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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

50 greatest love stories ever told in a book (infographic)

50 greatest love stories ever told in a book (infographic)

25 all new scifi and fantasy writing prompts — perfect for short stories, short films, full blown novels and screenplays or even just some quick flash fiction. It's all up to you, and as always, they're licensed under a Creative Commons license. Have fun and please share!

25 New Scifi and Fantasy Writing Prompts

25 all new scifi and fantasy writing prompts — perfect for short stories, short films, full blown novels and screenplays or even just some quick flash fiction. It's all up to you, and as always, they're licensed under a Creative Commons license. Have fun

Are you a big fan of wordless picture books?  What about upping the ante to wordless animated shorts?!  I was inspired by the adorable “Hola Llamigo” video that Sarah at Speech is Beautiful shared a link to a few weeks ago and used it with several students.  It was a novel, fun way to work on story re-telling, sequencing, vocabulary and inferencing so I started looking for more.  Here’s a list of a few along with a quick description (for [Continue Reading]

Are you a big fan of wordless picture books? What about upping the ante to wordless animated shorts? I was inspired by the adorable “Hola Llamigo” video that Sarah at Speech is Beautiful shared a link to a few weeks ago and used it with several student

“What can be the meaning of this?” said Charlotte, as soon as he was gone. “My dear, Eliza, he must be in love with you, or he would never have called us in this familiar way.” (“Pride and prejudice”, Chapter 32)

“What can be the meaning of this?” said Charlotte, as soon as he was gone. “My dear, Eliza, he must be in love with you, or he would never have called us in this familiar way.” (“Pride and prejudice”, Chapter 32)

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