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Author Study: 5 Reasons to Teach One
Author Study: 5 Reasons to Teach One

Have you incorporated an author study in your classroom? Are your students tired of the traditional ways of learning about an author? Teachers are always searching for more engaging, exciting ways to engage their students.  I have a wonderful author study activity that is digital and engaging. My Author Adventures are digital, foster reading skills,[Read More]

How to Make Poetry Exciting in the Middle School Classroom
How to Make Poetry Exciting in the Middle School Classroom

  As ELA teachers know, April begins poetry month.  First, making poetry exciting in the middle school classroom is not easy, for both the teacher and the student. Teachers fret teaching poetry because many do not have a teaching method that is successful. Secondly, teachers are often met with groaning and whining from their students because[Read More]

Creating Student Engagement for Virtual Learning
Creating Student Engagement for Virtual Learning

One of the major components of a classroom is student engagement. As a middle school teacher, I have always tried to be cognizant of student engagement.  Whether I’m in the front of the class making a fool of myself, creating content about the most recent “dopest thing ever,” or giving assignments that require watching TikTok[Read More]

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