Sunday, November 23, 2008

Put Thinking to the Test

I have made good progress with my lesson planning recently, which led to most of my students scoring out of below basic during the last benchmark assessments.
How you can simultaneously prepare for high-stakes tests and teach reading comprehension strategies without compromising your beliefs about good instruction? Put Thinking to the Test will guide you as you help students tackle tests as a genre and think like effective test-takers.

1 comment:

Achievexcel said...

Appreciate Life, Achieve Excellence! Life is Excellent!

We have been Provided with amongst "The Very Finest Of Things That Life Has To Offer".

We have to Appreciate with Gratitude, the Precious Moments that Life Bestows us With, Each Day, Moment by Moment.

By Appreciating Life, We are Achieving Excellence; We are truly Reciprocating the Excellent Virtues that we have been Endowed with, and Utilizing these for The Universal Constructive Progress and Meaningful Benefit of our Wonderful Universe and its Wonderful People.

Make each moment "Count", each moment "Matter"! Count & Matter, like nothing else!

Calibrate The Precious Moments, they truly "Count", they truly "Matter", each Moment encapsulates and reflects "Treasures Beyond Compare" !

Pursue your objectives with a steadfast belief and confidence "at each and every instance", whether in "Thought" or "Action"!

Always endeavor to make a "Difference", carve a "Niche", the "Difference"; the "Niche" that incredibly matters!

Fill your World with Excellence in each "Thought" and "Endeavor" for Universal Meaningful Benefit and Constructive Progress

Pursue your objectives with a steadfast Belief and Confidence at each and every Instance, whether in "Thought or Deed"

Best Wishes,
Vashi Ram Chandi

Promethean Planet


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