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Brain Breaks for Middle School and High School
This resource provides 47 pages of 12 detailed, how-to brain breaks with resources for your middle or high school class room. Perfect for all subjects. Some of these are designed to invigorate and some to relax teen minds. Check it out!
250 FREE Teacher Downloads!
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How To Write A Killer Lesson Plan: 3 Simple Steps - The Teaching Cove
Need to write a killer lesson plan quickly? Check out today's post for my 3 simple steps to write a lesson plan! I've even got a lesson planning freebie on the way for you, too! Are you an English teacher that needs English teaching resources? Sign up for my free printables library if you don't have access already.
5 YouTube Videos to Use in your Secondary English Classroom
5 YouTube Videos to use in a Secondary English Classroom - These videos are great supplements to lessons, time fillers, and entertaining ways to break up or shake up your middle school or high school English classroom.
Middle School ELA Mini Lessons | High School English | Sub Plans ELA
Mini-Lessons for Middle & High School Language Arts. Use these ten customizable, standards-based mini-lessons at the beginning, middle, or end of class – plus, most can be extended for a full class. They are designed to last from 15-45 minutes each. These lessons are excellent hooks, discussion starters, rewards, re-engagement strategies, brain breaks, extended bellringers …. Plus, they are print and go ready with step-by-step teacher's directions and tips. Learning targets are included.
The Literary Maven: Project Based Learning, Genius Hour, & 20% Time: How to Individualize Student Learning
How do you individualize instruction in your classroom and allow students to pursue their interests? Middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed the types of individualized learning they use in their classroom: project based learning, Genius Hour, and 20% time, and how they got started and introduced it to students. Teachers also shared past PBL units, final products, successes and obstacles. Read through the chat for ideas to implement in your own classroom.
3 FREE Figurative Language Worksheets
By the time students get to middle school, or even high school, they usually know the names of figurative language techniques. However, they still need to practice identifying and explaining them in use. These FREE worksheets will help facilitate that process.