How to make your students better writers with indirect characterization

How to flesh out your fictional characters, add juicy detail to your writing, and transform your bland story scenes into a meaty feast. It’s easier than it sounds…

An Escape Room Full of Spooky Secrets

Have fun this Halloween with an interactive escape room mystery based around INFERENCE!

ELA Monsters – How to Use Digital Boom Cards to Learn Figurative Language by Fighting Monsters

"The old tales tell of such wizardly barriers, which open not to a key such as ye can put in your pocket, but to a rhyme or a riddle's answer."Cecilia Dart-Thornton. The Ill-Made Mute. 2007. p. 245 I grew up reading folk tales where language was almost magical, and...

How you can use choice to instantly wake up your students and unlock their imagination

Arthur pulled his sword from the body of the beast. The villagers came out of hiding, carrying the wounded boy. What did Arthur do next?

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