MIDDLE SCHOOL WRITING PROMPT: Read the fascinating story behind Dr. Seuss and the Grinch. Then write your own "complaint" and its solution.

MIDDLE SCHOOL PROMPT: Read the fascinating story behind Dr. Seuss and the Grinch. Then write your own "complaint" and its solution.

Teach students how to outline their essays. high school writing. Middle school writing. ELA. Essay writing.

Teach students how to outline their essays. Great for high school or middle school students!

Middle School Context Clues Worksheet Lesson Activity - Look Around!

Look Around! Meaning in Context

Teach Your Child to Read - Middle School Context Clues Worksheet Lesson Activity - Look Around! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Help your middle school English language arts students write more descriptively with this free activity.

Help your middle school English language arts students write more descriptively with this free activity.

Mentor sentences for middle school that will show teachers how to make this awesome teaching theory a reality in your classroom. ($)

Teaching Punctuation Through Mentor Sentences: Dashes

HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH: Learning stations that focus on the revision process.  Use for any expository and persuasive essays, including ones that require research.

HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH: Learning stations that focus on the revision process. Use for any expository and persuasive essays, including ones that require research. Lab write ups.

The Ultimate List of Free Grammar Games - Teaching parts of speech, punctuation, and writing can be fun with this huge list of free games for the classroom and homeschool.

The Ultimate List of Free Grammar Games

The Ultimate List of FREE Grammar Games -- a huge list of games to teach parts of speech, punctuation, sentence types, and writing. Grammar doesn't have to be boring!

Teach middle school and high school students creative expository writing using picture books as mentor texts!

Using Picture Books to Teach Expository Writing

Teach middle school and high school students creative expository writing using picture books as mentor texts!

This week’s drop of awesome comes from Cam Milleson, the blog’s middle school teacher friend in Kernville, California. Cam’s kids are working on a suspense narrative, so she built the following pro…

This week’s drop of awesome comes from Cam Milleson, the blog’s middle school teacher friend in Kernville, California. Cam’s kids are working on a suspense narrative, so she built the following pro…

Middle School ELA | Middle School English Language Arts | English Teacher | To Kill a Mockingbird, our beloved timeless classic by Harper Lee is now a collaborative poster. This creative and beautiful resource contains a student writing prompt, opportunities for collaboration, a bulletin board for American literature novel study, and a meaningful quote that is very relevant and worthy of personal reflection and discussion.

To kill a mockingbird, collaborative poster, writing activity

Middle School ELA | Middle School English Language Arts | English Teacher | To Kill a Mockingbird, our beloved timeless classic by Harper Lee is now a collaborative poster. This creative and beautiful resource contains a student writing prompt, opportunities for collaboration, a bulletin board for American literature novel study, and a meaningful quote that is very relevant and worthy of personal reflection and discussion.

Teaching writing to struggling students? Here are 14 easy-to-implement best-practices for middle and high school teachers.

14 Ways to Support Struggling Writers: Build Confidence and Increase Success

Teaching writing to struggling students? Here are 14 easy-to-implement best-practices for middle and high school teachers.

Looking for short stories and poems that are engaging and appropriate for middle school (grades 6-8)? Here are 33 that are tried and true in the classroom! If you follow the link, you'll find activities for all 33 pieces of literature, too! -The SuperHERO Teacher

Reading Literature Journal for Grades 6-8: Activities for Short Stories & Poems

Looking for short stories and poems that are engaging and appropriate for middle school (grades 6-8)? Here are 33 that are tried and true in the classroom! If you follow the link, you'll find activities for all 33 pieces of literature, too! -The SuperHERO Teacher

This model and template will help college, high school, and middle school teachers put together a syllabus that sets you and your students up for a great year. Continue Reading →

How to Write a Syllabus

How to Write a Syllabus - This model and template will help college, high school, and middle school teachers put together a syllabus that sets you and your students up for a great year.

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