You’re probably already familiar with eBooks, and how useful they can be. I mean, how else can you fit the entire Adventures of Tintin in your carry-on as you jet set off to France? Or, more than likely, bide your time between parents at the next PTA meeting. But did you know that eBooks are a great teaching tool, too?
As you already know, English (ELA) is a broad subject that encompasses a variety of topics including grammar, literature, reading, writing, vocabulary and more. Due to the nature of the discipline, there are thousands of great eBooks—but, which are the best?
That’s a great question!
You could take the time to carefully research and analyze each one, but I’ve already picked out 10 of the most useful titles for middle school and high school English (ELA).
Ten popular book-to-movie adaptations are reviewed for English Literature teachers - Animal Farm, Charlie & the Chocolate Factory, The Outsiders, Pride & Prejudice, Romeo & Juliet, War of the Worlds, To Kill a Mockingbird...
A list of the top 101 websites for English & Language Arts (ELA) chosen by real teachers from prominent LinkedIn groups.
So, Mr. or Ms. English teacher, do I get high marks for my use of alliteration in the title? Pretty fancy, eh?!
If you’re not impressed by THAT feat of literary genius, I hope you’ll at least give me an “A+” for putting together this list of 101 websites for English teachers. I did it by polling several of LinkedIn’s most prominent ELA groups over the course of a few months. As always, I hope you find something that’s new (and useful) to you!
Writing Prompts and Starters 1. The Story Starter This automatic generator comes up with over one trillion (no joke!) creative ideas for writers. It was named to Writer’s Digest Magazine’s list of 101 Best Websites for Writers in 2012.
2. Creative Writing Prompts When your students need inspiration, this site is the place to go. It features more than 300 detailed creative writing prompts, as well as journal ideas. You can also use the writing prompts as great warm-up activities each day.
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