Newsela has something for everyone (not just the ELA students in the title). Not only are there current event topics in a wide variety of areas, but you can select the reading (lexile) level. For struggling readers, they can select a lower level while others can read at a higher level. You can create a [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Language arts'
December 6th, 2013 · No Comments · Content - Language Arts
At Punctuation Campground, all you need to add is the grammar! This would be good on a SMARTBoard or as a station. For the complete post, please visit the TeachersFirst site here.
November 11th, 2013 · No Comments · Content - Language Arts
For those of us who are visual learners (and in my case sometimes disorganized), graphic organizers are a must. Here is a nice set from Scholastic linked to reading comprehensions. For the complete post on Teachers First, please click here.
November 1st, 2013 · No Comments · Content - Language Arts, Content - Science
And look at the turkey tail and the gazelle legs! Learn about the different animals at SwitchZoo. Here you can create your own animal, tell a story, and explore the habitat. This free site includes lesson plans and other activities. Be sure you have your speakers on for the full effect. (From Shannon Miller’s Tweet- [...]