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Category: Reading

Get Students Excited About Reading

It is important to get students excited about reading. One way to build their excitement is to have them create unboxing videos. Have you ever watched an unboxing video?  You know, those videos where someone opens a package on camera. And that’s it. That’s the video.  Though it may seem

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Books For Middle School Reluctant Readers

It can be a challenge to find engaging books for middle school reluctant readers. This blog post provides a list of possible novels that will capture your students’ attention and encourage them to keep reading. This blog post contains affiliate links that are of no cost to the reader. If

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Lit Launch Reading Engagement Workshop

Is reading engagement something your students struggle with? Lit Launch is an online workshop that will help teachers transform their reading lessons in just 3 hours. Teachers will learn how to craft engaging lessons that help students develop a love of reading. Teachers can work at their own pace and

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How To Make Reading Fun

It is important to make reading fun when you are lesson planning. By its very nature, reading is a part of every literature classroom, but not all students inherently love to read.  Making reading fun, though, is one of the best ways to encourage reading engagement in your students.  Today,

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Reading engagement is vital to the success of students. Learn about four different creative reading lessons.

Creative Reading Lessons

It can be a challenge to find rigorous yet creative reading lessons. Reading engagement is vital to the success of students.  While some students find ways to develop this engagement independently, the vast majority of students have improved outcomes when you help them develop it. Today let’s talk about four

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4 Reasons to Teach Short Stories

Teachers might feel like they need reasons to teach short stories in lieu of or in addition to novels. Short stories often hold an interesting place in language arts classes.  While some teachers do focus on them as a specific unit, many of us use them as fillers or a

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How To Prepare To Teach A New Novel

It can be a daunting task to think about preparing to teach a new novel. Whether it is because you have a new job, the curriculum at your school changes, or you just need a change of pace and pick a fresh novel to use in your classes, preparing to

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