8th grade ela
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Grab your copy of FREE ELA Curriculum Maps grades 6th-8th and save yourself a year's worth of planning! Digital maps with a planner, calendar, and more!
Heather Morris saved to Quick Saves
Routines are so critical for the secondary ELA classroom. One sure-fire routine to include in your classroom is a daily warm-up or bell ringer. Here is a list of classroom routines for the middle school ELA and high school English classroom. #secondaryELA #2ndaryELA #classroomroutines #classroommanagement #middleschoolELA #highschoolEnglish #teachertips #teacheradvice
Using bell ringers in your middle school ELA classroom has huge benefits! This post teaches you how to use bell ringers purposefully and effectively!
Ruth Von Der Lage saved to 6th grade teaching
These genre based book recommendation lists are the perfect solution to help teachers and students find books based on interests. This FREE resource includes six pages of genre based recommendations with book lists in 22 different categories or genres. Ever struggled to help your middle grade students pick books? Or struggled to remember the titles of books you know your students will love? Or struggled to help students who love books in a certain genre or certain category, but don't know…
Michele Mount saved to Classroom: Book Shelf
Have you been wanting to try stations in your Secondary ELA classroom but aren't sure where to start? Read through this quick post where we share 8 station ideas and how to use them with your ELA students.
Ashlea Bassham saved to school
If you are looking for ideas and inspiration for what a year of reading looks like in 6th grade, take my advice: don't overthink it. I'm going to walk you through what a year in 6th grade language arts looks like (in my district), including a very short and sweet scope and sequence. This language arts curricular map sticks to the basics at a 30,000 foot view. Follow the link and take a peek inside a year in my ELA classroom...
Jann Price saved to School
I designed a word wall to display academic terminology in my middle school classroom. It is a great way to reinforce the concepts we discuss in a lesson.
Katy Kujawa saved to inspired teaching
Bell ringers are the perfect way to engage your students from the moment they get out their materials at the start of ELA class.
Stephanie Beneson saved to School
As middle school ELA teachers, we all want to work to empower our young writers. They often come to us a little shaky, a little unsure. Teaching students--SHOWING THEM--that writing is a process can help middle school writers to build confidence and skill. Ultimately, our job as ELA teachers is not to teach students to scaffold and support students to write a singular essay. Our job is to give students the tools to become WRITERS beyond our classrooms. That means giving students the tools to…
Katie Roberts Simmons saved to 22-23
If there are two things my students know, it is that I assign paragraphs often and that I grade them rather harshly -especially in the second semester. It’s not that I want my students to fail, or that I have a fear of assigning too many As, but more so, this is because I want them to succeed. Students need to master how to write a paragraph before they can tackle an essay. I want my students to be able to write a defined and well-supported paragraph when they leave my classroom so that they…
Lori Ranney saved to Teaching: Writing