How to Use and Find Young Adult Literature For The ELA Classroom

It is important that our classrooms and curriculum engage students with both classic and current literature. By incorporating more young adult literature in your classroom through book clubs, lit circles, classroom library options and curriculum students can maintain or gain a love of reading from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

It is important that our classrooms and curriculum engage students with both classic and current literature. By incorporating more young adult literature in your classroom through book clubs, lit circles, classroom library options and curriculum students can maintain or gain a love of reading.

This week's #2ndaryELA Twitter chat provided great suggestions on how to find and use YA Lit in your secondary ELA classroom. Read the curated summary below to gain some new ideas for your classroom.






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It is important that our classrooms and curriculum engage students with both classic and current literature. By incorporating more young adult literature in your classroom through book clubs, lit circles, classroom library options and curriculum students can maintain or gain a love of reading from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

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  1. I have a huge library to which I add newly published titles on a regular basis. Students read 2 chapter books from my collection each year. One is realistic fiction, the other is historical. I have enough books for two classes of 25 kids (I teach English in a French immersion setting) to have their own different book. They regularly meet with their groups to discuss their books. Once they finish reading, they have higher order thinking tasks to complete. I have been doing this for years and it has been very successful.

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