Poem printables to be used with The Well Trained Mind - First Language Lessons

First Language Lessons ~ Poem Printables

Showing vs. Telling Writing Anchor Chart! This blog post also contains a FREE Show Don't Tell Bingo game!

Show, Don't Tell: A FREE Writing Lesson

One of my all-time favorite writing topics focuses on writing showing sentences instead of telling sentences. The anchor chart below highlights the difference between a showing sentence and a telling

This website is awesome!!! Lots of lesson plans, crafts, and games to play with young children who are just starting out.

TESOL This website is awesome! Lots of lesson plans, crafts, and games to play with young children who are just starting out.

Teach English as a Second Language with FREE Lesson Plans, Games, and Lessons for Adult Learners

Teach English as a Second Language with FREE Lesson Plans, Games, and Lessons for Adult Learners

Teach English as a Second Language and never ever worry about where to get ideas on what to instruct non-native English learners. Yes, many English tutors have gone to teach English as a Second Language without textbooks, relying entirely on free.

Story sequencing and writing lesson plan from Lakeshore Learning! Aligned for Common Core Language: Writing for 1st & 2nd grade.

ESL Story sequencing and writing lesson plan from Lakeshore Learning! Aligned for Common Core Language: Writing for & grade.

Three Speech and Language Lessons Using Plastic Eggs

Three Speech and Language Lessons Using Plastic Eggs (The Next Chapter in my Speech World)

Monstrous Idioms  -A fun holiday themed figurative language lesson on idioms. It features 6 monsters commonly used in American idiomatic expressions. Each slide has a description, an illustration, and uses the idiom in 1 or 2 sentences. 2 lessons: -on figurative language -a guided lesson on writing a story. -idioms: monster, witch, vampire, ghost, zombie -2 graphic organizers -Presenter notes - 28 slides Common Core Standards RL.6.4, W.6.3 $

Idioms: Monsters in Figurative Language

MONSTROUS IDIOMS is a fun Halloween themed figurative language lesson on idioms. It features 6 monsters commonly used in American idiomatic expressions.

The genre of dystopia – the ‘not good place’– has captured the  imaginations of artists and audiences alike for centuries. But why do we bother with all this pessimism? Alex Gendler explains how dystopias act as cautionary tales – not about some particular government or  technology, but the very idea that humanity can be molded into an ideal  shape.

How to Recognize a Dystopia: Watch an Animated Introduction to Dystopian Fiction Open Culture

Have a Cariboo? You can use these fun Cariboo card sets WITH or WITHOUT a Cariboo. It's perfect for your Summer themed language lessons!

Summer Cariboo for WH- Questions

Have a Cariboo? You can use these fun Cariboo card sets WITH or WITHOUT a Cariboo. It's perfect for your Summer themed language lessons!

All new Storybook STEM Novels for third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade! STEM Challenges | Novel studies | Language Arts | Elementary STEM

Introducing Storybook STEM Novels

All new Storybook STEM Novels for third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade! STEM Challenges | Novel studies | Language Arts | Elementary STEM

Beginner ESL strategies; how to teach beginner ESL; how to teach newcomer English learners

Ho to Teach Beginners ESL in 7 Easy Ways

Beginner ESL strategies; how to teach beginner ESL; how to teach newcomer English learners

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