Whether your students are in a 1:1 classroom or learning remotely, this post is full of digital language arts activities to engage students online.
Teenagers frequently want to know when they will use the material we teach in their lives. These are perfect activities to connect to students’ lives.
Wondering how to differentiate, engage, add movement, and do #allthethings? ELA learning stations are a great place to start.
Graphic organizers are an amazingly convenient way to elevate thinking in any classroom. Here are ten of my favorite organizers that provide access points for all readiness levels.
How can you add art to English Language Arts classes without it being “fluffy?” Read about how to use it as a powerful instructional tool.
Task cards are appropriate for secondary students. Here are five reasons to use task cards with high school students.