READ 180 RED ROUTINES are perfect with every lesson! Get your students writing, reacting, and conversing with every lesson. Here's how to use the IDEA WAVE, THINK (WRITE)-PAIR-SHARE, and NUMBERED HEADS with the remaining READ 180 Workshops.
Use the following questions in the Idea Wave:
Workshop #5: What are mummies?
Workshop #6: What makes someone a champion?
Workshop #7: Are zoos good places for wild animals to live?
Workshop #8: What are examples of unhealthy foods and drinks?
Workshop #9: How do schools benefit from having diverse students?
Workshop #5: What do teens feel peer pressure to do?
Workshop #6: What are some scary things you've seen in the movies or on tv?
Workshop #7: Do you think it is always possible to find ways to control an animal population that has grown too large?
Workshop #8: How can a turning point help someone?
Workshop #9: Why did people move to Harlem?
Workshop #5: Are teenagers good at saving money?
Workshop #6: What do people compete in?
Workshop #7: What are some movements your brain controls?
Workshop #8: Why do teens commit crimes?
Workshop #9: What are some forms of protest?
Workshop #3: How would you feel if you had to go along with the rules and rituals--even if it means turning against your friends?
Workshop #4: Why does Booth want to avenge the South?
Workshop #5: What is one piece of advice you would give to friends who are trying to avoid catching the flu?
Workshop #6: Who do you think is a better climber, Tommy Caldwell or Kevin Jorgeson?
In my opinion,...
I think that...
My idea is that...
It seems to me that...
I agree with ________________ that _________________
My idea is similar to...
I also think that...
My idea builds on ______________'s idea that...
I'd like to add...
My idea is different from ________________'s idea because...
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