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Teaching Literature, Teaching Writing, Teaching Strategies, Ap Literature, English Literature Classroom, English Literature A Level, English Literature Quotes, Secondary English Classroom, Writing Rubrics

This is a culmination of my own anchor charts, plus the best anchor charts that I could find online. This is a great place to find effective charts that get to the heart of what you are teaching in workshop. If you have a favorite chart that you'd like to add, please contact me! Also, if I have not properly given credit for an anchor chart, let me know so that I can fix it.

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Micky Dovas
Conceptual Framework, Funny Cartoon Pictures, Weird Words, Deconstruction, Funny Cartoons, Postmodernism, Defying, Pop Culture, Literature

John Atkinson is a cartoonist from Canada, who creates the series "Wrong Hands". From an early age, John had a love for drawing, which he eventually pursued by studying fine arts at university. It was not until he began doodling with his young children that he discovered his passion for cartooning.

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Sue Jewell
Literature Circles, High School, English, Literature Lessons, A Level English Literature, English Literature Notes, English Literature, Writing Skills, Teaching Channel

I've written about Teaching Channel before, and I'll be writing from time to time about a particular great idea I've found there. If you haven't already joined, remember that it's FREE, and signing up takes less than a minute! One of the many great Tch video clips shows middle school teacher Meagan Berkowitz teaching a poetry lesson using the SIFT Method - Symbol, Imagery, Figurative Language, and Tone or Theme. It's less than 5 minutes long, and well worth watching to see her interaction…

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Fabulous Fruit Cake
English Literature Notes, History Of Literature, Teaching Literature, British Literature, Literature Books, Classic Literature, British History, History Of Poetry, Renaissance Literature

Spark Notes has boiled down the history of literary movements to a collection of one line quips. The problem with literature is that there’s so much of it. Books go back a long time (like at least ten or fifteen years, I’m thinking), and if you’re a student taking an English class, you’re supposed to be familiar with…

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Michelle Bracken
Literature is the purest form of poetry and prose – it is equally beautiful and tantalizing. Students who study literature know that the words of amazing poets and writers can sweep them off their feet and take them to a whole other level for a while. Literature has feels, literature has poetry – literature has Dramas and literature has the kind of stuff that dreams are made of. Literature teaches us about life, about rationality and about thoughts. Diy Notebook Cover, Notebook Design, English Book, English Literature, Literature Drawing Ideas, Literature Project Ideas, Cover Page For Project, School Book Covers, Binder Covers

Literature is the purest form of poetry and prose – it is equally beautiful and tantalizing. Students who study literature know that the words of amazing poets and writers can sweep them off their feet and take them to a whole other level for a while. Literature has feels, literature has poetry – literature has Dramas and literature has the kind of stuff that dreams are made of. Literature teaches us about life, about rationality and about thoughts.

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Scholar Ace
Why study English literature, How English literature helps us, Jobs for English Majors, Career opportunities for English literature students. English Literature Degree, English Literature Quotes, History Of Literature, Literature Study Guides, Literature Project, Teaching Literature, Language And Literature, American Literature, Literature Club

Are you shilly-shallying to studying English literature? Constantly fluctuating between your fondness for literature and the thought of how would it help you in the future? How could it pave the way for your successful career? Stop bothering anymore! This article will give you the answer to all questions regarding: Why should I study English literature? Read more

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BillyBopperr
Teaching Literature, Teaching Writing, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Teaching English, Middle School Writing, Middle School Classroom, Teaching Middle School, Future Classroom

Put up your hand if you love nothing more than spending your Sunday afternoon grading a pile of student papers. What? No takers? Of course not. As much as we know the importance of assessment in the learning process, we all want to spend less time doing it, right? So, in the hopes of helping you all out with that grading beast, we thought we'd compile some of our best tips. 1. USE RUBRICS TO BE MORE EFFICIENT As a first-year teacher, I spent tons of time writing meticulous notes on each…

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Brenda Severiano