Teaching? I'm on the phone! - Be your best teacher!
Seven ways a smart phone can make a teacher’s life easier! Use your phone to record who did the homework. Don’t collect all that paper if you only have time to verify who completed the assignment. You can easily use the scan to spreadsheet solution- Got the Homework Blues? Randomly call on students or choose… Continue reading →
Escape Room - Reading Test Prep - Middle School
Escape room style reading test prep. Includes context clues station, non-fiction text structure, plot diagram practice, and practice with common reading vocabulary terms. This interactive escape room requires technology. This is a great form of test prep for any middle school ELA state test.
Figurative Language Posters
These colorful posters will brighten up your classroom and help remind your students of these different techniques. These posters were designed with the Middle / High School classroom in mind.
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Would You Rather Questions
Would you rather questions you are going to love! Have you ever played Would You Rather? It is that fun questions game that poses a dilemma with two equally good, bad or funny options.
5 Pixar Short Films to Use in Secondary ELA — Bespoke ELA: Essay Writing Tips + Lesson Plans
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. Great for middle school and high school English Language Arts. By Bespoke ELA
Current events in the classroom - Southern Fried Teachin'
Hear ye! Hear ye! Teaching current events doesn’t have to be boring. Engage and challenge your students in local and world events by using choice boards, which are perfect for the classroom because they allow for creativity and differentiation.
"What are Human Rights?" Lessons, Books, Videos for Kids
Fabulous lessons for kids to learn about human rights: books, free lesson plans, videos, and more. Great resources for teachers and parents.