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A Look Back: The Secondary School Year

Find this mock interview and other terrific secondary resources in this latest blog post, "A Look Back: The Secondary School Year."

#2ndaryELA Twitter Chat on Tuesday 1/17 Topic: Teaching Poetry

Looking for new poetry for your middle school and high school students? These 30 poems, recommended and tested by secondary ELA teachers in their own classrooms, are sure to engage and inspire your students during National Poetry Month or any time of year.

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Sometimes High School classes can be mundane and boring. However, if you play these games in class either at the start of class as a warm up or at the end of class as a reward, it will sure motivate your students one way or another. Here is a list of the

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The Grammar Games! Dice Review Game for Common Core Grammar Standards

Learning grammar CAN be fun! This student-centered grammar board game is great for the end of the quarter or semester. Need a quick review of concepts already covered? Upcoming test? This game will engage all.

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Tone and Mood in Literature

Teach your students how to understand the complex topic of tone and mood in literature! For Secondary ELA!

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Don't have your secondary students sitting in their desks for the whole lesson, every lesson! Get them out of their seats and moving while they learn!

5-Minute Brain Breaks for the World Language Classroom | Secondary Spanish Space

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Introduction to Shakespeare's Language Webquest for Interactive Notebooks

This webquest and presentation for interactive notebooks are a great way to start any unit on William Shakespeare's plays or poetry. Students will watch two videos and complete various activities and exercises to understand Shakespeare's contributions to

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