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Teaching writing to high school students can be both rigorous and rewarding. Using station activities to follow up your direct instruction provides students the repetition they need minus the boredom they dread. These MLA station activities for embedding quotations are sure to engage your students through a variety of learning styles and critical thinking avenues.

Teaching writing to high school students can be both rigorous and rewarding. Using station activities to follow up your direct instruction provides students the repetition they need minus the boredom they dread. These MLA station activities for embedding quotations are sure to engage your students through a variety of learning styles and critical thinking avenues.

Are you looking for a whole-class novel study project for your upper elementary, middle school, or high school students? Then you're going to love this idea! Choose ANY novel you're using in the classroom and have your students create a comic book-like outline, so that anyone gains understanding. It'll be a hit in your 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade classroom! Click through to see how easy this is to complete in the classroom. {Great technology integration!}

Are you looking for a whole-class novel study project for your high school students? Choose ANY novel you're using in the classroom and have your students create a comic book-like outline, so that anyone gains understanding.

I love decorating my home with handmade accents. It makes my house feel more cozy and adds pops of color in unexpected places. Today, I’ll show you how to make this simple hanging wall organizer using 4 coordinating fabrics. The pockets are designed to hold standard size file folders. You can use it in the kitchen to organize mail, the craft room to organize supplies, or the kids’ room to organize toys. It’s versatile enough to work anywhere in the house!

Today, we'll see you how to make this simple hanging wall organizer using 4 coordinating fabrics. You can use scrap fabrics since you only need a little for each pocket. The pockets are designed to hold standard size file folders.

I love this pin because I am not too familiar with Google Drive and I LOVE ORGANIZATION! I did not know you were able to color code folders in Google Docs and I think that will make it easier to navigate, especially with it being in a time line order!

I would love to take a day and really help my kids organize their drives. Maybe next year, I'll have a couple of folders for my class, and we will color code them.

Digital Stickers in the Google Classroom Digital stickers can be a powerful motivator. Check out these tips and tricks for grading digital assignments.

Digital stickers can be a powerful motivator. Check out these tips and tricks for grading digital assignments.

Love using film to engage your students? Here are my top 5 films to use in high school ELA classes - for teaching critical theory, concepts in literature, writing, and debate!

5 super cool films your ELA students will love. Introduce critical theory, develop understanding, inspire creative writing, and invite a wide-ranging debate: these films are just what you need!

The Great Gatsby Lesson Plans, The Great Gatsby Unit Plan, The Great Gatsby Color Analysis, The Great Gatsby Activities

The Great Gatsby Lesson Plans, The Great Gatsby Unit Plan, The Great Gatsby Color Analysis, The Great Gatsby Activities