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High School English Teachers Rock!


High School English Teachers Rock!

This group is for all high school english teachers to share ideas, lesson plans, and any other resources that will help each other!

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Latest Activity: Dec 28, 2019

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OP-ED: Yes, Employers Do Value Liberal Arts Degrees

Students today will experience 12 career changes throughout their lives. Liberal arts educations provide the adaptability for that.—…Continue

Started by Ryan Goble Dec 28, 2019.

TOONS: Artist Pokes Fun At Literature Classics In 30 Cartoons

Artist Pokes Fun At Literature Classics In 30 Cartoons #literature…Continue

Started by Ryan Goble Dec 1, 2019.

COLLECTION: 16 Teachable Podcasts & Podcasting Tools!

If you haven’t thought about how you might use podcasts in your teaching, take note! A 2019 study found that over 50% of people in the U.S. ages 12 and up have listened to a podcast.…Continue

Started by Ryan Goble Sep 15, 2019.

NOVEL: Math + Identity = Elegant Novel

For my ELA people we have to teach who we are and who we aren't - MATH NOVELS!Can a mathematician also be an accomplished storyteller? The answer is an emphatic yes, for both Catherine Chung, the…Continue

Started by Ryan Goble Aug 6, 2019.

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Comment by Flocabulary on September 14, 2011 at 10:37am

Do you teach literary terms, figurative language or rhetorical devices? Each Wednesday, we will bring you one literary term with fun examples from hip-hop, literature and history. Share examples your students create and we'll add them to the blog 

Today, we begin with alliteration. Next week, we'll bring you greatest hyperbole examples ever.



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