Help me give my students Source Book supplies for a successful remainder of the school year.
This project expired on June 5, 2019.
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My students are mixed general education and special education students who are excited about their upcoming seventh grade school year. They are 75% reduced-price lunch students who come from various types of backgrounds and cultures, but who are all "my kids" during the school year.
My students demonstrate the ability to persevere throughout the school year as we read engaging texts dealing with daily struggles for the main characters.
These texts allow my students to connect to the character and see how their daily lives are not as difficult as they may appear.
We're half way through the school year, and in a couple of months, my students will be taking a high stakes state test. In order to get them ready and prepared for this huge assessment, we need to refresh our Source Books.
Our Source Books are where we store all the information we need for classwork, homework, and studying.
Binders hold tabs such as "Vocabulary," "Resources," and "Notes." Students continually add on to these sections throughout the year so they have a "source" to refer back to. However, wear and tear has made some binders no longer usable, so we are asking for some replacements to freshen up our "source." Next, we like to laminate or sheet protect some of our more important resources, so that not only will they last this school year, but well into the next. And lastly, sticky notes help us to organize and refer back to specific sections students have annotated in their vocabulary.
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