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Note Taking – Grades 6-12 (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on notetaking includes ideas and resources on taking notes for secondary students including Cornell notes, graphic notetaking and digital tools.

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Note Taking: The Trash and Treasure Method

A short presentation on the Trash and Treasure note taking method designed for Grades 3-12.

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Note-Taking Using Graphic Organizers

Teach your students how to use different graphic organizers to take notes when reading nonfiction texts.

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Occupational Outlook Handbook: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.

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OER (Open Educational Resources) (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on OER (Open Educational Resources) includes links to articles and sites that discuss and share openly licensed materials that can be used for teaching and learning.

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OER Commons

This site lets you search for free lessons for PreK-12 through adult learners, for any subject area, or aligned to AASL 21st Century Learner Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and Common Core State Standards for English or Math. Educators can also build Open Educational Resources, lesson plans, and courses and then publish them, to the benefit of educators and learners everywhere. Digital librarians have develop OER Commons curated collections, which allows browsing for resources.

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Ohio Center for Law-Related Education Teaching Toolbox

This site includes OCLRE teacher resources from around the web that bring citizenship to life with primary sources, interactives, videos, lesson plans and more. 

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Ohio Department of Education - English/Language Arts Model Curriculum

Standard Statement: Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of science and technical texts.. Strand: Reading-Literacy Science/Technical Subjects. Subject: English/Language Arts. Grade Level: 6-8. Dimensions of Inquiry: Evaluating

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OhioMeansJobs, K12

College, career, and skill-building tutorials, practice tests, and ebooks.

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OhioNET Discounts Provided Through INFOhio

This one page flyer outlines the OhioNET discounts and professional development benefits provided to all Ohio schools through INFOhio. Updated November 2017.

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Olympic Games (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on the Olympic Games includes articles, activities, history, books, and links to the summer 2016 games.

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Opinion Writing in Kindergarten

A web article about how one teacher explored the idea of opinion writing with their kindergarten class.

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Opposites (Early World of Learning Lesson Plan for Preschool)

This lesson plan was developed by members of INFOhio's Early Literacy Task Force. It uses Early World of Learning from INFOhio to make text-to-text connections and text-to-self connections and be able to define and identify opposites. It is aligned to Ohio’s Early Learning & Development Standards: Birth to Kindergarten Entry and includes best practices for reading digital text.

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Overview for use of primary sources

Standard Statement: Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources.. Strand: Reading-Literacy in History / Social Studies. Subject: English/Language Arts. Grade Level: 6-8. Dimensions of Inquiry: Evaluating

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Paired Readings for High School (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on paired readings for high school includes a fiction and nonfiction pairing along with another selection such as a article or website.

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Paired Readings for Middle School (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on paired readings for middle school includes a fiction and nonfiction pairing along with another selection such as a article or website.

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Parent Reading Tips - Custom Password

This flyer gives parents 10 ideas for helping young children learn to love reading, It includes username and password that can be customized and edited.

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Parent Reading Tips - State Password

This one page flyer provides parents with 10 tips that will help them engage their children in books and reading. The state username and password are printed on the flyer.

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Perspective (Teaching about Perspective in the ELA Classroom)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on perspective includes a focus on who tells a story with links to lesson plans, articles and more.

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Physical Fitness (BookFlix Lesson for Grade 1)

This lesson plan was developed by members of INFOhio's Early Literacy Task Force. It uses BookFlix from INFOhio to help students compare and contrast fiction and nonfiction texts. It is aligned to Ohio's Learning Standards for English Language Arts and includes best practices for reading digital text.

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Physical Fitness (World Book Kids Lesson for Grade 2-3)

This lesson plan was developed by members of INFOhio's Early Literacy Task Force. It uses World Book Kids from INFOhio to help students define physical fitness, identify ways a person can stay fit, and make text-to-self connections between the article and their own lives. It is aligned to Ohio's Learning Standards for English Language Arts and includes best practices for reading digital text.

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Point of View (Teaching in the ELA Classroom) (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on point of view includes resources to show how point of view is about the way a piece is written or how they tell a story.

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Points of Entry

The article from Educational Leadership looks at close reading instruction, establishing the purpose through modeling and thinking aloud. It focuses specifically on literary nonfiction and information texts in U.S. education. 

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Points of View Reference Center (EBSCO)

Articles supporting pro and con sides of current issues. Helps you develop arguments to support your position.

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Points of View Reference Center (EBSCO) Search Box

Use this HTML code to create a search box widget for Points of View Reference Center.

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Points of View Reference Center Video Tutorial (INFOhio on YouTube)

Learn the basics of using Points of View Reference Center with this 6 minute video tutorial.

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Post-its: Little Notes for Big Discussions

Post It notes are a great tool for helping students with note taking, as well as speaking in discussions on a topic. Watch this video to learn more about the technique.

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Poster - Power Up - Custom Password

A color 8 1/2 X 11 poster which can be customized with your school's INFOhio username and password.

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Poster - Power Up - State Password

A color 8 1/2 X 11 poster that has the state INFOhio username and password.

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Power Button B&W - Icon

INFOhio power button - black & white - icon.

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Power Button B&W - Medium

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Power Button B&W - Small

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Power Button Color - Icon

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Power Button Color - Large

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Power Button Color - Medium

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Power Button Color - Small

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Primary Children Study Authors and Illustrators

A study on how having primary school children do author and illustrator studies could lead to more appreciation for the visual arts.

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Primary Sources (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on primary sources includes infographics, articles, lesson plans, activities and links to primary sources documents that can be used in the classroom.

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Printing Web Site Pages with Google Chrome
Some Google Chrome users have reported problems while trying to print web site pages. Use this tip to correct the problem.
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Promoting Lively Literature Discussion

Suggested teaching methods to help make discussing literature more engaging for students.

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Promoting Self-Questioning Through Picture Book Illustrations

Teacher guide to using picture books to help readers self-evaluate.

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Protect the INFOhio Brand!

This PowerPoint explains how to use the INFOhio logo in presentations and in printed material. It is helpful for ICoaches and DBICoaches. Last updated June 2017.

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PTA

Official PTA site

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Purdue Owl: Research and Citation

Need help on how to research or to write a citation? The Purdue OWL has examples for creating citations in MLA, APA, and other recommended styles.

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Questions for Close Reading

Close reading is a fundamental skill for students when it comes to critical thinking. These questions are a good resources to help students look closely at text.

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Readability and the Common Core's Staircase of Text Complexity: Text Project

Information on readability formulas, what they mean and how teachers can use the informaton to develop strategies, tools and text to bring beginning readers and struggling readers to high levels of literacy.

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Reading (INFOhio on Pinterest)

INFOhio’s Pinterest board on reading includes tips for parents, teachers and caregivers with infographics, articles and links to websites.

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Reading Bear

Reading Bear Includes resources and activites for teaching reading and practicing foundational reading skills.

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Reading Informational Texts Using the 3-2-1 Strategy

In this lesson students read an article and then write 3 things they discover, 2 interesting things and 1 question.

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Reading on the Screen: Why Supporting Digital Natives Matters!

This flyer provides numerous resources from INFOhio that support digital natives as they read, analyze, and synthesize digital text. The online version of the flyer offers direct links to lesson plans, Best Practices for Digital Reading, and professional development options to help educators teach students how to read online. January 2018.

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