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Welcome to Tim Fredrick's ELA Teaching Wiki

 

Visit my ELA Teaching Blog at http://timfredrick.typepad.com

 

E-mail me with questions at tim.fredrick@nyu.edu


Portfolio Creation

How I use portfolios in my classroom

Introducing portfolios

Making a Table of Contents

How to Present the Portfolio During the Conference

Criteria for Judging Portfolios


Using Graphic Organizers During Reading and Writing

 

Narratives

Using a Timeline

Using an Event Map

 

Cause and Effect

The following lessons use "Super Size Me" as the text

Using Cause and Effect Maps, Part I

Using Cause and Effect Maps, Part II: Things Get Serious


Super Size Me

Determining Author's Purpose with Excerpt from Fast Food Nation

Beginning Super Size Me

Using Cause and Effect Maps, Part I

Reading Nutrition Guides

Fast Food and Kids

Using Cause and Effect Maps, Part II: Things Get Serious

Playing the Doubting Game - Responsibility for Obesity

Concluding Super Size Me and Introducing Audience and Purpose


Listening Comprehension

Determining Author's Purpose with Excerpt from Fast Food Nation


Character Analysis

 

Character Traits

 

Characterization

 

Character Goals, Motivation, and Obstacles Lessons

Introducing character goals, motivation, and obstacles

Practicing character goals, motivation, and obstacles in literature circles

 

Various Character Analysis Lessons

(see lessons under Character Analysis Paper, as well)

Interrupted reading with I Stand Here Ironing by Tillie Olsen

Character Analysis Talk Show with I Stand Here Ironing by Tillie Olsen

Annotated Reading and Introducing Character Analysis Triangle with If You Ain't Got Heart by Piri Thomas


Setting and Identity

 

Defining setting and how characters interact with it

Describing how setting and characters interact


Independent Reading

Pacing reading and writing summaries and reactions


Writing

 

Object of Personal Significance Essay/Story

 

Character Analysis Paper

Annotated Reading and Introducing Character Analysis Triangle with If You Ain't Got Heart by Piri Thomas

Finding and Explaining Evidence in the Character Analysis Paper

Examining a Character Analysis Paper for Organizing Structure

 

Story of Change/Compassion

Defining Change

Beginning the Story of Change or Compassion

Using Descriptive Details

Using Descriptive Details Part II

Using Descriptive Details Part III

 

Audience and Purpose/Persuasive Essay

Concluding Super Size Me and Introducing Audience and Purpose

Identifying Audience and Purpose

Identifying Audience and Purpose of Poems

How to Be Persuasive in Writing

Writing a Good Introduction to the Persuasive Essay

 

Writing Better Sentences

The Power of Short Sentences

 

General Lessons

Selecting a topic

Brainstorming on a Topic


 

Vocabulary

A General Strategy for Learning Vocabulary


Spelling

Punctuation

Grammar

Differentiating Subject Verb Agreement Instruction


Student Skills

Defining Motivation

Reviewing Notes


Getting Started

Why we want to become better readers and writers

Book sort


Inquiry

Defining the Question

Finding our Questions

What was here, before it was NYC

New Amsterdam

Translating a Primary Document

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