English Language Arts Tag

The classroom isn’t the only place where teachers make an impact. The articles I’m sharing today illustrate all the hard work many teachers are doing outside of the classroom to ensure all their students have a chance at achieving success. Get in the Thanksgiving spirit: share...

I started teaching English 2 while I was a student teacher and have continued all five years of my career. It’s my favorite course to teach – in part because I have the opportunity to expose my students to challenging texts both about current events...

School News Network Molly Stabler's honors English students at Thornapple Kellogg High School in Middleville, Michigan recently found out how “innovation, collaboration, reading, language and writing all can be taught in a single project.” School News Network highlights how Stabler assigned her class to groups of...

San Jose Mercury Last year’s presidential campaign shed quite a bit of light on the emergence of fake news sites and their ability to mislead the public. So how do we ensure that future generations can recognize them and be cautious about the validity of content...

Chalkbeat Colorado Rigorous education standards help Jessica Moore, a language arts teacher in Colorado, to develop lesson plans that empower classroom learning. “College- and career-ready standards prioritize the use of richly layered, complex text for all students,” explains Moore. Challenging materials aligned to those standards help...