How to Write a Cover Letter Effectively! - ESLBuzz Learning English
How to Write a Cover Letter ! Resumes may get you a job, but your cover letter opens the door, use the opportunity to address the employer personally if possible. This lesson will support you some tips to write a successful cover letter.
20 Time: Research Project Developing a Solution to a World Issue
20 time year long project for middle and/or high school English. Students work 20% of the time developing their own projects!
DIGITAL Google Interactive Notebook: Informational Text 7-12 DISTANCE LEARNING
This is a DIGITAL Interactive Notebook for grades 7-12 that focuses on informational text pieces. Students are given a link to access the interactive notebook through Google Slides!
REVISION LEARNING STATIONS - Learning in Room 213
My tenth grade students have been immersed in the writing process this week. Their task is to complete a persuasive research essay, but we took our time, focusing on the steps writers can take to revise their essays. They started with an outline and a draft, and then each day I presented mini-lessons on things […]
Full Year of H.S. English – Week at a Glance
Every lesson, every day for an entire school year already planned out. Yes, this exists! FREE calendar for high school English teachers. #highschoolEnglish #lessonplans
Romeo and Juliet Escape Room Review Activity
This review activity for Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is a series of puzzles covering plot, character, figurative language, conflict, and quote identification. You can present this as a Breakout Box (groups work at their desks) or as an Escape Room (groups seek clues you’ve hidden in the classroom). It has been designed to take 30-40 minutes. This resource includes a complete Teacher’s Guide (set-up, printing checklist, differentiation) and Answer Key. (grades 7-12)
Growing Readers and Thinkers: Wonder Novel Unit Resource
Wonder is the perfect novel to share with your students, and this is the perfect activity to have students complete at the end of the novel to better understand the thoughts of each narrator and to better understand that there is always more than one side to every story.
CommonLit | Book Pairings - Fahrenheit 451
Looking for supplemental readings for students reading "Fahrenheit 451"? CommonLit has 8 suggested paired passages for Ray Bradbury's famous novel. See all of them, along with dozens of other book suggestions, at CommonLit.org!
Citing Sources Packet: MLA Style 8th Ed. + Test (Distance Learning Enabled!)
Here is a great way for students to learn and practice how to properly cite their sources in the MLA style. How to cite from books, websites, and magazines are clearly and simply explained. How to cite from encyclopedias is also explained (though the process is very similar to citing from a book). Students are started off with guided practice and eased into independent practice. A paired assessment is also included to test student knowledge on how to cite properly.
Rhetorical Triangle: Persuasive Reading & Writing Quick Reference Anchor Chart
HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO COMMON CORE/ TNREADY? Common Core aligned standards require students to do more than read and write. They must be able to analyze the effectiveness of an argument (hint Rhetorical Triangle) and construct persuasive arguments. Students need scaffolds to get there. Teach studen...
The Gettysburg Address Rhetorical Analysis Activity Packet
Teach rhetorical analysis to your students with The Gettysburg Address. Ideal for high school English classes, this rhetorical analysis unit includes activities, graphic organizers, writing, and more!