|Author:||Carolyn Tavzel Hogan|
|Title:||Interactive bulletin boards: Ideas to encourage language development|
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|Publisher:||Communication Skill Builders (1992)|
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Have you tried an interactive bulletin board? It’s a great way to extend learning beyond simple re-telling and to see stories in a new light. You can also use felt boards. This process can help. Create a deeper understanding of the story. Challenge children to think about the long-term ramifications of slight changes to one part of the story. Encourage verbal skills for storytelling. Provide a place for developing convincing arguments (that is, selling their ideas to others). Act as a writing prompt. Develop alternate endings by challenging children to make it funny, sad, happy or unexpected.
Use an interactive bulletin board to encourage that challenge! Instead of sitting there, waiting for others to be done, they can further strengthen their skills by participating in an extra activity that is purposeful. This prevents students from being bored or, even worse, not having anything to do! Seriously, it is a GAME CHANGER! I've designed this FREE interactive bulletin board to encourage independent reading and strengthen reading fluency skills.
Interactive bulletin boards can help to liven up the classroom of any first year teacher. New teachers can use these fun bulletin board ideas to draw student participatio. I can spend hours creating beautiful bulletin boards, but if they are not meaningful or if they do not serve a real purpose for my students, I find they do nothing more than take up important space on my walls. As each student reads the book, they move their picture below the Thumbs Up sign or below the Thumbs Down sign according to their personal evaluation of the book
Interactive bulletin boards are a way to get students who necessarily don't like math to participate in a classroom-wide game each week. Math Caterpillar- put something similar on a grade level board and have contest? Week's List of Correct Answer go on board too". What others are saying. Interactive Bulletin Boards - What a fun idea to incorporate math into your sports theme classroom!" "This Interactive Math Bulletin Board is a great way to keep class teams motivated. The pin includes game rules and is a cute idea for some classroom fun!" ""Are You Ready for Some MATHball? Going to try to adapt for worksheets and class work/independent practice - will get kids to encourage classmates to try". Interactive board Use w/ mind soccer". "Are You Ready for Some MATHball?"
Looking for a Book Challenge bulletin board? This is perfect for back to school and all year long! Students post the books that they are reading and that they have read, trying to meet their goal of 40 books for the year! . Library fun and ideas. Here are 6 tips that encourage anonymity, collaboration, and goal setting. Data-driven teaching Student Growth Classroom Assessment Unique Assessments. What I Have Learned – Educational Resources for Your Classroom.
In the cafeteria, we have tables set up for various clubs, PTO, and enrichment opportunities. I was trying to think of a way to attract more of our diverse population to volunteer with our International Club, and so I created the sign: Can you say FRIEND . More Bulletin Board Ideas for Global Awareness and Multicultural Inclusiveness.
Hogan (plaintiff) and Tavzel (defendant) separated after 15 years of marriage. Subsequently, during a brief period of reconciliation, Tavzel knowingly infected Hogan with a sexually transmitted disease without warning her or taking any precaution against infecting her. The parties later divorced. Hogan filed suit against Tavzel for negligence, battery, fraudulent concealment, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Tavzel filed a motion to dismiss Hogan’s complaint.
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