Heading back to school can be stressful for teachers. The ladies of ELA Today have twelve ELA activities and lessons to save the day.
Searching for nonfiction lesson plans? Keep reading. In today’s post, Lauralee and Melissa are sharing some tips for success with middle and high school students.
Digital activities are in our classrooms, and like with anything else, videos must be meaningful. In today’s post, Melissa and Lauralee break down how they make the most of every movie or show clip.
Melissa’s Approach Melissa presents ten ways to create a reading culture in your classroom. As a reading specialist, she suggests
How can you help middle school students transition to high school? Two experienced teachers explain their tricks.
Ideas for avoiding the summer slide with older students…
Searching for engaging grammar review ideas? You’ll find them here.
Where do you start with a new ELA class? Here are two ways to teach the first nine weeks of ELA.
Teaching figurative language can be one of the most engaging parts of an ELA class. Plan purposefully to incorporate literature purposefully, and hook students from the start!
Tired of feeling tugged in too many directions regarding effective grammar instruction? Let’s explore the debates.