middle school word wall ideas | Bits and Pieces of Middle School: Word Nerd

middle school word wall ideas | Bits and Pieces of Middle School: Word Nerd

Time machines have existed for centuries #reading #booklove

Time machines have existed for centuries #reading #booklove

We are becoming Word Nerds!!! Vocabulary lanyards:)

We are becoming Word Nerds!!! Vocabulary lanyards:)

3 Stylish Solutions for Countertop Storage to Avoid that "Everything Just Shoved Against the Wall" Look

3 Stylish Solutions for Countertop Storage to Avoid that "Everything Just Shoved Against the Wall" Look

fOcus ON: Igor Eškinja Spazi neutri e illusioni ottiche, questo il concept alla base dell'opera dell'artista croato Igor Eškinja...[continua a leggere su http://www.artesera.it/index.php/blog/article/focus_on_igor_eshkinja]

fOcus ON: Igor Eškinja Spazi neutri e illusioni ottiche, questo il concept alla base dell'opera dell'artista croato Igor Eškinja...[continua a leggere su http://www.artesera.it/index.php/blog/article/focus_on_igor_eshkinja]

Reading and Art: John White Alexander

Reading and Art: John White Alexander

Find the Gist  Show students a magazine article with subheadings within the text. Explain that the author uses subheadings to convey the central ideas of a subsection of text. Locate a selection from a nonfiction magazine that has no subheadings within the text or remove subtitles from a selection.

How to Teach Students to Find the Main Idea

Find the Gist Show students a magazine article with subheadings within the text. Explain that the author uses subheadings to convey the central ideas of a subsection of text. Locate a selection from a nonfiction magazine that has no subheadings within the text or remove subtitles from a selection.

LE COURRIER by Collandre

LE COURRIER by Collandre

Children reading (1916). Pekka Halonen (Finnish, 1865-1933). Oil on canvas. EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art.Halonen throughout the 1910s painted many works that were focused on his home, painting his home environment at different times of the year, but also inside the home, completing interiors and paintings of his children as subjects. He moved to a brighter and cleaner color palette which he introduced gradually in the 1900’s.

Children reading (1916). Pekka Halonen (Finnish, 1865-1933). Oil on canvas. EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art.Halonen throughout the 1910s painted many works that were focused on his home, painting his home environment at different times of the year, but also inside the home, completing interiors and paintings of his children as subjects. He moved to a brighter and cleaner color palette which he introduced gradually in the 1900’s.

Untitled from "Zla uczennica" (The Bad Schoolgirl) series

Untitled from "Zla uczennica" (The Bad Schoolgirl) series

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