Cagle Post- Cartoons & Commentary
Great website full of political cartoons!
tags: socialstudies politics comics PoliticalCartoons humor history worldhistory
John Green’s Gatsby – YouTube
Adolescent Literacy Research & Reports | AdLit.org
tags: literacy curriculum adolescent
Education Week Teacher: Confessions of a New NBCT
Great to use with Hamlet!
tags: hamlet shakespeare
The 5 Worst Typos Ever – YouTube
tags: proofreading writingprocess
The Shakespeare industry — still booming after all these years
Great ideas for starting a Shakespeare unit!
tags: shakespeare romeo and juliet hamlet
Shakespeare: Brief and Naughty – YouTube
Great article to use w/ LoF
tags: lord of the flies lordoftheflies
Index of Early Medieval Maps
tags: cartography medieval maps worldhistory
Social Media Propaganda Posters by Aaron Wood | Design Milk
tags: media propaganda posters socialmedia
PowerPoints and Handouts – Mrs. McManus’s Website
tags: powerpoints handouts website creativenonfiction
Philip Gerard: Excerpt from What They Don’t Tell You About Hurricanes
tags: hurricanes creativenonfiction
Sample Creative Nonfiction Rubric
tags: rubric rubrics creativenonfiction
Lauren McLaughlin & Scott Westerfeld Take the SAT | Figment Blog
tags: SAT SATWriting writing writing tips
Paris Review – Document: The Symbolism Survey, Sarah Funke Butler
A 16 yr old writes to authors to question their use of symbolism in their works and receives answers from 75 of them.
tags: symbolism primaryresearch primarydocument
Hamlet’s “To be, or not to be” Soliloquy.wmv – YouTube
tags: hamlet youtube
Former Rutgers student says software detecting plagiarism was wrong when it flagged her work, caused her to fail | NJ.com
An example of plagiarism in college.
tags: plagiarism research paper
Assessing Reflective Journal Writing – Questions for students
Great reflection questions for students. Would be interesting to use a few times per marking period.
tags: reflection metacognition metawriting
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