Laura Hicks

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This Sentence Has Five Words: A Lesson from Gary Provost on Varying Sentence Length

One of my favorite writing examples. Every writer has their own tone. Read aloud to hear your rhythm. //This Sentence Has Five Words: A Lesson from Gary Provost on Varying Sentence Length//Writing tips//Advice//Editing//Style//

Teaching language arts has never been easier! Use these "mini anchor charts" to successfully teach middle school English Language Arts.

Isee essay tips for ISEE Practice Essay Topics *ISEE is a, but a copy of the writing sample is sent to the admissions officers of the schools to which the ISEE score report is sent. Tips.

Brighten up your classroom and inspire your students with these 20 growth mindset posters that feature quotes from famous and influential people in history. Change the poster up once a week for a "Growth Mindset Quote Of The Week" (poster for weekly display included!) or use the posters to create a large bulletin display! Bell ringer slide format and student activities are also included!

Brighten up your classroom and inspire your students with these 20 growth mindset posters that feature quotes from famous and influential people in history. Change the poster up once a week for a "Growth Mindset Quote Of The Week" (poster for weekly displ

Fostering a classroom reading community with a student driven Reading Graffiti Wall

A Reading Graffiti Wall is a great way to build your classroom reading community. Students find inspirational quotes from books they are reading to share.

Teach rhetorical analysis, rhetorical appeals, and rhetorical devices using the Gettysburg Address. American Literature. High school ELA.

Teach rhetorical analysis, rhetorical appeals, and rhetorical devices using the Gettysburg Address. This can be used in both social studies and English classes.

I gave students sticky notes.  They were required to find textual support for each of Twain's major points in his satirical piece "The Lowest Animal".  I did this with my English 3 honors class.  This would also be a good assignment for AP Language and Composition.

I gave students sticky notes. They were required to find textual support for each of Twain's major points in his satirical piece "The Lowest Animal". I did this with my English 3 honors class.

AP English Rhetorical Devices Flashcards | Quizlet

This is the set of AP English Language & Composition terms that I had to know for the semester and final exams. It was comprehensive when I took t…