2010-2011 Read 180 Classroom

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    Looks like you're all set! Good luck!
     
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    Looks great! I am curious about the seating. How many desks do you have, or are those tables for two people? I am having trouble with the layout because I have 38 desks for my non-read180 class, and they kind of block the chairs for the computers.
    Do you move the seating around? Do you have one area for a group that is working with you?
    I especially like the posters for how to use academic language to respond to discussion.
     
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    I think it looks great. You are very organized. I really like all of your rubrics, charts, and schedules! Love the "you can't scare me, I teach" sign
     
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    There is an area at the rear for kids to go who have an audiobook.
    The kids can set at their desk during the read/write rotation. and for small group i have a two tables put together (4students) at the front of the room. I only have seating for no more than 16.
     

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