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Literature Circles, English, Literature Lessons, Writing Skills, English Literature Notes, Literary Analysis, Essay Writing, Teaching Channel, Teaching Literature

I've written about Teaching Channel before, and I'll be writing from time to time about a particular great idea I've found there. If you haven't already joined, remember that it's FREE, and signing up takes less than a minute! One of the many great Tch video clips shows middle school teacher Meagan Berkowitz teaching a poetry lesson using the SIFT Method - Symbol, Imagery, Figurative Language, and Tone or Theme. It's less than 5 minutes long, and well worth watching to see her interaction…

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John Atkinson is back on Bored Panda! The Canadian illustrator, known for the "Wrong Hands" series, creates humorous cartoons inspired by themes from popular classic literature pieces. In our previous posts, the artist shared more about his background and the inspirations behind his work. He also provided insights into his creative process and mentioned popular reactions he receives from people who follow his work. Feel free to revisit those earlier Bored Panda publications if you'd like to…

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emma
Literature is the purest form of poetry and prose – it is equally beautiful and tantalizing. Students who study literature know that the words of amazing poets and writers can sweep them off their feet and take them to a whole other level for a while. Literature has feels, literature has poetry – literature has Dramas and literature has the kind of stuff that dreams are made of. Literature teaches us about life, about rationality and about thoughts. Book Cover Design, Literature, English Book, Cover Pages, Literatura, English Literature, English Study, Project Cover Page, Cover Page For Project

Literature is the purest form of poetry and prose – it is equally beautiful and tantalizing. Students who study literature know that the words of amazing poets and writers can sweep them off their feet and take them to a whole other level for a while. Literature has feels, literature has poetry – literature has Dramas and literature has the kind of stuff that dreams are made of. Literature teaches us about life, about rationality and about thoughts.

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Scholar Ace
People, Films, Writing A Book, English, English Literature, English Literature Notes, Literature Books, Literature Humor, Book Writing Tips

Spark Notes has boiled down the history of literary movements to a collection of one line quips. The problem with literature is that there’s so much of it. Books go back a long time (like at least ten or fifteen years, I’m thinking), and if you’re a student taking an English class, you’re supposed to be familiar with…

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Michelle Bracken
Leadership, Writing Process, Middle School Writing, Middle School Ela, Essay Writing, Teaching Strategies, Secondary English, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tips

Put up your hand if you love nothing more than spending your Sunday afternoon grading a pile of student papers. What? No takers? Of course not. As much as we know the importance of assessment in the learning process, we all want to spend less time doing it, right? So, in the hopes of helping you all out with that grading beast, we thought we'd compile some of our best tips. 1. USE RUBRICS TO BE MORE EFFICIENT As a first-year teacher, I spent tons of time writing meticulous notes on each…

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Brenda Severiano
40 Times The English Language Drove The People Learning It To Utter Frustration Grammar, English, Humour, English Writing, English Language Learning, English Writing Skills, English Language, English Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words

I absolutely adore the English language with all of its ups and downs, twists and turns, astounding hyperboles and alliterative inclinations. And let's not forget the puns! However, it's no secret that the language can be a tad… discombobulating for new students, anyone who's learning English as a second language, and native speakers alike.

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Lisa Ord