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The perfect place for students to learn how and to practice critical reading, writing, arguing, and even listening is the high school English classroom. Here are 10 different high school English lessons and skills that teachers should teach in 2023!
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In today’s society, it is important that students can use their critical thinking skills in their everyday lives. The perfect place for students to learn how and to practice critical reading, writing, arguing, and even listening is the high school English classroom. Here are 10 critical high school English lessons and skills that teachers should be teaching their students!

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Julia Purrington
Reading, High School, High School Reading, English Teacher Classroom, English Lesson Plans, School Reading, High School Books, High School Literature, High School Language Arts

Are you looking for books to use in your high school classroom that will actually engage your students? High school novels aren’t always the easiest to choose, especially when you have a group of students who are reluctant readers. Try a few of these suggestions for novels to teach in high school English that will keep your students excited about reading.

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Krista Diraffaele-Ayers
High School, Gatsby, Reading, High School Literature, High School Reading, Alternative Education High School, High School Lesson Plans, High School Language Arts, High School Literacy

I've always been of the opinion that high school English classes should run a True Crime unit. There is a reason mystery is one of the highest selling genres in print and on screen. True crime is a captivating form of storytelling that provides students with the opportunity to delve into the past while exercising

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Melissa Reynolds
Middle School English, Middle School Ela, Composition, High School, Reading, Literature Lessons, Teaching High School, Teaching Tips, Intervention

If books are a uniquely portable magic, then podcasts are the wizard in your pocket. When you find interesting podcasts for teens that they want to listen to, you will open up a whole new world of literacy for secondary students. Did you know that podcast listeners are 29% more likely to have a household ... Read More about Why You Should Be Using Podcasts in Secondary ELA

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Erin and Elise MichenerFreiberg
Teaching with games in the classroom is not just “fluff.” Middle school and high school English teachers, learn how you can reinforce core English language arts skills AND engage students with games like Goosechase, Superfight, and more! #highschoolenglish #englishlanguagearts #middleschoolela #ela High School, Middle School Ela, English, Anchor Charts, Middle School English Language Arts, Literacy Games Middle School, Middle School Language Arts, Secondary School English, Language Arts Activities Middle School

Teaching with games in the classroom is not just “fluff.” Middle school and high school English teachers, learn how you can reinforce core English language arts skills AND engage students with games like Goosechase, Superfight, and more! #highschoolenglish #englishlanguagearts #middleschoolela #ela

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Kathleen Tysinger