Posters

TitleDescriptionlink
Writing CERC–Claim Evidence Reasoning Closure Poster
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Text AnnotationExample 1: Help students with annotating text, with this guide here
Text AnnotationExample 2: Help students with annotating text, with this guide here
Should I Share?Help students, especially those who might struggle with blurting, with a poster reminding them when to share. here
Nonverbal RequestsUse these posters to have students signal requests (e.g., bathroom, drink of water, tissue), without interrupting instruction. Blue
B&W
Levels of UnderstandingHelp give students a way of expressing their level of understanding with “Levels of Understanding” posters. Several different colors including Ibiza Blue, black & white, Capri Pink, Laurel Leaf, and Very Peri (purplish)
Levels of QuestionersI saw a Tweet from Brendan O’Sullivan about gamifying questions. In this case, challenge students about the types of questions they are asking and answering. Similar to Blooms, but with a twist. here
Success with EvidenceShare examples of how to use evidence to support claims for students. Available in different colors. blue
green
orange
yellow
purple
quotation marks posterHelp students appropriately use quotations marks (white background)here
quotation marks posterHelp students appropriately use quotations marks (blue background)here
Give Me 5A poster to support teachers as they use the “Give Me 5” quiet signal. (Old 13.33 x 7.5 versions Color and B&W)Color
B&W
Turn and TalkTurn and Talk posters to support classroom discourse. (Old 13.33 x 7.5 version here)here
Kohlberg’s Stages I borrowed this idea from Rafe Esquith, a teacher in East LA, who used to frame his management through Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development. here
Tech: 6 RemindersHelp your students know how to best work with technology, with these 6 reminders. here
Approved AppsFor WCSD Teachers, approved apps postershere