FORMS FOR LITERACY STATIONS CHOICE BOARDS
Using Choice Boards to Increase Student Ownership
Jan 29, 2016An excellent way to increase student ownership of learning in your classroom is through the use of choice boards. Choice boards allow students to choose how they will learn. Structured like a Tic-Tac-Toe board, choice boards offer a series of activities that focus on students’ specific learning needs, interests, and abilities. Students decide
Literacy Centers Made EASY! - Teach Outside the Box
For the past five years, I’ve been using the same “menu” format for Literacy Centers and have modified it as I’ve taught first, second, and third grade. Prior to that, I’d tried every system in the bookstations in the classroom, mobile tubs, wheels, rotated charts, assigned centersall of which “worked” for
How to Use Choice Boards to Differentiate Learning - The
A choice board is a graphic organizer that allows students to choose different ways to learn about a particular concept. Choice boards are set up in a grid, generally with 9 squares. You can include more or fewer activities, but I’ve found 9 to be a good number. In addition, you can require that students 
Literacy Center Management - busyteacherscafe
Center Management Literacy stations have two purposes: (1) to engage students while the teacher works with small reading groups, and (2) to reinforce literacy skills (vocabulary, reading, phonics, word study, mechanics).
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