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Unlock the magic of Shakespeare in your classroom with these 7 exciting teaching ideas! 🎭 From creative activities to innovative lesson plans, this blog post is a must-read for teachers looking to make studying Shakespeare fun and engaging. Perfect for introducing any unit on the Bard! #ShakespeareTeaching #EngagingEducation #TeacherResources

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6 Ways You Should Be Scaffolding Student Writing - It's Lit Teaching
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Enjoy Teaching Rhetorical Analysis (with these Strategies)
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10 Ideas for Planning Engaging Novel Units - Write on With Miss G
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25 Things You Didn’t Know Google Slides Could Do
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Teaching Rhetorical Analysis: The Rhetorical Analysis PAPA Square Activity - The Daring English Teacher
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Power Lesson: Note-Taking Stations
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Using Pixar Films in the ELA Classroom - English, Oh My!
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5 total participation techniques to make every student an active learner
5 total participation techniques to make every student an active learner. Persida and William Himmele share strategies that can boost student engagement in the classroom.