Supplement your lessons with engaging tools from Shmoop
I posted a few links to look at below:
Grade 9 and 10 ELA Teachers please look at the Pearson Resource- Live Ink Online. Please give me your feedback on the resource.
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Where do you come from? Tell us about your hometown, your parents, your family history, or anything, without which, you wouldn’t be you. Go to the link below for a writing activity in your classroom:
The Journey Home
Read this article from We are Teachers for a laugh on this cold December morning!
“…it’s important to remember the really great things that teaching has done for me. The relationships with my students, of course. The knowledge that I have a meaningful impact on the future. And a little list I like to call: Five Teaching Superpowers
Watch the video on the Teaching Channel to see how writers collaborate to revise writing.
peer editing…helps improve student writing and saves … time not writing the same comments over and over again!
-Anne Davies and Sandra Herbst-
“What does quality look like? How can I describe proficiency to my learners? We know that one response to these questions is to engage the learners…”
Assess and Reflect- Read this Globe and Mail article and have your students write a reflection on their personal growth as a writer.