25 Inspiring Backyard Ideas and Fabulous Landscaping Designs
Love this path from patio through trees. Could make this work in my backyard.
Elements of Literature Vocabulary, Literary Terms "I Have/Who Has" -Brain Break
Elements of Literature Terms "I Have...Who Has" Test Prep Middle to High
A YEAR OF ENGLISH CLASS STARTERS: Prompts, Literary Terms, Quotes & Discussion
Begin each of your middle or high school English classes with these daily bell-ringer routines! This comprehensive FULL YEAR resource includes everything you need to start each class off with an engaging activity! All you have to do is choose the day of the week for each, and your planning is complete.
FULL SEMESTER H.S. English – Vocabulary, Grammar and Literary Terms/Devices
Launch your English class the right way each day with this MASSIVE bundle of my popular bell-ringer mini-lessons to teach the Common Core-aligned skills your students need. TONS of helpful, visually dynamic materials.
Make classic literary devices/techniques relevant to your teen audience. These 19 high-interest short lectures feature 45 different literary devices paired with modern, pop-culture examples. A fun and easy way to launch your English class.
literacy anchor charts | Reading Anchor Charts / anchor chart-evidence based terms and examples
Word Walls for middle and high school? You bet!Teach students to analyze the tone of a text and to describe the tone with precise adjectives in class discussions or in their writing with this colorful and informative display.After you introduce a term in class, your students will refer to the word wall as a visual cue when using the words in class discussion or in written analysis.
FREE! English Language Arts Word Wall for Grades 7-12. 60 words.*The CCSS requires your instruction to incorporate academic and content vocabulary. As you teach your units of study, just add the words you will cover in your lessons. Your classroom environment should include a word wall. During your observations it will be noted that you have your content vocabulary displayed.*
Be still my heart! I love using a variety of descriptive words. This list, in the words of Mrs.Riley -my high school English teacher, is a plethora of words :-)
Here are 24 cards to help your students practice determining the author's purpose. This activity is meant to be supplemental and should be used after your students have been introduced to author's purpose and are familiar with the PIE acronym. A PIE poster is included for students to use as a reference. $
$- A full year of routine, student-driven vocab! Track CCSS L.6 with online flashcards, student-made posters, a practice data chart, and pre/post tests! Two sets of 50 words for middle and high school English class included.