and remind my students that I have a word wall that they can reference and my students even tried to use it for a test.
Erika Laudermilt
01:23:21
In panorama, we get to focus on our vocab for our stories for better understanding for our students! It really helps them to better understanding when given specific vocab instruction!
Henrietta.Williams
01:23:44
good point
laurenolson-sadlak
01:24:36
Anita Archer’s explicit vocabulary routine speaks to all of these
Stephanie Blose
01:24:56
hahaha
Karla.Hoffman
01:25:31
I agree Erica Laudermilt with the vocabulary in the Panorama.
Emily Stapleton
01:25:59
No poll
Pamela Angelilli
01:26:00
no
Judith.Lesnansky
01:26:01
I can't
Anna Ragghanti-Crowe
01:26:11
b
Pamela Angelilli
01:26:16
b
laurenolson-sadlak
01:26:24
Great book
Yulanda King
01:26:30
b
Melissa Cooper
01:26:31
12
Kristen.Jaros
01:26:36
b
Erika Laudermilt
01:26:39
b
Cheryl.Wlodarski
01:26:44
b
Jane Haggerty
01:26:47
12
Cheryll.Smith
01:26:50
36
Samantha Rulong
01:26:56
20
barbara ripley
01:26:57
20
Regina Bernard
01:26:59
for ELL over 40 possibly
Dina Yacoub
01:27:04
What was the title of the book again?
Dina Yacoub
01:27:11
sorry.
Latisha Tucker
01:27:15
20
Chelsea Kernan
01:27:19
I did my response in the poll!
Alexandra Limperos
01:27:23
C. 20
Chelsea Kernan
01:27:28
Hi everyone, by the way!
Neena Bansal
01:27:35
12
Beverly Patoray
01:27:42
12
Miranda Foster
01:27:54
b
laurenolson-sadlak
01:27:58
Bringing Words to Life: Robust Vocabulary Instruction
Kathryn Stanton
01:28:18
Musical terms are mostly adjectives, so they can be said using inflection based on what they mean. Forte can be said loudly, Piano can be said softly, Allegro can be said fast, Andante can be said slowly, etc.
Antoinette.Kozar
01:28:21
Does this question refer to students who have a broad exposure?
Antoinette.Kozar
01:28:29
or limited
Emily Murphy
01:28:30
Preschool needs more
Chelsea Kernan
01:28:31
Awesome job to the math people for making this relative to our content! You guys are awesome.
Kelsie Dorr
01:28:49
Yes, I love hearing the math ideas!
audryhearn
01:29:01
More is always better!
Chelsea Kernan
01:29:07
I’m loving it!
Dina Yacoub
01:29:26
thanks lauren
Diana Vrabel
01:29:41
Yes, thanks Lauren!
Janet.Vagas
01:30:34
I think Panorama's vocabulary instruction does a great job following this routine.
Erika Laudermilt
01:30:56
i agree Janet!
Pamela Angelilli
01:31:01
So true.. We assume they know how to pronounce. but they don't. and even after they repeat it, they sometimes don't retain the pronunciation
laurenolson-sadlak
01:31:16
Panorama’s vocabulary routine in YCSD does align but Anita is first go to
Diana Vrabel
01:31:31
This is a great routine!! I took a screen shot of this!
Jennifer Comstock
01:31:49
I did too , Diana!
laurenolson-sadlak
01:31:51
True Janet
Pamela Angelilli
01:32:09
yes
Dina Yacoub
01:32:11
yes
Jodi and Justin Kosek
01:32:17
always helpful
erica roszler
01:32:19
I realized some of panorama didn’t hit all of what this is
Gina Duffield
01:32:24
How would this work if you struggle saying words to begin with even when I use google translations to say it?
Cheryll.Smith
01:33:26
dictionary.com is my friend
Jacqueline Groves
01:33:31
yes
Emily Murphy
01:33:31
yes
Jennifer Comstock
01:33:32
yes
Kelsie Dorr
01:33:33
yes
lisa.mook
01:33:35
yes
Latisha Tucker
01:33:35
yes
Jasmine Dubose
01:33:36
yes
Billy Jack Colón
01:33:38
ywp
Betsy Haws
01:33:39
yes
Brenda.Kolesar
01:33:39
yes
brittany.welsh
01:33:40
yes
kimberly.wehr
01:33:42
yes
Saedah.Hadi
01:34:06
I am at the H.S. level and have STs tap out syllables. At first, they felt it was very elementary, but throughout the year, I've caught them tap out words on their desk, with their hands, or with their feet. Not so elementary anymore!
