Tips for Effectively Teaching High School Students
Teaching high school can be a rewarding, and challenging, experience. If you are a new high school teacher, a substitute teacher, or are looking for some ideas to manage a particularly difficult group of kids, you'll find advice and opinion you can count on at Bright Hub Education, where experienced teachers and education professionals share their years of tried-and-true classroom experience with you.assumption
- On The Rocks and A Memorable Dinner: The Da Vinci Code
One of the important codes in the novel involves Da Vinci's paintings Madonna on the Rocks and the Last Supper. The two power points included in this lesson will help your students understand the paintings and the conclusions Brown makes in his novel.
- Crack That Code! An Introduction to Teaching The Da Vinci Code
Dan Brown's mystery thriller, "The Da Vinci Code", though several years old, can still be an exciting novel to use in the High School classroom. This series begins with a lesson introducing Leonardo Da Vinci to your students.
- Teaching High School: Strategies & Tips
Make teaching high school even more enjoyable with these strategies and tips. Find some ideas and activities that teachers of almost any subject can use.
- Staging a High School Debate? Try These Topics
Telling students to think critically and use evidence to make logical conclusions is often met with blank stares. Try staging a high school debate that forces them to do what you want while maintaining class enthusiasm.
- World Religions: Finding Connections, Building Harmony
Using world religions lesson plans in your high school classroom is a means of educating students about various religions, their histories and effect on society as well as promoting harmony and understanding.
- The Basics of Improving Reading Comprehension for Special Ed Teens
Finding new ways to keep special ed teens interested in what they read can be challenging. Read on to learn ways that you can help teens with their reading comprehension in the classroom.
- What's In Your Future? Help High School Students Focus on a Career Ladder
High school students should begin thinking about where they are going to live and what they are going to do after graduation, whether it is college or a job. Teachers can aid in this process by showing them how to make a career ladder and assisting them in their career research.
- Why Incorporate Service Projects Into the High School Curriculum
High school teachers are striving to prepare their students for the world ahead. Part of this is making sure students understand the importance of community. Get your students to do a service project as an important learning and growing experience.
- Help Students Avoid Procrastination with College Applications
Some students get stuck in the middle of the college application process because they are overwhelmed by the paperwork. Other students are so anxious they cannot even begin the applications. This articles provides helpful tips to get students to take action and finalize their college applications.