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Anchor Activities: What Do I Do When They Finish Their Work Early?

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Have you ever wondered what to do with those students who are early finishers? If so, then this is the session for you! Come to this session to receive a variety of anchor activities aligned to the …

Have you ever wondered what to do with those students who are early finishers? If so, then this is the session for you! Come to this session to receive a variety of anchor activities aligned to the Common Core Standards. Participants will walk away with ready-to-use resources for ANY classroom.

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  • 1. WHAT DO I DO WHEN STUDENTS FINISH THEIR WORK EARLY?NORTH CAROLINA MIDDLE SCHOOL CONFERENCE 2013 PRESENTED BY: SHANETTA D. PITTMAN ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ROANOKE VALLEY EARLY COLLEGE WELDON CITY SCHOOLS Credits: Carol Ann Tomlinson, University of Virginia
  • 2. Anchor Activities or Bell Ringers:Anchor activities are ongoing assignments that students canwork on independently throughout a unit, a grading period orlonger.Project/activities management is important, so students keeptrack of their progress and status.Purpose:1. Provide meaningful or real-world activities/tasks for students that enhance current project or task, when finished with current work, when or when they arrive into class.2. Provide ongoing tasks that tie to the content andinstruction.