Handling upset parents as a teacher – because this will happen.
Welcome to “This or That,” a monthly chat where the authors of Reading ..
Scaffold grammar lessons and provide students with meaningful instruction.
Jumping into a grammar lesson with little framework for stud..
I’m an English teacher, and I still teach Shakespeare. I always will.
Since I enjoy teaching Julius Caesar, I research new ideas each ..
I add to my Julius Caesar lesson plans every semester! Why? I love it!
Of all literature, Julius Caesar may be my favorite to teach. Th..
Parts of a sentence: a grammar lesson plan.
Everyone labels “parts of a sentence” differently. My older students recognize subject and..
Let’s tackle student editing!
Edit: to revise or correct, as a manuscript.
Too often, students click “spell check” and tell you tha..
Verbals: a grammar lesson plan.
Verbals, those tricky little words that look like verbs but aren’t verbs. Yes, the participle, gerund, ..
March is National Reading Month!
I’ve teamed up with Melissa from The Reading and Writing Haven to bring you 6 Must-Teach Novels for Se..
Types of sentences: a grammar lesson plan.
In a perfect ELA world, students arrive remembering all previous grammatical elements. (I kn..
Differentiation in the secondary classroom? It is expected, required. Students benefit from it. It improves classroom management.