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Who is it for?
- 5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds)
- 6th Graders (11 to 12-year-olds)
- 7th Graders (12 to 13-year-olds)
If you're looking for an extensive, spiraling, language arts resource to help your students be lifelong learners, than you have come to right place. Language Arts Daily Dose is designed to teach a skill over 5 days with the student asked to do more each day. This gentle scaffold approach makes this resource student and teacher friendly, making it possible for even reluctant workers to feel success. Even better, many, if not all, of the included concepts support Common Core State Standards.
Don't forget the amazing discussions and mini-lessons that can springboard from these pages. And, if it takes 2 days to do one page, it won't matter because the program is designed for you to move at the pace you deem best for your students.
Included in this 46 page set is:
-Teacher Directions and Suggestions
-Student Cover for workbook/packet/binder
-20 pages of Language Arts Daily Dose pages (4 weeks)
-20 pages of Answer Key sheets
Each Week, Days 1-4 have EIGHT sections plus a Fab Vocab assignment.
These sections cover the following skills/topics:
2- Punctuation/ Sentence Correction
3- Literary Terms
4- Quick Write
5- Cursive Reading and Writing
6- Parts of Speech
7- Testing Tip
8- Media Awareness/ Reference Materials Use
Fab Vocab: One new word per day. These words cover Reading, Science, Math, and Affixes. This cross curricular connection makes this an even more valuable resource.
Day 5 of each week has a different format. Students will explore how to use a web graphic organizer and reading a web page for information. Students also complete a "test" on the day 1-4 vocabulary words.
I am confident that my Language Arts Daily Does assignments will help your students learn these concepts for life, not just for the next test or assignment.
**PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SET CONTAINS WEEKS 13-16**
Other sets that are currently available include:
Set 1: Weeks 1-4!
Set 2: Weeks 5-8!
Set 3: Weeks 9-12!
Set 5: Weeks 17-20!
I wish you great success on your endeavour to teach this great subject of language arts and I hope you will allow me to be part of your journey.
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Keywords: Language Arts Daily Dose, grammar, spelling, reference materials, media awareness, vocabulary, cursive writing, quick write, testing tips, parts of speech, weeks 13-16, set 4
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About the Seller
I have been teaching elementary level students since 2000. Working with kids is one of the most rewarding experiences one can ask for. I have spent 1 year as a computer teacher (1200 students), 3 years as a 5th grade teacher, and I have been teaching 6th grade since 2005. As of 2015, I am the full-time administrator my my elementary school and I LOVE it.
I work hard to be a hands-on teacher where students are given the chance to do the learning and teaching.
I was a Scholastic Teacher Advisor in 2006-2007
Teachers Pay Teachers Presenter for the 2014 Conference in Las Vegas, NV
Teachers Pay Teachers Presenter for the 2015 Conference in Las Vegas, NV
I received my associates degree from the College of Eastern Utah (Now Utah State Eastern). I then received my bachelors in elementary education from Southern Utah University. I obtained my masters in educational leadership from the University of Utah in 2011.
I am the father of six awesome children and have an amazingly artistic and creative wife! I am looking forward to networking with educators and others alike!
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