Gina Duffield
01:34:26
I use that too, but sometimes I still can not say the word correctly. This is something I struggle with all my life.
erica roszler
01:35:36
big kids are just little kids in a big body... they might say they don’t like doing something but truly they do lol
Diana Vrabel
01:36:00
I have always 'clapped out' the syllables!
Karla.Hoffman
01:36:47
Yes Diana. My Scholars clap out the syllables to themselves all the time.
Kathryn Stanton
01:36:48
Local dialects can prove to be a barrier with this. I'm originally from Pittsburgh, and Pittsburghese is notorious for leaving syllables out. It also does not help scholars when proper grammar and pronunciation is not used at home or outside of school.
kayli.dean
01:36:48
HD word has us break down phonemes with students! We start by identifying the number of vowels!
Erika Laudermilt
01:36:56
When clapping out the syllables it assists in keeping the students engaged and interacting as well!
Andrea.Dinardo
01:37:22
we clap, tap and bang syllables for words in preschool, everything is better in threes :-)
Ron Walcott
01:40:57
Students would originally think you may be talking about the animal - bear
Mary Ramhoff
01:41:58
Bare would be a non example of festoon
lisa.mook
01:42:05
I agree with you Ron!
Andreana Simon
01:42:47
If you compared bear and bare it could be a good way to introduce or review homophones.
Jennifer Comstock
01:43:39
Great idea Michelle. I'm using with my kiddos.
Melanie Valenly
01:44:50
HD Word implements many of these strategies.
Stephanie Costello
01:46:06
If this was a word in our class I would also probably show a silly video of someone catapulting,like a melon or something.
Melanie Valenly
01:47:24
Yes!
Erica Sofranko
01:49:14
Steph they love videos. I have used them
Terry Grimm
01:51:14
I have reconsidered my earlier comment. "One" in the cited sentence would probably be regarded by most as a "Numerical Pronoun."
irene ferraro
01:51:51
3
Andreana Simon
01:51:54
3
Kelly Swiger
01:51:55
It's very difficult to see...
Christopher Paloski
01:51:57
4
Yulanda King
01:52:07
`4
Paul Miletta
01:52:27
4
barbara ripley
01:52:34
3
Pamela Angelilli
01:52:37
3
Rita.Creed
01:52:39
Hard to read
Beverly Patoray
01:52:45
3
Kristy’s iPhone
01:53:02
I think it’s irrelevant to the concept being asked
Gina Duffield
01:53:16
Its really hard to read but if I read it fully I would change mine to a 1 or 2
Rita.Creed
01:53:35
This is huge topic in 5th grade science
Regina Bernard
01:53:36
the informational text sentences
Kristen.Jaros
01:53:49
prior knowledge
Antoinette.Kozar
01:53:54
yep background knowledge
Dina Rowe
01:53:54
It was hard to read on the computer...I didn't really understand the numbers on the sides
TimKinkead
01:53:57
Statistics...if they were accurate
Jasmine Dubose
01:54:00
Yes, ecosystems is a huge topic in 5th grade Science
Kelly Swiger
01:54:01
taught science - prior knowledge
Rebecca Baird
01:54:03
bycatch of this fishery is high-meaning they're accidentally catching endangered species
Joyce Dorbish
01:54:08
specific numbers & information would enable me to do valid research
Bunny Stuber
01:54:10
Prior knowledge
Henrietta.Williams
01:54:15
not much
Kelly.Weeks
01:54:15
What do the numbers on the side mean?
Joshua.Harris
01:54:23
Background knowledge. I almost could write it without the text.
Regina Bernard
01:54:29
inferencing
Neena Bansal
01:54:30
Data given
Sharon Ragan
01:54:31
I would have to scratch out many of the words/documentation just to look a the facts. Too busy for students. I thick I can get through it because of the background knowledge. Students probably would have difficulty.
