Middle school literature
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Middle school literature. Get inspired and try out new things.
A selection of the best books for 7th and 8th grade compiled by cross-referencing multiple authoritative sources. Great books for 12, 13, and 14 year olds. via @researchparent
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An updated list of books that covers the intense social, political, and other changes of the last few years.
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Middle School Books Recommended by Teachers https://www.readingandwritinghaven.com/middle-school-books-recommended-by-teachers/
10 ways to make novel units engaging for middle or high school students #highschoolela #novelunits
Ready to start a book club with your middle school students? Here are ideas, titles, and activities for literature circles. #bookclub #literaturecircle #reading #lessonplan
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One of the toughest parts of teaching middle school English is choosing which books to recommend to each reader. In this age group, reading ability AND student maturity vary widely. Further, adults tend to disagree about which books are "appropriate" for middle school, so YA fiction with mature content can be risky. In this post, 17 teachers have each recommended at least one novel that is addictive and appropriate for middle school. Addictive: Not all of these will have constant explosions…
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She's a reader. There's no denying that.She's also quite driven. At only 11, she has already chosen her desired college, major, and minor. And while I recognize that at eleven her opinions and plans m
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After spending 20 years in the ELA classroom, I have read more than my fair share of YA novels out loud to my students. Not only does reading aloud foster...
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Teaching Roald Dahl's Short Story The Landlady is my favorite lesson of the year. It’s such a powerful story to read during October or any time of year!
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Call them what you may: literature circles, book clubs, literature study, etc., getting students in a small group of their peers to discuss a book that they're all reading is one of the most enjoyable
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