Also on these boards
What theater arts brings to the table is a way to help teach students subjects they may struggle understanding and to become more proficient. This is the value for the use of our techniques and tools in a 21st century classroom. #edchat #literacy #theater
Shakespearean Insults and Flattery Contests, Creative Fun with Shakespeare
In one version, students use Shakespeare’s language to hurl insults, poetry-slam style. In the other version, students try to flatter and impress using unique combinations of Shakespeare’s honeyed words. Two separate engaging and creative lessons.
Ready to take the first step in better preparing your students in writing? Now is your chance! We are offering educators who purchase Weekly Writer before Feb. 28 a special subscriber bundle. Here's to a step in the right direction. #edchat #writing
This four-part module teaches students to identify first-, second-, and third-person pronouns; discriminate between literature written in first person and third person; and write paragraphs to explain point of view. $5 on Teachers pay Teachers
Full Semester of Grammar, Proofreading Lessons to Quickly Improve Teen Writers
Help students master Mechanics, Usage, and Grammar by working together to proofread real-world writing examples. These 19 weekly grammar editing sessions address the most common errors made in middle-school and high-school writing. Get ready to enjoy these easy and helpful "shots" that quickly improve teen writing.