Teach EVERY reading literature and reading informational text common core with film clips! Use videos to teach inferencing! Use pixar shorts to teach main idea, plot characterization! Use spoken word and speeches to teach theme.
Having a strong vocabulary and a solid understanding of grammar will make students better readers and writers. This #2ndaryELA Twitter chat was all about vocabulary and grammar instruction. Middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed how to integrate grammar into the rest of your curriculum and make lessons less boring. Teachers also shared .their approach to teach vocabulary and fun practice activities. Read through the chat for ideas to implement in your…
Blog Post - Thinking about going paperless (or just using LESS paper) in an English class? Get tips from Secondary Sara & The Daring English Teacher to get started.
EdTech Toolbox: 40 Interesting Ways to use QR Codes in the Classroom -- Up to 52 Ideas Now!
Learning game hangman in Google Classroom
10 Learning games in Google Classroom with BookWidgets. #bingo #hangman #crossword #jigsaw #pairMatching #memory #MindMap #SpotTheDifference #Randomness #wordsearch
Standing desks are all the rage lately, but what about a standing teacher desk? Teachers already stand a lot during the day, so how useful can this really be? I'm sharing all of the positives and negatives I experienced from using a standing teacher desk, so click through to read my review!