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Daily and Weekly ELA Plans - Reading and Writing Haven

Get organized with a daily and weekly ELA plan so that you feel confident and prepared. Planning the structure of a class period varies by unit. Start here!

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Blog - Building Book Love

There is no limit to the amount of fun ELA activities English teachers need to keep their squirrely middle schoolers actively engaged. That’s why I’m thrilled to bring you 5 new middle school ELA games to add to your toolbox! Olivia Gold, a creative middle school ELA teacher from Florida, joins us today to share

If you are looking for free and inexpensive tools to make the most of instructional time with your students, check out these ideas.

As a teacher, I am always on the hunt for the perfect tools at the cheapest prices for my ELA classroom. Taking care of our students and keeping our learning

8 Ways to Keep the ART in ELA

I began elementary school in the era of phonics. Looking back, I can honestly say that it seemed to work okay. Matching pictures with their word families in plaid workbooks... I learned to read, but

The One Word Project - McLaughlin Teaches English

When you were a kid people told you "sticks and stones will break your bones but words will never hurt you." Wrong. The one word project...

Back-to-School 2019!! Volume 3: ELA in 50 Minutes a Day - The Reboot 2.0

I giggled to myself as I created the title to this blog post! If you are new to my blog, I'll have you know that this is the THIRD time I've written an "ELA in

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Teaching rhetorical analysis is something that every ELA teacher deserves training in during their careers, but the reality is that oftentimes this topic is left off the agenda unless you’re teaching advanced courses. LET’S CHANGE THAT. Rhetorical analysis, the ability to decode and interpret arguments and spin targeted at all audiences (not just “advanced” ones), is something that all of us cou
These Lexile® leveled close reading stories are perfect for teaching students context clues in nonfiction to help them understand the meaning of an unfamiliar word. Students will read passages and learn different strategies to figure out unknown words, learn where to find context clues, understand authors, and more. This packet is designed to specifically fit 2nd & 3rd grade Florida B.E.S.T standard ELA.2.V.1.3 & 3.V.1.3 but can be used by anyone teaching context clues in nonfiction.
This STEP-BY-STEP WRITING® IS A COMPLETE WRITER’S WORKSHOP PROGRAM with all the tools needed for the entire year. It is filled with engaging lessons (scripted), anchor charts, modeling, mentor text, interactive notebook pages, practice, and all the forms, graphic organizers, checklists, and rubrics necessary to teach and assess writing. It has been proven to be effective in thousands of classrooms.
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