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Most ela teachers feel like they don't have enough time to get everything done that they need to get done. That's why every podcast episode of the Teaching ELA Podcast has a goal to get you something you can use right now, tomorrow, or a week from next Tuesday. That means you can leave on time today and still have a great lesson for tomorrow.Welcome to the Teaching ELA podcast where I help ELA teachers thrive in and out of the classroom. In this podcast I discuss real teaching for real class ...
 
Do you find yourself seeking new ideas when it comes to literacy instruction in elementary classrooms? The Literacy Dive is a podcast that offers actionable steps and information for ELA teachers. The host, Megan Polk from The Literacy Dive, shares literacy tips and strategies she has learned from her years of experience as an elementary teacher and literacy specialist. Dive in with us every Monday for a new episode on various literacy topics!
 
We believe that the only way to have a fulfilling life is to stay true to who you really are. To us that means building self-confidence, self-worth and resilience as well as accepting yourself for who you are. Virtually Unbreakable is a podcast dedicated to empowering you to live a happier and a more fulfilling life. We will offer inspiring advice on how to build positive self-image and confidence, become resilient, change your limiting beliefs, learn to set boundaries, improve your relation ...
 
Math people get to have all the fun. So, here is a podcast for the rest of us. From classroom technology to standardized testing, My ELA Class covers the topics that matter to ELA teachers. And we might even let the math people listen in too.
 
Teaching literature in high school is about connecting the past, the present, and the future with the imagination. The study of literature can be fun, relevant, and meaningful for all students if we focus on inspiring creative and curious thinkers and writers. This podcast will deal with new technologies, consciousness, identity, love, classroom culture, omniscient narration, rhythm, and all the other topics related to teaching English. Visit www.theteachersworkshop.com to find more resource ...
 
What we don’t know about American history hurts us all. Teaching Hard History begins with the long legacy of slavery and reaches through Reconstruction, Jim Crow, and the civil rights movement into the present day. Brought to you by Learning for Justice (formerly Teaching Tolerance) and hosted by Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries and Dr. Bethany Jay, Teaching Hard History brings us the lessons we should have learned in school through the voices of scholars and educators. It’s great advice for teacher ...
 
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Foreshadowing in literature is hints given by the author of what will happen later. To demonstrate mastery of foreshadowing in literature, students must achieve five levels of understanding: They must be able to define foreshadowing – Level 1 is simple memorization. It is possible for students (or even a really smart monkey) to recite the definitio…
 
Terry Hamill is a professional networker and the National Director for BNI Portugal. BNI is the World’s Largest Professional Business and Referral Organisation. It is present in more than 73 countries and has more than 285 thousand entrepreneurs and professionals. At BNI, Terry is known as a ‘global super-connector.’ In conversation with Ela Crain,…
 
Throughout our school day, teachers face a variety of challenges from a variety of different components. Some of them we can control, but some of them we can’t. One of the challenges teachers face is teaching writing to students. Although we can’t control every aspect of our literacy block or the skills students come to us with, we can start to cha…
 
“Masque of the Red Death” is one of those stories that became more relevant around March of 2020 with the Covid-19 pandemic. Plagues and pandemics have not only been a part of human history, but in many cases they have changed history. We are fortunate today that we have communication and medical capabilities that limit the effect of pandemics and …
 
Caesar has ample information to ascertain there is a viable threat against his life, so why does he not heed these warnings? It’s because of pride. He thinks he’s untouchable. He thinks that his decrees carry the force of god. How are we like Caesar? Do we listen those who are “beneath” us or do we think we’re too good to listen to the advice of ou…
 
Why teach foreshadowing in Literature? Teaching foreshadowing in short stories may cover the following Common ELA Standards. RL.9-10.1 Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text. RL.9-10.2 Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail i…
 
Charles Dickens’ father was a pay clerk in a navy office. Because of financial difficulties, the family moved about until they settled in Camden Town, a poor neighborhood in London, England. At the age of twelve Charles worked with working-class men and boys in a factory that handled "blacking," or shoe polish. While his father was in debtor's pris…
 
Today’s quote comes from David Copperfield, a novel I first read in college when I was going through my read everything by Charles Dickens phase. Young David Copperfield meets Mr. Micawber who has many a problem with money; that is, he has no ability nor desire to manage his money well, always incurring debts and never able to pay them off, landing…
 
TOPICS IN THIS EPISODE Why do so many women struggle with their mental health ? What are common themes when it comes to self-care in women? Five top tips on how we can improve ? HELPFUL LINKS About the Host - Ela Senghera About the Guest - Giulia Dallas & Book Appointment My Website - Virtually Unbreakable Our FB page & YouTube Channel Audiobook Te…
 
Can you fight depression without medication? Could there be a natural path to relieve anxiety? In this episode, Ela Crain invites two holistic psychiatrists into a conversation — Rani Bora and Suraj Gogoi. Suraj and Rani have been self-employed as ‘Holistic Wellbeing Consultants for Professionals and Entrepreneurs’ for 14 years. They work to dispel…
 
