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How to Blow Your Students' Minds While Teaching Tone in Poetry

  • Missy Martinez
    Missy Martinez

    Wow! Love it!

  • Jenna Harland
    Jenna Harland

    Right! I would love to do this!

Change the way you read novels in class -- and 500 other awesome ideas for ELA HS teachers

Teaching Teens in the 21st: Before the School Year Begins...

This article provides a framework for how to write essay conclusions that are clear, strong and powerful. The concepts are applicable to the essays of middle school and high school writing all the way up through writing in college and graduate school.

How to Write the Conclusion of an Essay

READ Educational Pop Art Poster for the home by JazzberryBlue

Free Vintage Map Printables

Young Beowulf kenning activity

BEOWULF: Still a Hero

Get thee to a library Shakespeare Sign 18.5 X 7.25 by SweetSmidge, $20.00

The CreativityCore - The Creativity Core - potentially an interesting take on English education.

The Creativity Core

This is from a college professor who is combating punctuation "myths" kids pick up in school.

Create fake text to display your morning message to your class each day

FACS Classroom Ideas: ifaketext

Argument: Counterclaim sentence frames

Start the year strong! EVERYTHING you need to keep your high school English students working hard. #HighSchoolEnglish

Get thee to a library Shakespeare Sign 16X20

The Socratic questioning process

Twitter / TeachingTricks: The socratic questioning process ...

fear not! go get it!

TS Eliot Six Canvas Quote by LitLovingNerds on Etsy, $160.00

Classroom Library Read Sign Wood and Acrylic 24 by LitLovingNerds, $25.00

Shakespeare in Numbers. This could be a cool model for any author study type of infographic.

Great comprehension strategies for students who read fluently but don't have good comprehension

I love this activity! My former students have created some beautiful poetry with this style.

3 Strategies for Teaching Grammar in ESL using


HS English Class-- the "MOLA" Museum of Language Arts. Love this!

Will be doing this for my students when they can't leave their phone/ipods alone!