August 5, 2015

400+ TPT Followers GIVEAWAY!!!

It's GIVEAWAY time!!! Thank you so much everyone for following my store on TPT...all 400+ of you! I can't believe it :) I love that we all have a place where we can create and share products to help each other out in the classroom!

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16 comments:

  1. I would just like to see eoc test prep products.

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    1. I wasn't familiar with the term "EOC" so I looked it up :) Is it just the annual STAR test around May? I'm assuming that if a district has chosen Common Core, they will be doing that test. Can you give me a specific and I'll look into it? Thanks for letting me know :)
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  2. The EOC is the End of Course Exam, our students take it in Eng 1 and 2. They are not Common Corr tests, since they are state assessments, and Texas didn't adopt Common Core. It is based on the Texas standards, the TEKS.

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    1. Ok great! Thanks for explaining Mandi! :)

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  3. I would love to see some informational text activities!

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  4. Paired texts and accompanying activities!

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    1. Paired texts...can you explain in more detail? Like a novel with paired informational texts?

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  5. I would love a fun way to practice citations.

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    1. Oooo, that might be a fun activity...

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  6. Would love some OER help for our Texas assessments. Mainly to make it friendly and not so rote for my kiddos.

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    1. I tried to look it up, but can't find what OER means. Sorry people, I'm new to Texas and not familiar with all the acronyms yet! :(

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    2. Sorry for not seeing this yesterday, but Mandi is right on point. Those limited lines are killers.

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  7. OER=open ended response. This is two questions on our test. One is a question over just one selection, the other question is over two paired selections. Students have ten lines to answer the question, prove the answer with text evidence, and explain their reasoning. Questions might be something like "how are the messages of the two passages similar" or "how does the author's use of figurative language help you understand the text."

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    1. They are also called Short Answer questions.

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    2. Oh totally familiar :) They only have 10 lines?? Yikes! I'd use a whole page! :) Thanks for clarifying Mandi :)

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