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Poetry Ruler for Over Wine in period 2 A

Poetry Ruler for Over Wine in period 2 A Here is an example poetry ruler for Wislawa Szymborska’s poem “Over Wine” from the collection “Salt.” Use this as a reference to help you develop poetry rulers as planning. Advertisements

Frankenstein Biblion App

      Read your article. Then create a Keynote that teaches your article to the class. Make a slide for each of the following: the article’s title, summary, One slide each for four key ideas, and two questions for discussion. You will lead a discussion of the article’s ideas at a later date (next […]

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Simple. Send students home to watch videos (Videos don’t even have to be yours! Just find some random You Tube video!) Better yet, assign these videos for HOMEWORK, as in they MUST be done for next day. Then when students come back to class have them fill out gobs…

(2) Jack Olivia Portraits

(2) Jack Olivia Portraits.

Daisy and Violet

Daisy and Violet.

7 strategies for dynamic vocabulary instruction.

Although I have strayed from powering through vocabulary, here are seven tips from eleven years of teaching: Try to create student-centered lists. Ask students to chose words they do not know. Source material could be current literature study, or lists from Quizlet or SAT prep sites like College Board. Embed three to five modes of […]

Part One Interactive Oral Topics

The Interactive Oral is designed to afford students the chance to lead discussions, with each student assigned one topic in Part One: Literature in Translation.  Research and prepare a discussion related to your topic.  You may research your topic on the internet, derive information from documents in the text, and potentially your own textual observations. […]

Part One Interactive Oral Topics

The Interactive Oral is designed to afford students the chance to lead discussions, with each student assigned one topic in Part One: Literature in Translation.  Research and prepare a discussion related to your topic.  You may research your topic on the internet, derive information from documents in the text, and potentially your own textual observations. […]

What to Highlight

What to Highlight.

What to Highlight

What to Highlight.