Charles Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities” is rich with opportunities to write an interesting and effective thesis statement. We’ll not only talk about ideas for creating a good thesis, but also spur ideas from this classic novel.
Many people with dyslexia struggle to comprehend even the simplest of words on a page making assistive technology a huge part of student success. Learn how to use Wizcom’s ReadingPen 2 in your classroom to help a slow reader become number one on the most improved reader list!
Teaching writing to developmentally disabled students may be difficult if the student has a physical disability that is not allowing him to write. He may have ideas, but it is hard for him to get the ideas on paper. The same is true for language LD students. Here are some modifications.
This guide to teaching “Rappaccini’s Daughter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne contains a summary, an analysis, and some lesson plans, not to mention an incredibly witty introduction.
Find creative inspiration on teaching “The Minister’s Black Veil” to your students. Go over this summary and analysis, and teach the main themes of the short story.
Teachers can provide opportunities for critical thinking skills for gifted students in the regular classroom or as part of a gifted program. Critical thinking skills require either analysis, evaluation, synthesis, or comparison of information presented in lectures or books.
This children’s book by Janell Canon tells the story of a cute, baby fruit bat named Stellaluna who gets separated from her mother and ends up being adopted by a family of birds. Extend your reading of the book with these fun activities.
What do teachers need in order to ensure instruction that caters to each learner present in the classroom is available? Ideas! In this article, which is the last in a series of three, I provide six effective ideas that can be adapted for all subjects and all grade levels.
Roald Dahl is the beloved author of numerous books for children, including The Enormous Crocodile. In addition to reading this classic book, activities can be done across the curriculum to supplement it.
The French celebrate many holidays and traditions that may sound familiar to you, with their own twist, of course. Read on and learn more about these French celebrations!