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Secondary Back to School Resources

Secondary Back to School Resources


Annual Convention

Faces of Advocacy
Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia, November 17-20, 2016

Don't miss this opportunity to engage with authors and educators from across the country on topics important to you. Browse the Convention Preview and make your plans today!

Online Learning

Whether you are thinking about your own professional learning needs or responsible for planning with others, NCTE makes the resources easily accessible.

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Lesson Plans

The secondary level lesson plans from ReadWriteThink focus on back to school and creating classroom community with interactive student materials, Web resources, and ELA standards for classroom teachers.




Thumbnail for Making Curriculum Pop: Developing Literacies in All Content AreasMaking Curriculum Pop: Developing Literacies in All Content Areas by Pam Goble and Ryan R. Goble

Text Complexity: Supporting Student Readers by Anne Ruggles Gere, Elizabeth C. Homan, Christopher parsons, Ruth anna Spooner, and Chinyere Uzogara

Teaching YA Lit through Differentiated Instruction by Susan L. Groenke and Lisa Scherff

Supporting Students in a Time of Core Standards: Grades 9-12 by Sarah Brown Wessling, Crystal VanKooten and Danielle Lillge

These books are part of the Principles in Practice imprint:

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