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Allowing Students to Become Independent Writers

Let’s paint a picture. Its time to work on writing. Your students have mapped out their ideas using graphic organizers and now they are going to make their first draft. Slowly but surely a line begins to form wherever you go to help your students. Before you know it it

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Teaching Reading Comprehension Skills

In all my years teaching in a self contained special education classroom the reading curriculum offered to me was either a fluency program or a A-Z reading levels. Both are great to help children learn HOW to read the words, but what about the comprehension skills that go along with

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Task Boxes on a Budget

Its January and while we all need winter break, those of us who teach in a Moderate to Severe Classroom know coming back from a break can be like the first day of school all over again. There are so many different ways you can keep structure in your classroom

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Hello Blogging World!

Hello Blogging World! I am here—and really scared to be entering this world! I have had my blog ready to go for almost a month (designed by Ruby Slippers Design—totally recommend her! I love the way she set everything up!) and have been struggling with what to write about first!

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