3 more friendship quotes/posters for your students

dog massaging another dog's back


I’ve added freely downloadable friendship posters to my Sail the Seven C’s Teacher Expo .

** Here is a short tour of the Expo and its current collection of resources. [More are being added every week.]

A couple of ways to use these files…

  • Project onto the whiteboard, but block out key words or a phrase, such as, in the example below, ‘self-doubt’. Let your students fill in the blank.

  • Pose the question, “Which one of these reminds you of one of your friends?”

  • Use one as a theme/’behavior guide’ for an upcoming week.


 


 


 

Friendship quotes/posters for your students

I’ve added freely downloadable friendship posters to my Sail the Seven C’s Teacher Expo .

** Here is a short tour of the Expo and its current collection of resources. [More are being added every week.]

A couple of ways to use these files…

  • Project onto the whiteboard, but block out key words or a phrase, such as, in the example below, ‘self-doubt’. Let your students fill in the blank.

  • Pose the question, “Which one of these reminds you of one of your friends?”

  • Use one as a theme/’behavior guide’ for an upcoming week.




 

Writing Wisdom from Stephen King and Ray Bradbury…

Writing King reader imagination

I’ve added three more–freely downloadable–classroom writing posters to my Sail the Seven C’s Teacher Expo . Check out the previewable items.

** Here is a short tour of the Expo and its current collection of resources. [More are being added every week.]

A couple of ways teachers might use the quotes…

  • Print out and project onto the whiteboard, but block out key words or a phrase, such as, in the example below, ‘follow him’. Let your students fill in the blank.

  • Pose the question, “Have you ever reached a point where the character did something you didn’t expect?”

  • Ask your students which of the three quotes makes the most sense to them.


Writing Bradbury get out of way


Writing Bradbury hero wants

 

Three more writing posters for my teacher resource expo…

Writing Jodi Picoult cant Edit blank page

I’ve added three new–freely downloadable–classroom writing posters to my Sail the Seven C’s Teacher Expo .

** Here is a short tour of the Expo and its current collection of resources. [More are being added every week.]

A couple of ways to use the quotes…

  • Print out and project onto the whiteboard, but block out key words or a phrase, such as, in the example below, ‘self-doubt’. Let your students fill in the blank.

  • Pose the question, “Have you ever felt the surge of momentum like the faucet Louis L’Amour refers to?

  • Say to your students: “Let’s talk about the blank page. Does anyone have any strategies to get past that uncomfortable moment…minute…hour?”

Writing Plath self-doubt

writing start writing Lamour

 

A different kind of writing prompt for The 7 C’s Learning Expo

four fortunes from fortune cookiesfour fortunes from fortune cookies

The latest addition to The 7 C’s Learning Expo

With these fortunes as a springboard, try one or more of these activities:

  1. Have characters use two or more of the lines in an amusing conversation.

  2. Mix and match the various words in the fortunes to create new fortunes.

  3. Compose a story based on one or more of the messages.


** Here is a short tour of the Expo and its current collection of resources. [More are being added every week.]