Creating middle school writing prompts can be complicated. On one hand, the prompts need to promote solid writing. On the other hand, they must hold students’ interest.
How to write a behavior management plan is a skill all teachers should perfect. These plans help replace students’ undesirable behaviors with more pleasing ones.
When studying Rikki Tikki Tavi and the elements of a short story, the reader needs to be aware of setting, theme, point of view, plot, characters, and conflict. This article contains brief but thorough examinations of each.
These Rikki Tikki Tavi activities will push your students beyond simply reading the story. They will build your students’ knowledge in other subject areas, as well.
Rikki Tikki Tavi is the perfect short story for teaching conflict. Read more for lesson plan ideas.
If you are like most parents, you have questions about standardized testing. This article will provide ways parents can help their child succeed on standardized tests.
Sometimes kids need help with homework. One of the most important things a parent can do to help is provide a routine and appropriate setting for kids to work.
Learning and reviewing the parts of speech can be tedious and dull. When you can, spice it up a making up games your kids can play. The following two noun games are very simple, but my students absolutely love playing them. You can also use them with other parts of speech.
Writing better essays usually means getting better grades, and who doesn’t want a better GPA? Continue reading for seven hints for essay writing that will help make you a better writer.
If you’ve ever needed tips for how to succeed in middle school, you’ve come to the right place! As a teacher, there are things I would love for parents to do to help make their children more successful in middle school.
When you begin to write a letter, the first thing you should do is determine your purpose. Are you writing to say hello to your grandmother or are you writing to request information for a college scholarship? Your answer will determine whether you are writing an informal or formal letter.
If your students need constant review with punctuation rules, you’re not alone! Read on for rules and examples of punctuation rules kids commonly struggle with.
It’s easy to blaze through your capitalization unit. After all, your students have been studying capitalization rules for years, right? This year however, slow down and make sure your kids understand all the rules, even the tricky ones.
Writing a character analysis can be intimidating for students. Using a children’s book as a guide can relieve some of the stress students might feel when confronted with such an assignment.
Good reading comprehension skills and the ability to read critically go hand in hand. Read on for tips on how to help your students become critical readers with great reading comprehension skills.
A rather elusive goal of most teachers is to have their students participate in class discussions. Read more to find ways to get your students to contribute.
Gain a better understanding of your high school reading assignment by reviewing these five discussion topics, with sample questions and answers. Wow your teachers by reviewing some of the most pertinent information from the novel!