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Writing HELP!!!
We just started a new quarter, and I have a new crop of students in my 9th grade English class. There are some serious writing struggles with this group. I found this compilation of paragraph frames, but any supports that have worked for you would be welcome.

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Here is a link to a PBS Documentary that focuses on the importance of paying attention to the gaps in education. 

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Here is a resource discussing math instruction to ELL students. CororinColorado is a great resource for ELL education and this article highlights steps teachers can take to make sure they are supporting ELLs in math instruction. 

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Hi,
I am Rebecca Carr, the creator of this community.

I teach high school English at an Alternative school in Denver Public Schools.

I have been a teacher for 18 years. With the rapid changes in education, I often feel like a first year teacher. 

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Even in High School, I come across these spelling errors occasionally. This is a funny way to look at the errors. It is a bit adult, so take a peak before you send the link!

Would you like to win a copy of Cris Tovani's book, I Read It But I Don't Get It? 

This text offers insight into how young readers are often unable to effectively process what they have read and tips to increase comprehension.

Introduce yourself to the community and add at least one resource by 12/8 to be entered into a drawing for the book.

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Here is an interesting resource designed to help teach science to English Language Learners.

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And this is definitely not for students, but funny for an English teacher!
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