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Weaving Art into the Secondary ELA Classroom
Authentic Learning: Weaving Art into the ELA Classroom - Engage your students by incorporating art into the secondary ELA classroom to create an authentic learning experience. Secondary ELA | Middle School ELA | High School English | Teaching the OPTIC strategy | Art in ELA
"What There are Seasons" Informational Text & ELA Tasks (FREE)
HIGH-INTEREST informational text passage NO PREP PRINTABLES OR INTERACTIVE GOOGLE SLIDES FOR DISTANCE LEARNING! Your students are wondering why there are seasons, so they will want to read this informative text that incorporates visual diagrams, an interactive hand demonstration, & multiple ELA tasks for practicing important Literacy in Science skills (reading, writing, language). Text passage explains scientifically why there are seasons. This is a topic ELA kids of all ages are curious about.
Pre-Reading Strategies for ANY content area, novel, or textbook
This packet contains activities that will set students up for success before reading in any content area. Designed to scaffold reading comprehension of higher-level texts for all students, this packet contains multiple strategies and graphic organizers.
Making Essential Questions ESSENTIAL — Mud and Ink Teaching
Many teachers and districts have hopped on the essential questions trend, but time and time again in my conversations with teachers and administrators across the country, many are missing the point. Writing an essential question is more than just filling
Book 8 Lesson 3 Bundle - 8th Grade Wordly Wise 3000 Game and Test - Google Ready
Printable Copies AND Self-Grading Google Forms - This is a BUNDLE for 8th grade (Book 8) Wordly Wise 3000 Lesson 3. Game and test questions using synonyms, antonyms, and vocabulary in context.Includes:--Jeopardy Style Review Game - which can be played in PowerPoint, or uploaded to Google Classroom ...
The History of Schools WebTest - Distance Learning Reading
Students read about the fascinating history of schools in the United States from colonial times through the present. They also learn a little bit about what schools are like in other countries. They practice their literacy and critical thinking skills to answer some SBAC/PARCC/STAAR-Style questions (multiple choice, multiple select, short answer, longer written response, etc.) SELF-GRADING SAVES YOU TIME!
Are you struggling to get your students to master the summary? Read this blog post with FREE resources and ideas for helping them summarize once and for all! Digital and paper versions are included. #writingLessons #Summarizing #SummarizingLessons #ELALessons #ELATeachers #ELAactivities #BackToSchoolELA #WritingStrategies #ELABlogs #GoogleClassroom #DistanceLearning #DigitalHybrid #HybridLearning #DistanceLearningELA #DigitalLessonPlans #MiddleSchoolELA
The Literary Maven: Healthy Eating Tips for Busy Teachers
Teachers' lives are busy. It is hard to maintain a healthy diet between getting up early and working on school work late at night. Lunch time is short and often interrupted. Here's a few manageable things that I do to make sure that I'm still eating, and