As teachers (especially English teachers), we're always thinking about how to help kids express their ideas clearly and personally in their writing. Since New Years is a great time for reflection and goal-setting, what better way to combine these
Despite what we sometimes think, students like to learn collaboratively. I began using these cassette tape labels on my desks this year, and the kids found it to be a fun way to assign tasks and form new groups quickly.
These labels are
Use social media to help your students understand how to write using vivid sensory details! The "snapshot" is a quick addition to your writing-instruction pedagogy that is easily digestible for students. This page is focused on writing about a
Use social media to help your students understand how to write using vivid sensory details! The "snapshot" is a quick addition to your writing-instruction pedagogy that is easily digestible for students.
Step 1: This page is focused on writing
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Writing-Essays
Teach your students helpful Greek prefixes and help them infer the meanings of unfamiliar words. This exercise works particularly well in English classes, although Science and Math teachers may find it helpful as well! The chart shows most
This is a Facebook page template I created to help my 9th grade students understand character development in Romeo and Juliet. They had a lot of fun filling out the pages, and didn't even realize that they were synthesizing their knowledge from the