Liberal Arts are More than the Arts
Liberal Arts are More than the Arts - Guest Post The liberal arts are interdisciplinary, so you can introduce humanities into science courses to help students solve problems from differing perspectives. What I hope to convey here is that these two typically opposing discourses of study are in fact, mutually beneficial, and I would even go as far as to say mutually dependent on each other. CLICK TO READ MORE
END OF NOVEL PROJECT THE BOOK THIEF
CREATE, EVALUATE, ANALYZE | END OF NOVEL PROJECT THE BOOK THIEF Are you looking for an interesting project to wrap up your book study? I assign this at the end of the semester instead of a final essay. This assignment will test your students’ writing and editing skills, but also reveal their ability to analyze the more nuanced and symbolic passages from THE BOOK THIEF. Perfect as an engaging and creative, culminating activity! CLICK TO SEE MORE!
HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGE, AND FIRST-YEAR UNIVERSITY TEACHER TIPS PART TWO
HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGE, AND FIRST-YEAR UNIVERSITY TEACHER TIPS In keeping with the idea of just how challenging being a teacher can be, I have compiled some teacher tips for you. Teacher burnout is a real thing and I know that we all need support and advice. I’ve compiled a list of some important pieces of wisdom I’ve picked up along the way and want to share them with you. I hope you find them helpful as you navigate your early years of teaching! CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
HOLOCAUST LITERATURE GOOGLE SLIDES
HOLOCAUST LITERATURE GOOGLE SLIDES ☑ Instructions for both teachers and students. ☑ One page of information on PRIMO LEVI, ELIE WIESEL, AND HANNAH ARENDT. ☑ One page with information about my products. ☑ SLIDES with beautiful images that relate to the quotations from PRIMO LEVI, ELIE WIESEL, AND HANNAH ARENDT. There are four quotations and 10 questions to go along with these quotations. ☑ (32 PAGES AND 31 SLIDES) ☑ ANSWERS to the student questions. CLICK TO SEE MORE!
Analyzing Historical Photographs: Teacher Lesson Plans and 7 Analysis Activities
This "Analyzing Historical Photographs" digital, 35-page resource is fun, interactive, and engaging for students. It is no prep for teachers and includes detailed, editable lesson plans. Students participate in 7 interactive, digital analysis activities, which require them to analyze photographs (pr...
12 New Poetry Ideas for your Secondary ELA Classroom
Teaching poetry can be intimidating for secondary English teachers. These tips will help you rethink what poetry instruction in the classroom can look like. Lesson plans, inspiration, and new ideas are all featured here for new teachers all the way up to veteran teachers. Go out there and tackle
Socratic Seminar and Activities: Poetry Analysis of “If” by Rudyard Kipling
Fun and engaging! Socratic seminar is an excellent way to infuse 21st century skills and higher order thinking skills into learning. This 62-slide, Common Core aligned PowerPoint resource with printables is a Socratic seminar featuring the poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling. This poem is appropriate for s...
13th Documentary: Student Viewing Guide & Lesson Plans
Building an anti-racist and anti-biased classroom, providing students with source material and texts to watch and read is critical. The 13th Documentary on Netflix is a great way to start. Pair it with your units that deal with injustice as a place to start talking about racism and it's historical roots. This is a must watch for English teachers.
Teaching Rhetoric using "Be Our Guest" from Beauty and the Beast
If students need to learn rhetorical analysis in your class, look here to Lumiere! Disney movies always help high school students learn concepts more easily so tackle the rhetorical triangle with your high school English students and use my free downloadable side deck to help you! This lesson plan is for beginners.
Using the Kami Chrome Extension for Distance Learning
Here are six tech tools ready for secondary English teachers that are worth the time to learn and implement in a digital classroom or distance learning environment. From Google Classroom at the… More
Linda Jennifer (@myuniprep) • Instagram photos and videos
Poster project! Grading rubric and examples from past students! This is an awesome project to test your students abilities in photoshop or other tools. Click the link in my bio or head to liberalartslite.com for more information! . . . . #highschoolteacher#teachersoftpt#teacherresources#teachersofig#teacherblogger#teachersfollowteachers#teachershelpingteachers#teachergoals#igconnect4edu#weareteachers#teachersoninstagram#teacherscollege#canadateachers#philosophyteacher#highschoolteachers
Lesson Plans & Fun Activities: 27 Differentiated Informational Texts on Birds
What type of bird are you? In this fun, 90-page resource, students connect their personalities to the attributes and traits of birds. The resource contains 27 differentiated informational texts about birds. Each informational text is written on three different levels. Each engaging text contains...
MLK Instagram Activity and Bulletin Board Kit
Looking for an engaging and meaningful lessons to teach your middle school or high school secondary ELA students about Martin Luther King? This complete lesson, student activity, reflection guide, and bulletin board kit will get your students thinking deeply and creatively about Martin Luther King's message and impact. Digital, Printable, and Editable! Differentiated to include two levels of the student Instagram activity sheet!
ANNOTATION | NOTE-TAKING | INTERPRETIVE NOTE-TAKING
ANNOTATION and NOTE-TAKING ANY TEXT - PRINT OR GOOGLE SLIDES DON'T JUST ANNOTATE TRY INTERPRETIVE NOTE-TAKING FOR HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGE, AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS. USE WITH ANY TEXT!!!! READY TO GO - PDF AND GOOGLE SLIDES ✺(SOME NEW STUDENT EXAMPLES): NEW Student examples - I use student examples from previous semesters to help my class understand my expectations. There are 19 included. 43 pages and 6 slides