Teaching English summer school courses can be a rewarding experience. Students understand they need the credits, and teachers often have flexibility.
The way you build professional relationships as a teacher matters. Intentionally work with other teachers to build camaraderie a sense of purpose.
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.
Using rubrics in the secondary ELA classroom will benefit students in a variety of ways. Take a look at these two processes for creating and using rubrics.
What second semester ELA lessons will you bring to your classroom? These lessons will engage students as the weather starts to warm. #MiddleSchoolELA #HighSchoolELA
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.
February can be a tough month in the classroom! Both teachers and students tend to feel bored and restless. Keep things fresh with these engaging February ELA lessons.
Task cards are appropriate for secondary students. Here are five reasons to use task cards with high school students.