Start your class with an icebreaker that makes a difference! Help your students (and yourself!) get to know each other quickly without stress. Laugh WITH each other, not AT each other, and your class will be off to a good beginning. These require
Looking for a bulletin board idea or a discussion starter about the connection between reading and writing? This current, topical list is a fun way to help students think about ways they can improve their reading and writing skills on their own as
Students will learn about the meanings of the terms "idiom," "proverb," and "moral of a story" through examples presented in context. Then they will be given a list of common proverbs to use in applying the message to a story or book they have read.
English Language Arts, Writing, Reading Strategies
A portfolio can be an organized collection of a wide range of things such as artistic creations or writings. In this instance, your portfolio will consist of 10 responses to the novel you read and it will also include your own evaluation of your
English Language Arts, Literature, Reading Strategies