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Leslie Klish Home Page

Name: Leslie Klish Home Page Leslie Klish teaches fifth grade at Sharon Center, a K-8 school in Sharon, Connecticut. Mrs. Klish uses her Web site to post homework, communicate with parents, publish student work, post pictures of activities, and upload class materials. How to use the site:One of the nicest features
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Leslie Klish teaches fifth grade at Sharon Center, a K-8 school in Sharon, Connecticut. Mrs. Klish uses her Web site to post homework, communicate with parents, publish student work, post pictures of activities, and upload class materials.

How to use the site:
One of the nicest features of this classroom site is the way in which it organizes student work samples. Click on the Student Work link and then use the drop-down menu to select a specific assignment. This leads to a description of the assignment and a second drop-down menu where you can select individual student work using the child’s first name. Be sure to review some of the Figurative Language samples. The Word Games page includes a link to a site called Elements of Language. Teachers of Language Arts will definitely want to check this out.

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Lynn Gaisford

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