Middle School Writing Education Articles for Teachers
If you heard the word ‘Laodicean,’ would you know how to spell it, or even how to pronounce it? Laodicean was the winning word at last year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee. If you're a spelling bee enthusiast, you've been following the countdown on Scripps National Spelling Bee's website. This a...
Writing poems, making cards, drawing pictures, and many other activities are some of the ways students show their love and appreciation for their mother figures. Many teachers use this special holiday to allow students to use their creativity to express sincerity and honor their close family memb...
Cinco de Mayo, which means the fifth of May in Spanish, is a national holiday in Mexico. The holiday is not only celebrated in Mexico, but is also celebrated all across the United States. Teachers can use this holiday to introduce Mexican history and culture to their students. They can start by t...
A good way to start off an adjective lesson is to have students imagine what the world would be like without them. You can have students talk about what books would be like if we did not use adjectives? You can even try reading a paragraph while omitting the adjectives. Students will find out t...
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