Resources for teaching ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelve grade English and literature: book choices, essay ideas, grammar and more.
This favorite platform has some powerful uses in the classroom. Here are five ways I use Instagram in high school language arts.
Commonlit is a free digital library for middle and high school students. Here are 8 teacher-tested ways to use it in the classroom.
Argumentative writing can often fall flat. That's why I like to use the following argumentative writing prompts in my classroom.
Teaching plot isn’t easy. It’s not enough to simply share a diagram with students—they need to understand how to integrate the elements into their own work.
Even high schoolers can learn from picture books! These picture books for high school English class will help you teach theme, character, or point of view.
Are you looking for student writing contests to share in your classroom? This list will give students plenty of opportunities to write and earn.
Some people are questioning the value of AP classes for students. We spoke to two educators who shared their experience.
Make the Bard come alive in your classroom with this roundup of free Shakespeare activities, printables, projects, and classroom decorations.
Bookmark the best websites for English teachers to help students learn english, writing, and grammar.
We asked WeAreTeachers readers to share the most influential books they read in high school, and here's what they had to say.
Teaching Shakespeare this year? To laugh or not to laugh, there is no question. This post will make you LOL through the pain!
Discover our favorite international books for teaching at the high school level. What titles or authors would you add to the list?
You know those grammar mistakes that come up again and again? Well we're here to help you fix them. 10 lessons so students finally get it right.