English Teacher Toolbox

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Last updated 4 years ago

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Lesson Planning
Grade:
9,10,11,12

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English Teacher Toolbox

Teacher Toolbox- English

RemindRemind is a communication tool that lets teachers contact students & parents via text or email. Teachers can download the app on their iOS device, quickly set up an account, and then send mass texts to a group. In addition, the "number" from which the text is sent isn't the actual mobile number, protecting both student & teacher. Not necessarily to be integrated into a lesson, but rather to help teachers communicate safely and effectively.

SMS

Teacher Training Videos

Google Classroom Can be used for collaborative writing, specifically in a creative writing classDoctopus / GoobricAttaches a rubric to a google doc, allows teacher to grade rubric within the students’ Google Docs. Students can self-assess and peer editAnimotoCloud based video creation software. Students can create "movie trailers" for books they've read, in place of a traditional book report.

Cloud Based Applications

TwitterTwitter is an online social networking service that enables users to send and read short 140-character messages called "tweets". Registered users can read and post tweets, but those who are unregistered can only read them. Twitter can be used to start an online dialogue regarding material learned in class

Social Media

Remind Article

Remind Blog Post

Google Docs Presentation

Incorporating Video into Curriculum

Animoto Wiki

Using Twitter in the Classroom

CNN: Twitter in School

Twitter How-To Video

Attached Lesson Plan

KahootKahoot is a game-based learning platform where students respond to a series of multiple choice questions. Students can use any device with access to the internet, or download the app on their tablet, phone, or iPad. Can be used to review skills on an upcoming test.

Ways to Use Kahoot

Kahoot Review

Game Based Learning


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