Medieval Activities

From my experience, teaching a unit on Medieval Times is one of the best parts of the curriculum.    There are so many ideas, activities that can be done.  I find that organizing my ideas for the upcoming unit helps me plan … Continue reading →

Practice, Practice, Practice: From First Draft to Final Copy

I love teaching Language Arts, but one of the greatest challenges I face is helping students learn how to become good writers.  A great resource to help you teach students how to write effectively is “Teaching Adolescent Writers” (2006) by … Continue reading →

Parent Communication Log

Here’s another resource for your teacher binder!  Before September, print out a copy of this parent communication log and use one for each student in your class.  When an issue arises, keep track of when you have communicated with parents/guardians … Continue reading →