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Enhance your high school ELA classroom with these engaging and effective teaching strategies. Discover innovative approaches to help your students excel in English Language Arts.
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Now that the 2017-2018 school year has come to a close, I am spending some time reflecting on my practice as an educator. While there were some lows of the

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Chesney Barker
The perfect place for students to learn how and to practice critical reading, writing, arguing, and even listening is the high school English classroom. Here are 10 different high school English lessons and skills that teachers should teach in 2023!
Includes: rhetorical appeals, logical fallacies, systhesis writing, email etiquette, paraphrasing, quoting, summarizing, text annotation. peer editing & more!

See www.thedaringenglishteacher.com for more engaging Secondary ELA resources and tips! High School English Lesson Plans, High School English Lessons, High School English Classroom, High School Literature, High School Books, Literature Lessons, High School Lesson Plans, English Lesson Plans, High School Writing

In today’s society, it is important that students can use their critical thinking skills in their everyday lives. The perfect place for students to learn how and to practice critical reading, writing, arguing, and even listening is the high school English classroom. Here are 10 critical high school English lessons and skills that teachers should be teaching their students!

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Julia Purrington
High School, 7th Grade Ela, Middle School Ela, Middle School Reading, Middle School English Lessons, High School Writing Activities, Middle School English Classroom, Middle School English Activities, High School Writing Center

Much like students who spend more hours on the hook of an essay than they do the bulk of an essay, I often found myself with a case of English teacher writing block when it came to planning my first day of school activities. Though I have ten years (x two semesters each) of ... Read More about First Day of School Activities for High School and Middle School English

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Nicole Smith
Simplify writing instruction! Writing Tip for the Secondary ELA Teacher: When teaching writing in middle school and high school, break it down and simplify it. This writing strategy will help students become stronger writers by focusing on essential skills one at a time. Teaching Writing | Teaching Tip | Teaching Writing Tip | Middle School Writing | High School Writing | Writing Activities for Secondary ELA | Writing Instruction

Simplify writing instruction! Writing Tip for the Secondary ELA Teacher: When teaching writing in middle school and high school, break it down and simplify it. This writing strategy will help students become stronger writers by focusing on essential skills one at a time. Teaching Writing | Teaching Tip | Teaching Writing Tip | Middle School Writing | High School Writing | Writing Activities for Secondary ELA | Writing Instruction

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The Daring English Teacher
High School, Reading, High School Reading, English Teacher Classroom, English Lesson Plans, School Reading, High School Books, High School Literature, High School Language Arts

Are you looking for books to use in your high school classroom that will actually engage your students? High school novels aren’t always the easiest to choose, especially when you have a group of students who are reluctant readers. Try a few of these suggestions for novels to teach in high school English that will keep your students excited about reading.

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Krista Diraffaele-Ayers
English, Horror, High School, Teacher Appreciation, High School Reading, High School Classroom, School Reading, High School Students, Effective Teaching

For real. No cheesy music, no bad acting, and no trick endings where everyone is okay and it was all just a big misunderstanding. Seriously, your students are going to love these and they have just the right amount of horror while still being appropriate for school. Myths and Legends I can't say enough about ...

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Elizabeth Henderson