With so many “buzzwords” circling through the educational world, it’s hard to keep them all straight. What do they mean? How is this different from what I’m already doing in the classroom? What type of activities do I need to be implementing in order for my students to be successful? All of these questions can relate to the idea of orthographic map…
 
Grupo de Telegram https://bit.ly/3fAAXAFCanal principal YouTube:https://youtube.com/user/malabonabcn/REPLACE_WITH_ID?sub_confirmation=1Mis libros:•Fútbol B http://amzn.to/3A8MaC5•Ulises, diario de un futbolistapobre https://amzn.to/33ldReD•Mentor, la 6 motivaciones fundamentales de las personas https://amzn.to/3A5AyQe•La cara amable del fútbol http…
 
Durante un año he tenido un bulto de grasa en la frente. Esto es lo que he aprendido. Grupo de Telegram https://bit.ly/3fAAXAFCanal principal YouTube:https://youtube.com/user/malabonabcn/REPLACE_WITH_ID?sub_confirmation=1Mis libros:•Fútbol B http://amzn.to/3A8MaC5•Ulises, diario de un futbolistapobre https://amzn.to/33ldReD•Mentor, la 6 motivacione…
 
TOPICS IN THIS EPISODE How do we prepare for a new relationship? What are the most common mistakes we make when looking for a partner? How to ensure we stay independent and happy regardless of our circumstances? HELPFUL LINKS About the Host - Ela Senghera About the Guest - Anna Prusinska My Website - Virtually Unbreakable Our FB page & YouTube Chan…
 
Qué espero cuando subo un audio. Tengo muchos grabados, pero luego no los saco por desidia. Grupo de Telegram https://bit.ly/3fAAXAFCanal principal YouTube:https://youtube.com/user/malabonabcn/REPLACE_WITH_ID?sub_confirmation=1Mis libros:•Fútbol B http://amzn.to/3A8MaC5•Ulises, diario de un futbolistapobre https://amzn.to/33ldReD•Mentor, la 6 motiv…
 
Love, marriage, a healthy sex life, raising children… Do you feel like fitting it all together is too much pressure? Then join us! Our host Ela Crain interviewed Barbara Carrellas to get some tips for you. Barbara is a sex educator, accredited through the American College of Sexologists. She’s also the author of several books on sexuality, spiritua…
 
Small group instruction is a big part of a teacher’s literacy block and being able to work with students on certain skills. But the question always seems to be, what different types of activities can I do with my students during that time, especially when working with texts? In today’s (100th 🥳) episode, I’m sharing how to keep students engaged by …
 
There are many websites that feature poetry film and poets reading their poems in front of a live audience. Students are more likely to get interested in poetry if they can see and hear it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scott-cameron6/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scott-cameron6/support…
 
Hoy puedo anunciar que ya no tengo agujetas. Han sido unos días en los que he tenido molestias severas que podrían haber estado rozando la lesión. Pero es bueno porque de esta manera uno valora el buen estado de salud. Grupo de Telegram https://bit.ly/3fAAXAFCanal principal YouTube:https://youtube.com/user/malabonabcn/REPLACE_WITH_ID?sub_confirmati…
 
TOPICS IN THIS EPISODE How do we all take part in creating our future? What are the steps to obtaining our desired future goals? How can visualisation help? HELPFUL LINKS About the Host - Ela Senghera My Website - Virtually Unbreakable Our FB page & YouTube Channel Audiobook Teach Your Kids to Build a Positive Self -Image Audiobook Mental Health Gu…
 
Después de unos días atrofiado por las agujetas, vuelvo a sentirme bien. Grupo de Telegram https://bit.ly/3fAAXAFCanal principal YouTube:https://youtube.com/user/malabonabcn/REPLACE_WITH_ID?sub_confirmation=1Mis libros:•Fútbol B http://amzn.to/3A8MaC5•Ulises, diario de un futbolistapobre https://amzn.to/33ldReD•Mentor, la 6 motivaciones fundamental…
 
Small group instruction is an important and necessary part of your day. It’s a great opportunity to reteach and practice a variety of reading skills with a smaller group of students. I thought I had mastered small group instruction, until I accidentally stopped what I had planned, and it worked out for the better! So in today’s episode, I’m sharing…
 
Can you imagine signing up for a sport where every 1 out of 60 participants die? BASE jumping is probably the most dangerous sport in the world. It has 43-times higher injury/death rate than skydiving, paragliding and other forms of parachuting. And our guest today, Wingsuit Pilot Jeb Corliss, has been BASE jumping for 25 years now. With over 2,000…
 
The biggest challenge ELA teachers face year to year is how to get to students to not only read the novels we assign, but to love reading them. Here are some tips to inspire students to love reading. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scott-cameron6/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scott-cameron6/support…
 
