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Free Virtual Literature Circles
Ms. Hunt recommends more than a half dozen free Web sites to use as the foundation for a project-based learning activity in which students collaborate to build their own Web sites.
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Pinning Grammar and Mechanics
This high school teacher uses humor to keep her students engaged with her grammar and mechanics lessons. She started a Pinterest board with examples of humorous, real-world grammar mistakes. Find out how she did it and how you might use Pinterest too.
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Teaching Visual Learners
When you speak to your class do your students hear what the Peanuts gang hear when adults talk? Ms. Mims has a good suggestion for breaking through the noise and reaching visual learners.
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