Middle school ela
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So… you’re a first-time middle school ELA teacher. Welcome to the madness, I guess! I’m kidding, but in all honesty, middle school isn’t quite like high school or elementary school. Middle school is its own unique level that you need to be prepared for as you get ready to run your classroom. But before we
Jessica McKinley saved to Middle Ideas
I began elementary school in the era of phonics. Looking back, I can honestly say that it seemed to work okay. Matching pictures with their word families in plaid workbooks... I learned to read, but
Here's a look at nine of my favorite ELA activities from the last school year that you can incorporate into any middle school ELA or high school English classroom. #secondaryELA #middleschoolELA #highschoolEnglish
What my daily ELA class period schedule looks like in middle school ELA and how it works alongside my scope and sequences.
Tammie Britt saved to Middle School ELA
Find ideas for teaching middle school with these full year lesson plans for middle school ELA.
Stacey Marie saved to education
Find out how this Middle School ELA teacher fits in all the Reading and Writing Standards into one year with 50 minute class periods!
Kat saved to Teaching Hacks
How to Use Reader’s Notebooks in the Middle School Classroom If you have tried to implement reader's notebooks with your students and struggled, check out these tried and true ways to get started.
Kayla Baker saved to Teaching English
Use Mentor Sentences in your ELA middle school classroom to improve student writing! Find practical ideas to teach writing skills.
How would you like some ideas to use Wordle in your ELA classroom? In this blog post, you will find Wordle ideas for your classroom that will engage your middle school and upper elementary students in vocabulary activities and word acquisition. Get all these great ideas for your middle school ELA classroom.
Literary Frankenstein saved to Teach!
Since I don't have a vocabulary book or program that I HAVE to follow at my school, I used to always worry if I was doing enough vocabulary instruction. Even when I was theoretically following best practices or authentically investigating words as they came up in texts, I was concerned about if I was really helping my students become better readers. After a lot of trial and error, I'm now proud of what we do for middle school vocabulary, which falls into four main areas: Specific Words for…
Renee DeHoyos saved to bulletin boards/displays