English teacher classroom
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for English teacher classroom. Get inspired and try out new things.
By Presto Plans I first realized the power of bell ringers years ago, thanks to a particularly unruly class that would bounce off my walls after lunch. After consistently wasting the first ten minutes of class getting students seated, settled, and ready to learn, I decided to give bell-ringers a try. They were immediately a classroom game-changer. Bell-ringers—sometimes referred to as “warm ups” or “do nows”— are questions, tasks, or other warm up activities that students complete at the…
Nancy Phear saved to classroom
There are three kinds of teacher-decorators: those who were born for Pinterest, those who can’t, and all the ones in between (such as the broke, the tired, and the I-have-no-time-to-decorate). However, making a classroom appeal to middle and high school students doesn’t HAVE to involve serious crafting or expensive, time-intensive projects. Check out these tips from me and Bonnie from Presto Plans as you prepare your classroom for the fall (or at any time of year that you want to give it a…
Tiffani Della saved to Decorating my classroom
Three poems high school English teachers should teach.
akanksha raaj saved to education
Step by step guide to setting up a classroom for a first year teacher. Practical tips on organizing and time management to create a warm & welcoming class.
Mary Martha Prince saved to kiddos.
An overview of 9 simple but effective classroom management tips secondary teachers can use to feel confident in their classroom and increase student learning.
Shannon Fey saved to School
I'm your new English teacher. I'll be teaching you English this year...
To help reluctant readers, it is even more important that we find the perfect books for high school students who hate reading.
Elizabeth B saved to Reading comprehension
A lesson plan! A lesson plan! My kingdom for a lesson plan!
Kim Carr saved to Gr10 English
After 19 years in the classroom, I‘ve picked up a few tricks that have saved me from hours reinventing the wheel year after year. The best thing I ever did for myself was complete some upfront work that led to years of little to no prep and planning! Here are my top three work smarter, not harder tips for easy lesson planning: 1. Save and store reusable worksheets and task cards. Classrooms don't have a lot of storage space, but keeping photocopies of the materials your students will use…
kathryn wheelen saved to Middle school classroom
In the first month of school, teachers are usually focused on classroom setup, establishing procedures, launching routines, and digging into the first unit. Although we DO want students to be organized and to feel safe as individuals, we also need them to open up and collaborate as part of a bigger classroom community. Read on for 9 ideas about how to create bonding, shared experiences, and interactions that foster community-building. (By the way, you can check out a similar blog post of…
Q R saved to 2020 Teacher Tips