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Secondary ELA resources are my specialty. Many of these plans can be modified to work in any classroom.

Writing Curriculum

Blogging in the classroom is a total package writing curriculum. Learn more about using blogs in your classroom.

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Level up your parent communication with a class blog. Learn how to set up and effectively use a class blog throughout the school year. 

From the blog

Hold a Speech Contest with Scrooge

A Christmas Carol is arguably the most widely known Dickens story of all time. Made into movie after made-for-TV movie, this story has been told over and over again. Each year the 7th-grade language arts teachers dust off our textbooks and read this play with...

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Professional Development Anytime, Anywhere

My first years as a teacher I loved going to professional development meetings. I have always loved to learn new things. Probably why I became a teacher. In that first year, I discovered a workshop called What's New in Young Adult Literature? and it changed...

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How to Build Your Professional Learning Network

When I started blogging there was a whole new world of teachers sharing their knowledge and helping each other learn on social media. Jump over to my post about why teachers need to embrace social media if you don't know what I'm talking about.  I was amazed...

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