Literacy Station Inspiration

As middle school teachers, the authors of Literary Station Inspiration spend the majority of their planning time scouring for ideas to engage and interest older learners. They're always looking for valuable resources that can easily be turned into lessons that their students enjoy. Most of the ideas found in center books and online target elementary students and lower-level readers, so they began toying with various ideas that adapt stations to older students.

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Posts by Literacy Station Inspiration

Poetry Stations Page Updated

Poetry Stations Updated!   As promised, the Poetry Stations are now posted! Student directions, materials, and printables are now available for download on the "Poetry […]

Word Mover Station

Word Mover by ReadWriteThink As we have been implementing poetry stations over the last several weeks, I came across ReadWriteThink's Word Mover activity. This may […]

Teaching Students to Interpret Author's Clues

The skills making inferences and drawing conclusions are umbrella terms that include an array of literacy skills. The following presentation focuses on introducing students to an overview […]

Text Structures and Organizational Patterns

This activity follows direct instruction on each organizational patterns and text structures. Students use signal words, main ideas, and text structures to determine which text […]

NY Times Found Poetry Contest

Click for NCTE PDF on Found and Headline Poetry The New York Times announced on March 31st that submissions for their 7th Annual Found Poetry […]

Literacy Station Inspiration to Present in June

Once again, we will be sharing strategies and collaborative activities at a K-12 Literacy Conference! Come join us! (Hurry! The registration deadline for school groups is […]

Poetry Book

Update April 2016: Check out the new poetry stations added to the Stations: Reading Page! Link on the homepage. Here is a sneak peek at […]

Text Coding: An Analytical Approach

Text coding is a great tool for metacognition. Like other forms of annotating, text coding allows readers to actively track their thinking and monitor their […]

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