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This is the perfect nonfiction podcast! The subject of the unsolved 1912 ax murders of an entire family and their guests keeps students engaged, and it aligns with CCSS since students evaluate purpose, bias, and validity of evidence. Great for Halloween or any time you want to change things up.

For real. No cheesy music, no bad acting, and no trick endings where everyone is okay and it was all just a big misunderstanding. Seriously, your students are going to love these and they have just the right amount of horror while still being appropriate for school. Myths and Legends I can't say enough about ...

Using music in secondary ELA is a great way to increase student engagement and productivity. Check out the Secondary English Coffee Shop blog for some amazing ideas and a freebie to get you started! By Danielle at Nouvelle ELA.

Part way through some lesson last year, I said that my students should “let it go.” I don’t remember what “it” was, exactly, but I remember two or three students jumped up and threw their arms out and sang the line from Frozen. Then, one started making up new lyrics for the song based on my lesson. It was ridiculous and funny and it all happened so fast. See, the thing is that we connect with music, and we don’t have to be particularly musical to do it. Music gets inside our heads and makes…

What can teachers do when high school students struggle with fluency? Try these strategies to improve fluency issues with older students. #readingfluency #highschool

What can teachers do when high school students struggle with fluency? Try these strategies to improve fluency issues with older students. #readingfluency #highschool

Teaching Literary Approaches in the High School English Classroom. Use these literary approaches in your next literature unit in the ELA classroom. These approaches are ideal for literary analysis and critical thinking skills. #secondaryELA #englishteacher #teachingliteraryanalysis #teachingliterature

Teaching Literary Approaches in the High School English Classroom. Use these literary approaches in your next literature unit in the ELA classroom. These approaches are ideal for literary analysis and critical thinking skills. #secondaryELA #englishteacher #teachingliteraryanalysis #teachingliterature

Planning for a substitute teacher can be overwhelming and stressful especially when you are your children are sick. That is why I am sharing simple, easy, low-prep ideas for emergency sub plans for your high school ELA classroom! With over ten ideas to choose from, you will have over a seven days worth of engaging work taken care of!

20 Strategies to Try in 2020 - Write on With Miss G

At the start of each year, I like to brainstorm a list of engaging new strategies I want to try in my classroom. Once I have a few, I make it a goal to pencil…

How do you get kids to read? These strategies can ensure that more of your students do assigned reading.

Getting students to actually read can be a struggle, but these strategies will help you get more of them engaged and completing the reading that you assign.

High School Classroom Decor: Semi Flexible Seating in a Secondary ELA Classroom - Building Book Love

I’m a strong believer that your environment, whether that be your home or your classroom, can influence your daily energy, imagination, and joy. Because of this, I set out to design my high school classroom decor to reflect the overall goal I want to achieve in my classroom. Since I’m a high school English teacher, I ... Read More about High School Classroom Decor: Semi Flexible Seating in a Secondary ELA Classroom

In today’s world, teaching students to be effective, active listeners, is a vital task. This blog post gives you quick and easy tips for teaching active listening in the middle/high school ELA classroom.

In today’s world, teaching students to be effective, active listeners, is a vital task. This blog post gives you quick and easy tips for teaching active listening in the middle/high school ELA classroom.