Aug 5, 2014

ELA/SS Integration GIVE-AWAY!

Hi teacher friends!  I'm popping in today to share a great GIVE-AWAY that I simply couldn't live without.

My dear friend Lauren, from The Sweetest Thing just completed a bundle of Nonfiction Leveled Passages that is fabulous.  The bundle covers Native Americans and Early Explorers through the Civil War and one lucky winner will receive the entire BUNDLE!

If you are looking for a little later time period in history, she also has a bundle that picks up from Reconstruction and carries you and your students all the way to present day!

These articles are fabulous for any activities you are looking for to integrate Social Studies into your ELA program.  They are lexiled and very informative.  I use these in small groups, workstations, and occasionally for research and reference.

If you are interested in jumping into the GIVE-AWAY, please complete the form below.  My husband will choose a random number response and I will send you a link to the first bundle!  That's it...very simple.  :) Give it a try.   Also if you would, please leave a comment of how you might use these in your classroom so that others can share your ideas too and follow this blog so that you can see who WINS!  THANKS and GOOD LUCK!

(I will be the only one that sees your name and email address and I will send out the winning link on FRIDAY.)  No worries.  :)

10 comments:

  1. I am such a ding-a-ling. I was in go mode and submitted the link to my blog instead of my email. Just gmail at the end instead of blogspot lol. These are ao perfect and just what I need to integrate social studies!

    Hope
    Teaching with Hope

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  2. We received a grant for The Walking Classroom and the content of these passages will go perfectly with the podcasts on our WalkKits! I would love to have them to enhance and expand my social studies instruction to effectively teach our standards!

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  3. These look amazing! I'd love to use them to better integrate ELA and SS. My class could use them in so many different ways - HW, bell work, RtI, etc.

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  4. I would use these with an activity called Keep It or Junk It to help students analyze texts. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. As an inclusion teacher, these would be perfect for differentiation. All students would get the same content, but at their level. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  6. These would be perfect for integration of Social Studies into the ELA and children still get SS information while practicing reading skills. Thank you for this opportunity.
    chief9937@Yahoo.com

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  7. I am always looking for quality reading for my students. This is a great way to integrate nonfiction into the ELA block. Thanks for your hard work and the opportunity to win!!

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    Jennifer
    Mrs. Laffin's Laughings

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  9. Oh my goodness! I saw these wonderful resources on TPT and have them on my wishlist. I teach 6th grade inclusion English on a team and love to incorporate history into our reading. I love that the content is the same but the reading levels are varied, making it perfect for differentiating small group work. I teach in VA so the history content is from Reconstruction to present day, making Bundle #1 a perfect fit! What an awesome giveaway, thanks so much Brandee!
    - Aimee

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