Bright Places from the students at Clarke Central High
13 Ways Pictures Can Inspire Students to Write Poetry
13 engaging tips for teaching students to write poetry using picture-based prompts. Pictures or images in general can inspire and motivate reluctant writers in middle school and high school.
Encourage the Inner Writer in Your Students with National Novel Writing Month's Young Writer's Program
The Literary Maven: Encourage the Inner Writer in Your Students with National Novel Writing Month's Young Writer's Program
BC Language Arts Blackout Poetry - great FREE activity to introduce poetry!
Ultimate reading list classroom library decoration: pictures of great books to read! Could change the pictures based on student grade level.
These writing activities are sure to inspire even your most reluctant writers. Check out our post to find writing prompts, collaborative writing and other fun activities that you can use in your class tomorrow.
7 Ways to use sticky notes in the secondary ELA classroom that will help boost engagement and instruction.
Our own Bright Place is sharing with all of you!
Top 5 Classroom Strategies to Improve Vocabulary
Word wall in the school hallway to promote student awareness of the importance of vocabulary.
Looking for ways to get your students to dig deeper into fiction and non-fiction? Try Found Poetry and get them to examine texts with a new lens.
The Near-Sighted Monkey Lots of inspiration!
MoonYoungAdult on Instagram shares some bright places #AlltheBrightPlaces
Carolyn McGlone on
Brooke Weston School made a wall of
Notice and Note Signpost Chart. The clear plastic cover is very smart. Makes the board reusable!