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PowerUp What Works

In this sixth grade lesson, students will revise and edit the first draft of the compare/contrast writing assignment in an online lesson.

Topic: Remote Learning, Writing

PowerUp What Works

In this fourth grade lesson, students will practice using self-questioning methods to comprehend and explain a text in an online lesson.

Topic: Remote Learning, Comprehension

PowerUp What Works

In this fifth grade lesson, students will learn to use visualization strategies to build an understanding of prerevolutionary Boston through the creation of a photographic storyboard of the events of the Boston Tea Party in an online lesson.

Topic: Remote Learning, Comprehension

PowerUp What Works

In this third grade lesson, students will learn to use visualization strategies to more thoroughly engage with the setting and atmosphere of a work of fiction that is set in a world different from their own environment in an online lesson.

Topic: Remote Learning, Comprehension

PowerUp What Works

This fifth grade lesson plan focuses on root words, prefixes, and suffixes in an online lesson.

Topic: Remote Learning, Vocabulary

PowerUp What Works

Showcases how students will develop or revise their plan for gathering information by using a range of technology tools related to their question in an online lesson.

Topic: Remote Learning, Comprehension

PowerUp What Works

Showcases how students will expand their vocabulary by creating semantic maps to represent different characteristics of a personality in an online lesson.

Topic: Remote Learning, Vocabulary

Doing What Works

This plan was developed by a kindergarten teacher. It provides details on standards, objectives, and essential questions guiding text structure instruction, and describes lesson activities and ways to extend student learning. View the presentation Teaching Character and Setting in an Inclusion Classroom to see how the lesson was implemented.

Topic: Comprehension

National Center on Intensive Interventions

This lesson on phonics may be used to supplement reading instruction to meet student needs.

Topic: Phonics

National Center on Intensive Interventions

This lesson may be used to supplement reading instruction on building automaticity with letter sounds.

Topic: Fluency with Text

National Center on Intensive Interventions

This lesson on letter sounds may be used to supplement reading instruction to meet student needs.

Topic: Fluency with Text

National Center on Intensive Interventions

NCII provides a series of reading lessons to support special education instructors, reading interventionists, and others working with students who struggle with reading. These lessons, adapted with permission from the Florida Center for Reading Research and Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk, address key reading and prereading skills

Topic: Remote Learning, Interventions

Doing What Works

This set of materials, provided by Rebecca Wieder, includes a lesson plan for literature circles as well as the following materials for secondary students: a description of student roles in literature circles, a reflection assignment, and sentence starters for discussions.

Topic: Comprehension

Doing What Works

The Mark It Up! strategy is used by eighth-grade language arts teacher Kelly O'Brien to scaffold small group text discussions. The teacher's lesson plan, text discussion, Mark It Up! guidelines, and theme activities are included here to show how the teacher supports students in making text connections.

Topic: Comprehension

Doing What Works

View a lesson plan used by a seventh-grade teacher to integrate vocabulary games into math instruction. Also included are a PowerPoint for teaching math-related vocabulary words and a handout listing vocabulary words and homework assignments for the week. Watch Building Vocabulary in Middle School Math Class to see how vocabulary games are used in a lesson on consumer math.

Topic: Vocabulary, Adolescent Literacy

Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk

This resource contains sample materials for using the PACT instructional procedures in English language arts, science, and social studies classrooms.

Topic: General Literacy

National Center on Intensive Interventions

This lesson on phonemic awareness may be used to supplement reading instruction to meet student needs.

Topic: Phonemic Awareness

National Center on Intensive Interventions

This lesson on consonant blends may be used to supplement reading instruction to meet student needs.

Topic: Phonics

Tennessee Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia

Use this guide to plan Tier 2 lessons on phonological awareness.

Topic: Phonological Awareness

National Center on Intensive Interventions

This lesson on blending may be used to supplement reading instruction to meet student needs. Each standard-aligned lesson plan includes a clear objective and embeds key instructional principles into the activities.

Topic: Phonological Awareness

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