Someone posted a whisper, which reads "I am an English teacher in high school. If I have students who shows up late, I ask them to write a story about why they were late. If it has decent grammar&ok spelling I don't mark them tardy"
Incorporate Depth and Complexity into your next novel study! Take your students' learning to new "depths" with this Critical Thinking Literary Response Booklet. This open-ended resource can be used with any piece of literature in a variety of grades
How to Mentally Prepare for your First Year Teaching
Do you need ideas about how to prepare for your first year teaching? Are you overwhelmed with no idea where to start? This post focuses on strategies to mentally prepare for your first year of teaching. // Adventures of a Schoolmarm
TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - Teaching English in those first years can be rough. Read about grading papers, staying sane, maintaining classroom control, and growing as an educator. - Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.
28 Things Every New Teacher Should Know - You quickly learn that the classroom isn't a laboratory where you can control all the variables. Some of the best learning you will do as a new teacher is by trial and error.