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Assigning a one-pager as a culminating novel study is a great way to engage students while also requiring them to show their understanding of the novel. I assigned this one-pager to my high school English students as a final project for Night. #languagearts #novelstudy #onepager #teacherspayteachers #middleschoolEnglish #highschoolEnglish

Assigning a One-Pager as a Culminating Project

Assigning a one-pager as a culminating novel study is a great way to engage students while also requiring them to show their understanding of the novel. I assigned this one-pager to my high school English students as a final project for Night. #languagearts #novelstudy #onepager #teacherspayteachers #middleschoolEnglish #highschoolEnglish

Looking for fun activities to explore the art of poetry and use it to support language learning? Try these simple and fun activities. See more in my previous posts on poetry: ICE ICE, BABY: WRITING...

POETRY IN THE CLASSROOM: 10 FUN ACTIVITIES

Looking for fun activities to explore the art of poetry and use it to support language learning? Try these simple and fun activities. See more in my previous posts on poetry: ICE ICE, BABY: WRITING...

This resource allows students to edit grammar, spelling, and punctuation in a fun and modern way! Students will have the chance to read some of their favorite celebrities' tweets to find errors, correct them, and give reasons for their corrections!

GRAMMAR ACTIVITY EDITING CELEBRITY SOCIAL MEDIA

This resource allows students to edit grammar, spelling, and punctuation in a fun and modern way! Students will have the chance to read some of their favorite celebrities' tweets to find errors, correct them, and give reasons for their corrections!

20 Inspirational Quotes for Educators #quotes #teachers

Signature School Products Blog - 20 Inspirational Quotes for Educators

20 Inspirational Quotes for Educators #quotes #teachers

5 argument games for creating arguments, counter-arguments, evaluating evidence and reasoning. #teachingargument #argument #teachingdebate #debate skills #secondaryargument #argumentlessons #argumentgames

Argument Games - A Fun Way to Get Students Practicing Their Argument Skills!

5 argument games for creating arguments, counter-arguments, evaluating evidence and reasoning. #teachingargument #argument #teachingdebate #debate skills #secondaryargument #argumentlessons #argumentgames

Connotations and Denotations

Connotations and Denotations

15 pairs of words - students practice choosing the words with positive connotations.

Nice set of higher order thinking starts of questions.  Great for any subject area.

Higher Order Questioning using THICK Questions

Nice set of higher order thinking starts of questions. Great for any subject area.

You know that collective sigh, the one that choruses around the room when you enthusiastically announce, "Class, the next unit we'll be entering into is poetry!"  If poetry is taught the right way, st

The Literacy Effect | Bloglovin’

You know that collective sigh, the one that choruses around the room when you enthusiastically announce, "Class, the next unit we'll be entering into is poetry!" If poetry is taught the right way, st

Fun and free poetry lesson for even the most-reluctant writer.

Black Out Poetry, Fun Poetry Activity, Blackout Poem Lecture Slides, FREE

Fun and free poetry lesson for even the most-reluctant writer.

Teaching young people about Holocaust history can be a complex and highly sensitive task, one that requires a well-planned and well-executed approach. These 7 ideas will help.

7 Ideas for Teaching Teens About the Holocaust Using Film and Books

Teaching young people about Holocaust history can be a complex and highly sensitive task, one that requires a well-planned and well-executed approach. These 7 ideas will help.

In this blog post by Bespoke ELA, you will find 5 Pixar short films to use for teaching skills in secondary English Language Arts in grades 6-12. Students will use the short films as a means of discussing theme, irony, suspense, subtext, point of view, and more!

5 Pixar Short Films to Use in Secondary ELA — Bespoke ELA: Essay Writing Tips + Lesson Plans

Pixar short films are a great way to target essential literary elements and techniques from characterization to theme to conflict to symbolism. These Pixar short films inspire class discussion and analysis, and students can then in turn write essays based upon these films. They are an excellent to

Lessons from Auschwitz: The power of our words - Benjamin Zander. Use with The Book Thief

Lessons from Auschwitz: The power of our words - Benjamin Zander

Classical music mastermind Benjamin Zander concluded his 2008 TED Talk by recounting the heartrending story of an Auschwitz survivor and her brother. This short animated piece highlights that story, reminding us that the words we speak to one another are incredibly powerful tools that we shouldn't

Have students take a selfie that fits a given theme and then write about it. . . or have students create a "selfie" for a character and write about it.

SchoolArts Magazine - APR 2014

Have students take a selfie that fits a given theme and then write about it. . . or have students create a "selfie" for a character and write about it.

Taylor Swift or William Shakespeare? Click here to find out! #TaylorSwift…

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These identity cards are designed to help students make personal connections with the victims of the Holocaust, and could be used before a novel study or a history lesson. Included: *37 ID cards (Jewish, Roma, Jehovah’s Witnesses, accused homosexuals, mentally ill, and the “righteous”) with a photo of the victim, his/her name, date of birth, place of birth, and a description of their life before Hitler came to power, before World War II, and after WWII began. *"newspaper" revealing fates

Holocaust Victims' Identity Cards for ELA, History - Print & Digital

These identity cards are designed to help students make personal connections with the victims of the Holocaust, and could be used before a novel study or a history lesson. Included: *37 ID cards (Jewish, Roma, Jehovah’s Witnesses, accused homosexuals, mentally ill, and the “righteous”) with a photo of the victim, his/her name, date of birth, place of birth, and a description of their life before Hitler came to power, before World War II, and after WWII began. *"newspaper" revealing fates