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Old 08-02-2014, 11:31 AM
 
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I am new to title 1 reading this year. I will be servicing children in grades k-5. Does anyone use bags or folders to keep materials in that they can grab each class to be ready to work? If so, anything creative that you keep in them? I want the children to LOVE reading and be motivated to work hard each session. Any advice is VERY much appreciated.


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So, last year was my first year teaching Title I Reading. At the beginning of the year I just had folders for each of my students. I color coded each grade level (K black, 1st yellow, 2nd red, etc.) which helped keep things organized. I kept any current papers we were working on in their folders. We did repeated reading with poems and such a lot. Sometimes I'd keep an easy read in them as well. I also sent home a book or books (depending on reading level - 1st grade books are really short) home with each student to practice and return on Friday. Around January I got my district to order cloth bags which stood up a lot better than the zip lock bags. Next year I plan to have book boxes (I think I'll have students bring in cereal boxes for these) for each of my students, as well as the cloth bags to go home. I'm thinking of having them bring the cloth bags to and from my group everyday so that they will be more consistent with working with what's in them. I sent home individualized sight word lists as well as the books. I also have bought those pencil boxes that slide and snap for each of my students. I plan to have them keep 2 sharpened pencils, 1 high lighter, 1 dry erase marker, an eraser and a line tracker in them (those little things you slide down the page to keep your place). I had issues last year with pencils being chewed on or walking off. I hope to curb some of these issues by having students have their own little boxes.
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Old 08-09-2014, 05:45 PM
 
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I also use bins to store each group's materials in. I had several from when I was in the classroom and am supplementing them with white ice cube bins from Wal-Mart when they need replacing. I have a piece of white duck tape on the front of each bin with the grade (5A for my first 5th grade group for example) to help me stay organized. I also keep community supplies (pencils, hi-liters, crayons, markers, pointers, trackers etc.) in baskets and containers to make it easier to grab and go. Have a great year!
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Old 08-11-2014, 11:10 AM
 
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I hsve an interview for Title 1 tomorrow and I need some advice about what questions might be asked. Thanks,
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I store all classroom materials in bins.


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