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Bell ringers are an excellent way to engage your students as soon as they walk into your classroom. Begin each of your middle or high school English classes with these daily bell-ringer / warm ups routine! Teaching Writing, Teaching Strategies, Teaching English, Education English, Teaching Tips, Teaching Themes, Teaching Spanish, Kids Education, Middle School Ela

ENGLISH BELL RINGERS - VOL 3

ENGLISH BELL RINGERS VOLUME 3: Bell ringers are an excellent way to engage your students as soon as they walk into your classroom. Begin each of your middle or high school English classes with these daily bell-ringer / warm ups routine! This comprehensive FULL YEAR resource includes everything you ...

Pencil Debate: Solutions For Students Not Having a Pencil Read about classroom solutions about students who do not bring a pencil to class.Read about classroom solutions about students who do not bring a pencil to class. 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, New Classroom, Middle School Science, Beginning Of School, Classroom Ideas, Science Classroom Decorations, Decorating High School Classroom, Funny Classroom Posters

The Pencil Debate: Solutions For Students Not Having a Pencil - 2 Peas and a Dog

This is definitely a heated debate among educators to give or not give students a pencil when they arrive to your class without one. Read 10 different possible solutions to the classroom pencil problem.

Teaching Five Paragraph Writing For several years now, grade teacher Jenifer Bazzit has been teaching five paragraph essay structure and everything that goes with it. See her tips. writing Tips for Teaching & Grading Five Paragraph Essays Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Activities, Math Lessons, Teaching Tips, How To Teach Writing, Teaching Paragraphs, 4th Grade Activities

Five Paragraph Essays – Tips for Teaching and Grading

When I look back to my first experience teaching five paragraph essays to fifth graders, I can remember how terribly unprepared I felt. I knew that the five paragraph essay format was what my students needed

Literary response task cards for ANY fiction text ready to help students pinpoint story elements and critically analyze the story or novel Middle or high school English c. 7th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Third Grade, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Middle School Literacy, Teaching Literature, Teaching Reading, Reading Activities

Task Card Activity for Literature: Apply to ANY Novel or Short Story!

Literary response task cards for ANY fiction text, ready to help students pinpoint story elements and critically analyze the story or novel! Middle or high school English classes

This article shares a collection of videos to revise or teach figurative language, including metaphors, comparisons, hyperbola and personification. Teaching Language Arts, Language Lessons, Language Activities, Teaching English, Teaching Spanish, Spanish Language, Idioms Activities, Language Arts Games, Poetry Activities

Videos for Teaching and Reviewing Figurative Language

This post shares a collection of videos for reviewing or teaching figurative language, including metaphors, similes, hyperbole, and personification.

Looking for ways to engage your middle school students during the first week of school. Middle School Music, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Middle School Classroom, Middle School Science, Math Classroom, Middle School Advisory, Classroom Ideas, Middle School Procedures

A Middle School Teacher's Guide to the First Week of School

The pencils are sharpened, your classroom is clean and the bell rings…gulp…here they come! My feelings on the first week of school are conflicted. On one hand, it’s one of the most important weeks. Explaining and practicing the class procedures and expectations sets the tone for the rest of the school year. Success is vital. On the other hand, I’m so excited to start teaching my historical content that waiting until all the expectations are explained requires a lot of patience! Every teacher…

Teaching Fourth: Ten Websites with Free Articles and Passages literacy resources 6th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, 4th Grade Science, Middle School Reading, Middle School Science, Teaching 6th Grade, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade, Teaching High Schools

Ten Websites with Free Articles and Passages

This summer, after attending a reading workshop, I've made it my goal to amp up and improve my guided reading and shared reading instruction. With this in mind, I've been rounding up my favorite go-to websites for free articles and passages for upper elementary, and I thought I would share those with you. Science News for Kids is a fabulous website that contains interesting and informative stories about research and current events that are all STEM related. Two things that I really love…

Differentiated ELA Activities: Color by Number by Read Relevant – Read Relevant – art therapy activities 7th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Sixth Grade, Sentence Types, Types Of Sentences, Literary Terms, Writing

Differentiated ELA Activity: Color by Number Distance Learning Independent Work

These fun color by number puzzles are great for reinforcing and reviewing the ELA skills of parts of speech, figurative language, point of view, literary terms, and sentence types. Great activities for ELA grades 6-8.

Two daily opportunities for context clues practice plus another reading comprehension question for each passage. 40 passages in all! Context clues, central idea and inferencing practice. Great for warmups or bellringers! 7th Grade Reading, 8th Grade Ela, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Student Reading, Grade 3, Third Grade, Reading Comprehension Passages, Reading Strategies

Daily Reading Context Clues Reading Comprehension Passages

Two daily opportunities for context clues practice plus another reading comprehension question for each passage. 40 passages in all! Great test prep! Context clues, central idea and inferencing practice. Great for warmups or bellringers!

Teachers, check out this linked guide to free English Language Arts web resources for middle and high school students. In it I& share the very best websites I& found for creative free lesson plans and classroom strategies. Middle School Ela, Middle School English, 6th Grade English, Middle School Technology, High School Reading, Middle School Activities, Education Middle School, Middle School Classroom, Ela Classroom

Website GOLD for ELA Teachers

Teachers, check out this guide to free English Language Arts web resources for middle and high school students. In it I’ll share the very best websites I’ve found for creative free lesson plans and classroom strategies.