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Every lesson, every day for an entire school year already planned out. Yes, this exists! FREE calendar for high school English teachers. #highschoolEnglish #lessonplans

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Course Syllabus for 10th grade English

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High School and Middle School English: focus on the process and use revision stations to do so. Read about how I use them in my classroom.

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Make teens work AND let 'em have fun! Great characterization activity to use with ANY novel or play. #highschoolEnglish #middleschoolEnglish
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Character Cell Phone – Fun Writing Handout, Use with ANY Literature Grades 6-12

Make teens work AND let 'em have fun! Great characterization activity to use with ANY novel or play. #highschoolEnglish #middleschoolEnglish

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Bell Ringers Task Cards Bundle: Grammar Errors for Language Arts

Bell ringers for high school! These cover common grammar errors. Task cards are quite versatile and allow teachers to choose which ones work best for their class. Print, laminate, and use for years.

Use these graphic organizers with students from 5th-10th grade with success with many, many different novels! Combine the graphic organizers with standard chapter questions or use them in different combinations for different chapters or sections of the novel.

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Standards-Aligned Question Stems

Standards-Aligned Question Stems--Turn On Your Brain. Using my “I can” statements from last summer and combining that work with work from other sources (referenced in the document), one high school English teacher from Michigan, Robert Belprez, created the following chart as a quick-reference guide for integrating the common core into 9-10 grade ELA classrooms. Download the complete document here: Question Stems.

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The Big Trip Up Yonder

Teaching Night by Elie Wiesel? Use these paired passage suggestions to get your students thinking about the major themes of the memoir. All texts are freely available at Commonlit.org.

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