Best ELA Teacher Resources for Teaching English Language Arts – Top Teacher Aids for English Classrooms

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Best ELA Teacher Resources for Teaching English Language Arts - Top English Teacher Aids for English Classrooms - Teacher's Discovery

Best ELA Teacher Resources for Teaching English Language ArtsTop English Teacher Aids for English ClassroomsTeaching English is no small task. Students must learn to read, write, speak, listen, and use language effectively in a variety of content areas. English Language Arts (ELA) encompasses grammar, vocabulary, composition, and research. Having the right ELA teaching aids and resources in your classroom helps … Read More

How Impeachment Works

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September 25, 2019Zachary B. WolfCNNLexile: 1400L–1500L Calls to impeach President Donald Trump began among some Democrats almost the day he was inaugurated. They ballooned after former special counsel Robert Mueller’s report to Congress about interactions between the Trump campaign and Russia and, separately, Trump’s efforts to squash the investigation, potentially obstructing justice. But now that Trump has admitted to trying to influence Ukrainian President Volodymyr … Read More

Concept Attainment—The ELL Way

Charles VerheyELA

April 18, 2019Maria Lee One of my favorite strategies to use with English Language Learning (ELL) students is Concept Attainment. This strategy helps ELLs connect prior knowledge with new concepts. The Concept Attainment strategy is based on Jerome Bruner’s research into a psychological process called Concept Formation. In order for humans to cope with their diverse environment, people group information … Read More

Lit With Liz | American Street

Charles VerheyELA

American Street just sounds like the perfect symbolic name for a book whose main character is an immigrant. Right? American dream on American street? Sounds pretty perfect.

9 Things I Have Learned About Teaching Writing

Charles VerheyELA

February 28, 2019 Aimee Ross Credibility first: I have 27 years of experience as a high school English teacher and five as an adjunct for a local community college. I have taught 10th-grade English, journalism, 12th-grade English, creative writing, and Composition I and II. And I even advised the school newspaper for a decade. I have taught hundreds, maybe thousands … Read More

Get Lit With Liz

Charles VerheyELA

February 21, 2019 Liz Zupan There are books that you forget as soon as you finish them. There are some that leave you stunned from the surprise ending that transformed your literary reality. And there are some books whose story lingers with you long after you have turned the last page—popping into your mind and filling the small moments of … Read More