Hold Their Feet to the Fire

This is an amazing way to look at keeping student’s honest and on track with their at-home reading.

Laura Randazzo – Solutions for the Secondary Classroom

You know the drill. You give your class a chapter for a novel to read for homework, or maybe you start reading a chapter together in class and then you want your students to finish the chapter as homework. The next day arrives and (maybe) a third of the class has actually done the reading. Most of the kids sit there, silently praying that a more studious kid will answer your questions. The non-readers like to do that fake-interested head nod thing, as if they agree completely with what the smart kid just said.

Enough of this.

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