Teaching Kids to Be Confident, Effective Communicators

Teaching Kids to Be Confident, Effective Communicators

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Build childrena€™s proficiency with oral and written communication, promote social and emotional learning (SEL), and help students work toward standards while developing critical skills theya€™ll need in later grades. This practical and unique resource presents 18 classroom-tested projects, called a€œopenings, a€ in core curricular areas. Students research topics and present what they have learned to their peers with this kids-teaching-kids approach to differentiated, project-based learning. Projects align with content standards in core curricular areas. Digital content includes the book's reproducible forms (customizable and printable) and three bonus openings.Also, remind students to transfer data theya#39;ve already calculated for year one into the first column before beginning year two. Again, put your initials ... A good way to do this is to send the Instructions for Making an Opening handout home with students. (Also see pages 60a€“63 for parent letters to adapt.) Ask them to practice anbsp;...

Title:Teaching Kids to Be Confident, Effective Communicators
Author:Phil Schlemmer, Dori Schlemmer
Publisher:Free Spirit Publishing - 2011-03-01


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