Interactive Language Arts - a blog dedicated to presenting the best resources for integrating technology into middle and high school Language Arts classrooms–for blending traditional literacy instruction with technology literacy instruction.
Each Friday we post three Common Core-aligned reading and writing tasks inspired by New York Times reporting and opinion pieces, and classroom-designed and tested by teachers Sarah Gross and Jonathan Olsen and their ninth grade humanities students.
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