High School Writing
Ideas, resources, and lesson plans for teaching writing in the English classroom or just writing in general.
Do your kids feel overwhelmed as they take grammar or revising editing tests? Don't give students any more WORKSHEETS! Give them SHEETS THAT WORK! Expose them daily to the key words in the revising editing poster using their actual essays. The more they get accustomed to HEARING and SEEING the words on this list as you
Use this 6 day unit to teach your students how to embed and cite quotes in their writing according to MLA Format - 8th Edition. My students showed a lot of improvement after a week. Students are given many opportunities to practice the skills and the quizzes and test give you a perfect idea of where your students are in terms of knowing the basics of MLA citation.
Works Cited pages are important Our students live in a sharing culture where it is difficult to know where ideas originated from, and who says it best is valued more than who says it first. Tips for teaching the Works Cited page. #TeachingTips #TeachingResources #ELATeacher #EnglishTeacher
When it comes to scaffolding writing, using sentence frames helps all students. Ideal for the middle school and high school English classroom, using sentence frames helps build student confidence. #teachingwriting #highschoolwritinglesson #highschoolwritinginstruction #teachingmiddleschoolwriting #writinglessonideas
The Best Anchor Charts for your ELA classroom all together in one place! You will find outlines to utilize in Reading Literature, Reading Informational, Writing and Language. Explained in this blog post is about the purpose of utilizing anchor charts in your daily instruction. Along with tips to organize your charts. B
If your students love Serial, wait until they hear In the Dark! Season two explores how Curtis Flowers has been tried for the same murder case six different times over a 21 year period. They'll really be shocked when they hear he was behind bars up until December 2019 even though each of his trials has resulted in a hung jury or an overturned conviction from the Supreme Court.