Public Speaking Tips
Teach speaking skills and communication skills in middle school and high school English class. Topics for public speaking | Giving a speech | Public speaking…
Increase student voice & student choice in your English language arts classroom through use of differentiated learning strategies! If your goal as an English teacher is a student-led classroom that emphasizes 21st-century skills, this guide will help you to use differentiated learning as a part of your regular instruction! Student-led learning doesn't have to be a TON of work and can help you save time! #secondaryela #reading #englishteacher #teachertips #elacurriculum #differentiatedlearning
Leading whole class discussion can be effective...but teachers can overuse this discussion strategy. This English teacher blog post is food for thought for any English language arts or social studies teacher looking to increase classroom participation and find new class discussion strategies. #secondaryela #classdiscussion #englishteacher #teachertips #elacurriculum #discussion
English teachers, the strategies in this free guide will build student excitement for slam poetry writing and performance. Most importantly, they will help you to teach spoken word poetry with ease and confidence while helping students to find their voice and speak with confidence. These teaching strategies for slam poetry come directly from years of experience and will start you on your slam poetry journey! #secondaryela #englishteacher #teachertips #elacurriculum #instructionalstrategies
Teaching podcasting to middle school and high school students is a fun and engaging way to practice ALL English language arts skills: speaking and listening, writing, reading, and language. Whether you use podcasting in the classroom as a project-based learning opportunity or as a listening activity, there's something here for you! In this ultimate guide to teaching podcasting, teachers will learn about best practice strategies for creating and recording podcast episodes in their classrooms.
Avoid failure in Socratic seminar with these seven teaching tips from my English classroom to yours! Middle school and high school English language arts class is a great place to implement student led discussion! | Lindsay Ann Learning
Practice persuasive writing and speaking techniques with fun and engaging rhetoric activities for middle school and high school English language arts. Students use rhetorical devices and rhetorical appeals as they practice writing and speaking skills! Click on the image to learn more!
Middle school and high school English language arts students love this fun persuasion activity! It works well after teaching ethos, pathos, logos, rhetorical devices, and/or counterclaim. Students will sell a random object to a funny fictional group. A great way to practice writing, speaking and listening, and argumentation skills!
As English teachers, we regularly provide opportunities for students to engage in discussion about a specific topic, to share insight with each other, to answer a question, to debrief or brainstorm, etc. The truth, though, is that not all classroom conversation is created equal. Talk does not equal learning.
These helpful discussion stems for academic conversation will add depth and rigor to your next discussion activity. This discussion strategy provides middle school and high school English language arts students with a menu of discussion sentence starters to use as they engage in small group or whole class discussions of any fiction or nonfiction text(s).