Shakespeare’s Birthday

Happy 454th   Birthday, Will! April 23rd is the day many celebrate the birth of William Shakespeare, one of the more widely read dramatists of all times.This year is his 454th! Prepare your students to understand Elizabethan society a little better. Have a go with your students and have them take…

OKAY LATE Pass

MAKE IT EASY ON YOURSELF   High school and college students often have complex schedules. Events in and out of school that are beyond their control can cause them to skip assignments or endure penalties for late ones. The issue may arise due to sports, arts, a big project in another class, work, family, or…

Digital Storytelling

Cross-Curricular Writing Teachers in elective courses sometimes struggle to design lessons that teach the content and skills of their courses when students are challenged by the demands of the required courses. Consider drawing on content matter from other courses as you teach the information and skills related to your course. Here's…

Summer Institute on Assessment

Still time to register and attend!   Institute on Critical Issues: Assessment July 17-19, 2014 No matter the status of your school assessment plans, the Institute on Critical Issues: Assessment provides a phenomenal opportunity to write, review, or critique them. The Institute, with its focus on assessment for school leaders and teachers, offers you the…

Summer Institute 2014 on Assessment

Assessment, Evaluation, Assessment Need time to expand your understanding of options for teacher evaluation, student evaluation and curriculum design evaluation? Come to Conference on English Leadership's Summer Institute on Critical Issues. This year the feature is ASSESSMENT and we'll be meeting July 17-19 on Elmhurst College campus, (near Chicago) to…

Writing Convincing Arguments

Writing Convincing Arguments* "You cannot convince a confused person, so keep things tidy and ordered." Reading Critically "When you read, ask yourself questions like “What is the author trying to prove?” “What is the author assuming I will agree with?” Do you agree with the author? Does the author adequately…
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