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Reading and Writing Resources For Middle School

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Collaborative Short Story Review Poster Project

Your students will love this collaborative short story review poster project. Ideal for middle school ELA or the high school English classroom, this poster project places students in charge of the review and gets them thinking about literary elements. #collaborativelearning #shortstoryunit #middleschoolELA #highschoolEnglish #teachingELA

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Middle School Writing

These new writing ideas can be used to help middle school students improve their skills and better express their own ideas and feelings!

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Need Ideas for Writing? We've got you covered!

See this! To help you get your students writing regularly, we’ve created a special month-long series of writing prompts to use in your school classroom.

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Breaking down writing instruction to build strong writers

How to teach writing for middle school ELA and high school English students. Writing resources and handouts. #teachingwriting #secondaryELA #Englishteacher

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ELA Weekly Assessments {4th Grade} | Distance Learning | Google Forms

Google Forms Now Included! The ELA Weekly Assessments are being added as Google Forms. You will be able to download the links as they are available. These are the months currently available as Google Forms:   April - done May - done June - done July - N/A August - done September - done October - done November - done December - done January - done February - done March - done  You asked, I answered. This resource is a result of multiple requests from 4th Grade teachers that have been using the ELA Morning Work {4th Grade}. These teachers wanted a way to assess the skills practiced throughout the week. These weekly assessments are a companion for the Good Morning, Sunshine! ELA Morning Work {4th Grade}. The morning work is available in an ELA bundle or the ELA + Math Morning Work {4th Grade}. Click the links below to view these bundles. (Please note there are NOT assessments for the Math bundle.) ELA Morning Work {4th Grade} ELA + Math Morning Work {4th Grade}  The ELA Weekly Assessments are available for the following grade levels: ELA Weekly Assessments (3rd Grade) ELA Weekly Assessments (5th Grade)  ELA Weekly Assessments (6th Grade) The ELA morning work covers critical language, grammar, and comprehension skills over the year. The suggested way to use this resource is by reviewing the skills throughout the week with the morning work, and then giving the assessment on Friday for a weekly quiz grade. Not only will this hold your students accountable, but this also serves as a gauge for students' learning. Plus, it's a consistent weekly quiz grade with a streamlined answer key to be easy on your teacher eyes! This ELA + Math Morning Work is available for the following grade levels: ELA + Math Bundles 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade ELA Bundles 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade ELA Weekly Assessments 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade Math Bundles 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade Let’s connect!  The Literacy Loft Blog The Literacy Loft on Instagram The Literacy Loft on Pinterest The Literacy Loft on Facebook If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please email me at Jessica@theliteracyloft.com   Happy Teaching! - Jessica

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Story Starters for Kids

These fun prompts include both narrative starters and unique lines of dialogue - the challenge is for students to fit the prompt somewhere into their own stories!

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Argumentative Essay Topics for Middle School

Use these argumentative essay topics to teach your middle-schoolers about the process of delivering well-researched, evidence-based arguments to their peers.

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The Literary Maven: Using Reading & Writing Workshops with Middle & High School Students

The workshop model creates open spaces where the students we teach can grow as readers and writers. Middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed how they incorporate elements of reading and writing workshop into their classes. Teachers also shared the role of choice in their classroom. Read through the chat for ideas to implement in your own classroom.

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Quick Writing Prompts for Middle School Students Reading and Writing Resources For Middle School

Use these quick writing prompts anytime your students say that they don’t know what to write about or when they simply need a little bit of extra creativity! Reading and Writing Resources For Middle School

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