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Incorporating technology and classic literature for middle school and high school students. This allows students to be creative and prove that they understand a character/text!

Incorporating technology and classic literature for middle school and high school students. This allows students to be creative and prove that they understand a character/text!

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7 bell ringer ideas to start your middle and high school English class.

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Sixth grade SWAG! Ms. T has it. Do you? Oh Lord they're going to hate me for this.

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20 Hands-On Projects for ANY Novel: 20 Rubrics Included

Interactive projects for ANY novel | middle and high school | 7-12 | rubric included

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Giving Text Evidence

Giving Text Evidence for your essay. Great ways to start a sentence when referencing the materials. Chesapeake College Adult Education Program offers free and nearly free classes on the Eastern Shore of Maryland to help you earn your GED and your Maryland H.S. Diploma. We provide free advising, college and career transition services. Let us help you turn a dream into your reality. Classes start monthly. Contact Danielle Thomas 410-829-6043.

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English lesson plans that leverage pop culture to teach complex ELA skills in engaging ways. Incredibly effective, whether you're teaching 8th grade or AP Language and Composition.

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Essay Writing: Mastering the Essay Outline with Guided Instructions

Guide students step-by-step through the essay writing process with this guided essay outline. This outline is ideal for high school English and middle school English students.

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24 Short Stories for Middle School (My Top Three Picks: 1st = #23, 2nd = #17, and 3rd = #2 (excerpt from novel)

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Digital Research Paper Writing Unit. High School English. Middle School English. Google Classroom.

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Middle school students are straddling the world between childhood excitement during the Christmas season and adult disinterest. Regardless of the mood they're in, students should love the following...

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