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|Grades 11 - 12|
Resources for Grades 11 – 12
From texts to e-mails to websites, teens may not realize how much they read and write every day. Help them understand—and make the most of—the reading and writing they do outside of school.
|Activities & Projects|
Engage teens in this activity in which they use photographs to examine and write about courage on a blog.
Work with a teen to create a wiki with everything people should know about the teen’s top ten favorite songs—and your favorite songs as well! Then invite friends to add their favorite songs too.
|Games & Tools|
The Flip Book allows users to type and illustrate tabbed flip books up to ten pages long.
|Tips & How To's|
Once a piece of writing has been revised and major changes have been made, writers edit to make certain that readers won't be confused or distracted by unintentional errors. Read on to learn how to begin editing a piece of writing!
This printout helps young writers focus on characteristics of well-written children’s picture storybooks and what makes them unique.
Readers of picture books and graphic novels know that visual images sometimes tell a story in a way that words cannot. Tune in to hear about newly-published middle grade and young adult fiction, graphic novels, biographies, travel memoirs, and informational books, all of which use visual material in ways that enrich the text’s meaning.
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