Trying to get back on track with writing. I’ve been making excuses and getting sucked into my depression, but here we go.
I’m reading this with some of my students. I think I’ve finally figured out how to make small group instruction work during my literacy block. It involvesÂ usingÂ a rubric where I take notes during group meetings, so I can then input all my anecdotal notes into my gradebook. That’s been my biggest challenge â€” getting my classroom evidenceÂ to be reflected inÂ my students’ grades. My students also have a shared Google Doc where they can ask each others questions and seek clarification.
I was originally planning on having this as our last read aloud of the year because it’s on next year’s Battle of the Books list, but after reading the first hundred pages, I decided to make a different pick. Actually, my students made the pick and they chose:
I love this book, and we attempted to read it aloud last year, but we ran out of time before the year ended. Hopefully we’ll be successful this year.
I’m 45% of the way through the Bible. I had always thought of Luke as just being the gospel with the Christmas story, but I’m really enjoying JC’s parables in this translation.
Here we go!