“Flawless Reading Lesson Plan & Earth Day.” – Janelle Cox

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Today I am grateful for the educational leadership Janelle Cox provides to elementary school teachers and parents! Here is a recent newsletter from Janelle.  – Doc Meek, Tuesday, April 10, 2012, Sherwood Park, Alberta, CANADA

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This newsletter for teachers is from Janelle Cox, your Guide to Elementary Education

This week’s newsletter contains tools for effectively using a graphic organizer, creating a flawless reading lesson plan, providing fun activities for Earth day, and much more!


Why Choose a Graphic Organizer?

The most appealing aspect of a graphic organizer is the fact that it helps students understand and process essential information. Most students I have come across seem to understand the information that is taught very quickly once they see the information organized. Students seem to benefit from…Read More

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Top 10 Components of a Language Arts Lesson Plan

Lesson plans help teachers organize their objectives and goals into an easy to read format. Some teachers feel comfortable using a basic lesson plan template for all subjects, while others prefer a template that is structured to the specific subject they are teaching. This language arts (reading) template provides…Read More

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6 Earth Day Activities

Earth day is celebrated every year on April 22. This is a day to take the time to remind students the importance of preserving our earth. Help your students get a better understanding of how they can help our earth by…Read More

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Parent Communication Strategies and Ideas

By communicating effectively with parents, you are forming a cooperative team that has the students’ best interests at heart. Extend your lessons beyond the classroom with effective school-home communication.

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Thank you, Janelle Cox, for your focus on helping elementary education teachers help our kids!

Doc Meek, Tues, Apr 10, 2012, Sherwood Park, Alberta, CANADA

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