In Part 1, we took a look at RWT from A to C. In this post, we will cover D-H.
D is for discover.
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E is for engage.
Engage with ReadWriteThink.org by sharing your ideas by posting comments. Contribute to the site by adding suggestions or comments about lessons and other resources. You can also benefit from the comments posted by others. Here’s an example of a great conversation that took place via comments.
F is for Facebook and other social media.
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G is for graphic organizer.
RWT has an entire printout section. Printouts are printable sheets from assessments to organizers—all of them classroom-tested and easy to use. There is a rich collection of Graphic Organizers. These printouts help students brainstorm, analyze, and organize their ideas.
H is for How-To.
In the Parent & Afterschool section of the site, you can find Tips & How-To’s. These are geared towards adults working with children in an out-of-school setting. So just how are you supposed to read aloud? Or help kids write? Get quick and useful suggestions from the experts.
Stay tuned next week for another installment of A to Z on RWT!