Christina Cellars
01:54:42
that is what made it hard for me too
kimberly.wehr
01:54:44
I would have to a little more research.
Billy Jack Colón
01:55:05
it was "assumacide" just based on my confidence alone considering the fact it was too small to see
Joyce Dorbish
01:55:10
background knowledge can be scaffolded through shared research
Zachary Sefcik
01:55:10
when I saw bycatch I think of byproduct
Christopher Paloski
01:55:14
inferencing, plus background knowledge
Jacqueline Groves
01:55:15
assumed Bycatch was includes "threatened, endangered or protected species"
Paula.Niarhos
01:55:19
Multiple reads.
Diana Vrabel
01:55:34
Zachary, I agree with you.
Anna Ragghanti-Crowe
01:55:40
agreed -- the whole thing hurts my eyes
Joyce Dorbish
01:56:58
I need to seriously add rigor to this for high school AP English
Cheryll.Smith
01:57:35
Younger students need further explanation of all the statistics and parenthesis.
Tamara Hammonds
01:59:35
You could connect it to "byproduct."
Jennifer Comstock
01:59:45
Panorama uses patterned books which is helpful for younger students.
kimberly.wehr
02:01:41
Great idea for differentiation!
Stacie.Shepard
02:01:50
I ready also had staggered texts
Rocco
02:03:50
when I was in the DH unit, I always showed discovery movies about the specific content before I taught the lesson
Henrietta.Williams
02:03:53
good point
Jennifer Bednarik
02:04:12
yes
Dina Rowe
02:04:47
I like how you showed discovery movies/videos...great idea!
Lisa.Kokoski
02:05:25
Panorama does this throughout the unit with building the ideas or connecting them with the read alouds and patterned readers.
Lisa.Kokoski
02:05:43
no
Billy Jack Colón
02:05:46
no
Melinda Dubic
02:05:50
Not ye
Joyce Dorbish
02:06:35
B
Pam
02:06:37
b
Michelle Sizemore
02:06:44
b
Neena Bansal
02:06:45
b
Paul Miletta
02:06:48
b
Erika Laudermilt
02:06:48
B
Beverly Patoray
02:06:48
B
audryhearn
02:06:50
B
Kevin Jones
02:06:50
b
Latisha Tucker
02:06:51
b
Kristen.Jaros
02:06:55
b
irene ferraro
02:06:56
b
Cal O'Connor
02:06:59
b
Christopher Paloski
02:07:00
all day B
irene ferraro
02:07:01
b
Yulanda King
02:07:02
b
Beverly Patoray
02:07:02
B
Cheryll.Smith
02:07:12
B
Debra Beil
02:07:27
It's going to take some time to find good texts that increase in complexity and are engaging to keep students interested but well worth it! Thanks for another great presentation!
Debra Beil
02:08:04
Yes! Thank you!
Carolyn Turner
02:08:10
newsela
Carolyn Turner
02:08:15
hi
Victoria Moore
02:08:17
Amanda Signor introduced us to read works...great!
Debra Beil
02:08:50
I use ThinkCerca in science often. It is a great resource!
Paul Miletta
02:08:55
Thank you MIchelle... great stuff.. stay safe
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02:08:59
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Melissa Forde
02:09:06
Thank you, Michelle!!
Marlo Miller
02:09:37
Thanks, Michelle. Good ideas!
Michelle Sizemore
02:09:42
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Michelle Walsh
02:09:48
Thank you Michelle!!
Amber Fairbanks
02:09:51
Thank you!
Michelle Elia
02:09:54
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Kelly.Weeks
02:09:55
This was awesome!! Thank you Michelle! :)
Pauline Gaps
02:09:59
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Michelle Sizemore
02:10:07
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Andrea.Dinardo
02:10:08
we need a code
Rose Pirone
02:10:09
asking for a code
Dean Mascarella
02:10:28
Thank You!!
Christa Buckler
02:10:33
Very good. Thank you!
Michelle Elia
02:10:37
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02:10:37
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02:10:46
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02:11:02
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02:11:09
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Adrienne Fritz
02:11:14
Thank you so much Michelle
Brittny.Lynch
02:11:16
thank you!!
Melissa Cooper
02:11:23
Thank you!
Jodi and Justin Kosek
02:11:25
Thanks so much Michelle!