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These 8 Figurative Language Posters are a great way for you to introduce different types of figurative language and can also be displayed in the classroom and used as a reference for your students. There is a poster for each type of figurative language including similes, idioms, metaphors, hyperbole, alliterations, personifications, and onomatopoeia, as well as a title poster that says Figurative Language. Also included in my Figurative Language Unit for 4th/5th grades! (TpT Resource)

from Language Arts Classroom

10 Alternatives to the Grammar Worksheet

TEN alternatives to the grammar worksheet. Implement some of these tomorrow!

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Hundreds of FREE short passages for students in grades 5-12, organized by theme. Each comes with questions for students and a guide for teachers.

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High School Resources: Grammar

Create grammar lesson plans that have meaning with these three ideas.

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A Resource at Your Fingertips!

LESS writing MORE skill practice! See how my students mastered locating evidence from within a text in my blogpost here!

FREE materials from Stanford Univ. to teach media literacy to teens. #free #highschool #middleschool


Engage students in literature with a Socratic Seminar. This resource is great because it can easily be adapted for any fictional text and it includes everything that you will need to do to run a Socratic Seminar in your classroom. A Socratic Seminar is an organized, formal discussion in class. Students prepare for the discussion by preparing questions about the text for other students to answer. The Socratic Seminar values inquiry and discussion.

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English classroom decor young adult literature: make your own pennant banner

Hang your favorite titles all year long! ★ELA Classroom Decor {Young Adult Literature}: Make Your Own Pennant Banner ★60 titles! – each flag is a different novel / unit of study ($)