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  • Graffiti Brainstorm Teaching Strategy

    Using a graffiti brainstorm is great way to activate students’ knowledge about a topic of study. How Does The Graffiti Brainstorm Teaching Strategy Work? Create stations by posting several topics/questions/ideas (related…

  • Students find determining what's important challenging. Use this strategy to increase their confidence.

    What’s Important Teaching Strategy

    The what’s important teaching strategy is a fantastic way to help students learn. It can be hard for students to determine what’s important in their classroom readings. Use this strategy to…

  • Full Year Lesson Plans For Middle School ELA from 2 Peas and a Dog

    Full Year Lesson Plans For Middle School ELA

    Are you looking for full-year lesson plans for middle school ELA? Finding quality middle school lesson plans can be a challenge. Many things online are either too young for this age…

  • Use the jigsaw teaching strategy to engage your students and give them more ownership of their learning.

    Jigsaw Teaching Strategy

    The Jigsaw teaching strategy gives students more ownership of the learning process and they must learn content and teach it to their peers. How Does The Jigsaw Teaching Strategy Work? Divide…

  • Use the chalk talk teaching strategy to get your whole class sharing their ideas.

    Chalk Talk Teaching Strategy

    The chalk talk teaching strategy is a great teaching technique to get the whole class sharing their ideas. This teaching strategy could also be called a silent discussion.  How Does The…

  • Use these June lesson plans for middle school ELA classes to help reduce your planning workload from 2 Peas and a Dog. #lessonplans #middleschoolELA #englishlanguagearts #middleschool

    June Lesson Plans for Middle School ELA

    June has arrived and you made it! You can use these June lesson plans for middle school ELA and end the year on a strong note. Remember you are just as…