An Introductory Lesson to Annotation The first time I heard the word “annotate,” I think I was in college. Back in high school, my teachers just told us to “mark up the text.” It’s funny, because I remember all of …
It’s time to plan on how we’re going to come back in January stronger and better prepared than ever!
Whether reading for the classroom or personal enjoyment, consider these key questions before beginning Thoreau’s essay.
We often ask our students to summarize events in the texts that they read—be they fiction or nonfiction. However, to truly help students gain a clear understanding of the texts, we need to move beyond summarizing and take their writing …
Let’s look at three key texts from the early moments from this period and how they laid the foundation for what would come.
New habits and options that help to make screen-reading as smooth and painless as possible.
Let’s look at four teaching approaches to help your students get the most out of Dickens’s classic tale.