My students need Post-It chart paper and Mr. Sketch marker. These items will allow me to model to my students the visual support that is needed, as well as provide a means for them to express their creativity.
My third grade students love to read and write. They love any chance they get to display their fantastic work. My school is a Title 1 school in where more than half of the students come from low-income families. Their parents simply do not have the resources to provide them with rich reading and writing materials away from school. Also a large number of my students are English Language Learners. I want my students to be college and career ready. They depend on engaging learning experiences that meet meets them at their instructional level as well as tap into their personal interest and develop new interests.
My students need Post It Chart Paper and Mr. Sketch Scented Markers, in order to create class anchor charts. As a ELA Teacher, charts are constantly being created to model skills and strategies that can be seen from anywhere in the classroom. The colorful markers tap into the learning style of those students that are visual learners.
My students will be engaged in group projects where they will have to chart their ideas in response to their reading.
Throughout the year I have my students engaged in a great deal of project based learning activities. Having the chart paper and the colorful array of markers; my students will be equipped with the tools that will make their learning come to life!!
I can't wait for my students to look across the room and see their colorful work, nicely displayed and say, "I did that!"
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