Reading Street Texas Edition

Last year was our first year with our new reading adoption. It was very overwhelming because of the amount of materials. There were boxes and boxes delivered to our rooms. A good and bad thing. =)

Now I have had time to sift through all the materials and go to a class that showed me what we really have available and how to use it. We also have access to the digital path and there are amazing resources there as well.

The First Stop is something I am going to take some time with. I didn't really understand why we had this last year, but now I know I need to really get into it.

I will be taking a look at the New Literacies and other resources in this. Our literacy facilitator said this should be our "First Stop." Weird, huh?


I did get into the online resources this past year. I am going to be integrating those on a regular basis this coming year.

The kids love it. There are concept videos, grammar jammers, online versions of our books, and animated strategies.

It also has the Amazing Words within the videos, so it gives them another way to see and hear those vocabulary words.

All my students will have their own login and password and I will be "assigning" them different activities.

I am not sure how much they will use this on their own because of our many, many, many resources. I am thinking that I am going to make a login for the class to use on the Promethean board as a station.

This will be just another fun thing to do there. Plus we will use many of these whole group.

The grammar jammers are awesome! They really get stuck in your head and the kids think they are hilarious and will sing them all day.


Something I am going to love are the 10 Important Sentences. Each story has 10 Important Sentences. ho did what, when, where, and why
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I am very excited for this year. Our online curriculum will be guiding us through the adoption. I think the kids will really get a lot out of it. The stories are really good. I also like the decodable readers. The students kept them in their desks last year. They were easy reads and short, so they were really empowered to do them on their own.

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Interesting thread, I guess I should add my 2 cents here too--
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Studies show commission sales jobs are one of the highest grossing jobs out there, due to the unlimited earning potential. I do mainly sales, and we typically charge 4-7% on a sales listing. For the poster who sold his house in 1992 for $120,000 -- as you said, that was in 1992, 12 years ago. The economy has grown in the past 12 years, obviously. Which is why we pay $2 for the subway instead of 75 cents, meanwhile the subways are still the subways from the 1980's

Jump on anyone who will meet them??

This has *not* been my experience. While I have had some nice experiences with online dating (one "dating situation" and one that ended up being a good friend....and yes something ongoing that was sexual in nature), I tend to be pretty dammned selective *before* I ever meet someone (though no longer in the sense of endless IMs and emails....lesson learned. TWICE). And yes, even after I meet someone, I'm still pretty selective.
I agree that I do have difficulty meeting people in person sometimes as I tend to be shy. I also tend to be a bit on defense in typical "bar settings", and I know that makes it diffucult for guys to approach

I probably should and I probably will

I know very little about it. Thankfully this is has never been a problem for me before.
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