TOPICS IN THIS EPISODE What are addictions and why do we adopt them? How can we establish healthier ways of coping? HELPFUL LINKS About the Host - Ela Senghera About the Guest - Anna Prusinska My Website - Virtually Unbreakable Our FB page & YouTube Channel Audiobook Teach Your Kids to Build a Positive Self -Image Audiobook Mental Health Guide for …
 
I’m so excited about today’s episode because it’s a topic that I haven’t discussed in almost 100 episodes, but is so important and relevant in our world today. That topic is multimedia in a 21st century classroom. Now, you might think you know what all of this entails, but some concepts discussed might surprise you. To help me dive in, I have guest…
 
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TOPICS IN THIS EPISODE How to identify Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder When to look for help? How to best support children and youth diagnosed with ADHD ? HELPFUL LINKS About the Host - Ela Senghera About my Guest - Andy Wiener My Website - Virtually Unbreakable Our FB page & YouTube Channel Audiobook Teach Your Kids to Build a Positive Se…
 
Bringing you descriptive writing strategies has been like Christmas morning to me, and today might be my favorite strategy of them all. Have you guessed it yet? It’s figurative language! In the last episode in the series about descriptive writing, I’m sharing my favorite and effective figurative language strategies. First, let’s get on the same pag…
 
TOPICS IN THIS EPISODE Real reason we don’t get what we want What is our role in creating our future? How the power of positive expectations can change anything HELPFUL LINKS About the Host - Ela Senghera My Website - Virtually Unbreakable Our FB page & YouTube Channel Audiobook Teach Your Kids to Build a Positive Self -Image Audiobook Mental Healt…
 
After teaching high school for 20 years, I was a little nervous about my new middle school teaching assignment. Then I realized it’s kind of the same as teaching high school, except students are smaller and the stories are different. The skills, however, remain the same–just at a different level. And of course the learning target stays the same: “I…
 
Do you have students who are constantly using bland and boring words in their writing? I know I sure do! I’m continuing our series on descriptive writing, but if you haven’t listened to the first two episodes in the series, Episode 94 and Episode 95, be sure to do that now. In today’s episode, I’m focusing on providing excellent word choice strateg…
 
I’ll be honest. I usually stop reading Julius Caesar after Act 3 and show the movie for Acts 4 and 5 because everything after act 3 is just falling action. And there’s a lot of falling. Takeaways I’m not sure the play’s worth teaching/reading after Act III. There are a couple good movies you can show on YouTube to give students the ending they crav…
 
Takeaways Habits create our future. What type of future are your habits creating? Consistent exercise will change your life. Start small, master it, go less small. Resources Benefits of Exercise Blog Post https://thehighlyeffectiveteacher.com/how-exercise-boosts-teacher-wellbeing/ Free Video Course Sign Up : https://forms.aweber.com/form/34/1733538…
 
Shakespeare makes it clear that Caesar was a very popular ruler of Rome. It’s also clear that Mark Antony uses this to incite the people to rebellion. But does the literature represent reality? Act III is one of the greatest acts in the history of drama, full of famous lines, such as “ET tu Brute?” but one must look to Marc Antony for the greatest …
 
TOPICS IN THIS EPISODE How to create resilience in children? Why do we all need a positive self esteem ? HELPFUL LINKS About the Host - Ela Senghera My Website - Virtually Unbreakable Our FB page & YouTube Channel Audiobook Teach Your Kids to Build a Positive Self -Image Audiobook Mental Health Guide for Busy Mums Support the show…
 
Today’s quote of the day is one of Shakespeare’s most famous lines, which naturally makes it one of the most famous quotes in Literature. Quote: Caesar: Cowards die many times before their deaths; / The valiant never taste of death but once. / Of all the wonders that I yet have heard, / It seems to me most strange that men should fear, / Seeing tha…
 
Caesar has good reason to worry about Cassius and if Cassius was his only threat, he would have survived the assassination plot. It’s the threats he couldn’t see that lead to his death. Those threats include his best friend Brutus and other noble Romans. So what are we overlooking as we prepare for the upcoming school year? We can prepare for known…
 
On this podcast I’ve discussed various components of descriptive writing, several techniques, and the importance of instilling the writing process in your students. Today’s episode is essential to student writing, as it is the key to engaging the reader right away and wrapping it up in a conclusive way. I’m sharing strategies for writing leads and …
 
In today’s episode of the Teaching ELA Podcast, I discuss the one habit that changed my life. I know that sounds like a bit of hyperbole--because it is--but if you do this one thing before you leave school today (and every other day), you’ll sleep better at night, feel a lot less stress, and be present when you’re with the people you care about mos…
 
The first time I read Catcher in the Rye, I liked and felt bad for Holden Caufield. The second time I read it, I couldn’t stand Holden Caufield and was happy about his demise. These contradictory feelings toward one of American Literature’s most famous protagonists is in line with Caufield’s contradictory feelings toward just about everything. Link…
 
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