Organizing Classroom Space for Reading & Writing


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Which of the following should be present in a classroom library?

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1. Which meeting area is not important to include in a literacy classroom?

2. Why should student work be displayed on the walls?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

There are a few different ways you can organize a classroom for reading and writing. Quiz yourself on this type of learning environment by answering questions on topics like something that should be included in a classroom library and a meeting area that's not necessary for a literacy classroom.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be responsible for the following areas:

  • Reason(s) student work should be shown in the classroom
  • Part of the classroom that's commonly overlooked as a useful space
  • Feeling(s) that are created by an organized classroom

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure you understand the most important information from the lesson on organizing a classroom for reading and writing, such as the reason(s) students work should be displayed in class
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the important thing(s) to include in a classroom library
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the area of a classroom that is often overlooked as a useful space for information and a meeting area that's not necessary for a literacy classroom

Additional Learning

To keep learning about classroom organization tips, you can look over the lesson named Organizing Classroom Space for Reading & Writing. These points will be explored:

  • Furniture layout and placement of classroom materials
  • Attributes of an effective literacy center
  • Shared reading sessions
  • Anchor charts