High school activities
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for High school activities. Get inspired and try out new things.
With my yearbook and journalism classes, I want to make sure that all of my staffers and editors feel like an equal, important part of our little classroom community that we are building. And what is so tough is that at the start of a new year, these types of publications classes start out somewhat divided. The newer students are trying to learn all of the basics, essentially they are trying to fly an airplane as they build it from scratch! And while that happens, the returning editors are…
Soccerberry saved to Indoor fun
Here are the 5 most powerful activities for first day of high school that will liven up your class and eliminate the boredom.
Missy Ballenger saved to education
Engaging ways to incorporate movement into your secondary ELA lesson plans. Ideal for the middle school or high school classroom, these teaching strategies are a sure-fire way to get your students moving. #secondaryELA #teacher #lessonplans
Teach students to use They Say, I Say summary and response essay writing to join academic conversation. These questions will help students be successful…
iteachtech saved to Great Tech Minds
The best "icebreaker" activity for high school students (who hate icebreaker activities). Get a jump start on creating a bond with your students.
Marianne Steverson saved to Teaching Ideas
Hands-on learning isn't just for younger students! These hands-on activities for middle and high schoolers will help older students enjoy learning and stay actively engaged in the process.
Too many classroom icebreakers require students to take big social risks with people they barely know. Or they don't really help students get to know each other. Or they are just plain cheesy.
Kate Dibble saved to Counseling
A summer program helps San Francisco high school students get back on track academically – and gives them an introduction to higher education and jobs. “What I took from this program is confidence,” one student said. “If you really want something, there should be no reason you can’t go out and get it.”
Stephanie Younger saved to Education
Engage your students and help break the ice at the start of a new semester. This blog post includes four ways to include escape rooms in the secondary ELA classroom. Engage your middle school ELA and high school English students in escape room activities by incorporating them into your instruction as ELA Test Prep, a class novel review activity, a way to introduce lessons, and a back-to-school ice breaker. Middle School Escape Room Activities | High School Escape Rooms | ELA Escape Room
The Daring English Teacher saved to TpT Blogs
A word wall is a great interactie tool in the ELA classroom to teach middle school and high school students vocabulary and literary terms. This post has ideas and activities that make a word wall effective in a Language Arts classroom. Plus, you can download a free template for a QR-Code word wall making it easy to create in your classroom!
Jennifer Stutesman saved to ELA