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Nikki Giovanni in the Classroom: "The same ol' danger but a brand new pleasure"

Grades   9 – 12  |  Professional Library

Nikki Giovanni in the Classroom: "The same ol' danger but a brand new pleasure"

The first volume in the NCTE High School Literature Series, this small, practical book features primary source materials including many of Giovanni's poems reprinted in full, easily adaptable lessons and activities, and a resource section for students and teachers wishing to study Giovanni further.

 

ROOTing Out Meaning: More Morphemic Analysis for Primary Pupils

Grades   K – 5  |  Professional Library

ROOTing Out Meaning: More Morphemic Analysis for Primary Pupils

Help students learn to construct meaning from word parts.

 

Research Matters: What Kinds of Classroom Discussion Promote Reading Comprehension?

Grades   8 – 12  |  Professional Library

Research Matters: What Kinds of Classroom Discussion Promote Reading Comprehension?

"Research Matters" provides teachers with review and application of research that illuminates the daily concerns and activities of English language arts teachers and classrooms.

 

Expanding Vision: Teaching Haiku

Grades   8 – 12  |  Professional Library

Expanding Vision: Teaching Haiku

Despite common misconceptions about haiku, there is a lively and vibrant haiku community throughout the United States and many other countries. Read this article for further discussion on the use of haiku in your own classroom.

 

Writing with Voice

Grades   5 – 9  |  Professional Library

Writing with Voice

Tom Romano leads students to allow themselves creative freedom while developing the patience to hone that first rush into a tight and effective piece of writing with voice.