Teaching Tips – Language Arts

Welcome to Teaching Tip Tuesday!

Every week I share with you a tip that I hope you will find useful in your teaching.

You can visit the Teaching Tips Archive to see all of the tips in the order I have posted them over the years. Please check that page as I will continue to update it every week with the latest Teaching Tip.

This page is dedicated to Language Arts instruction. It will include tips and lessons that you can use in your classroom to teach reading, writing, oral communication, and media literacy.

Please bookmark this page and come back often. I will update it with any new tip I publish that has to do with Language Arts, otherwise known as English instruction. It will have tips about spelling, grammar, reading, writing, poetry, and anything else having to do with Language Arts.

You might also want to check my Pinterest page and, specifically, my Language Arts Board for more great ideas.

I hope you enjoy these Teaching Tips.

5 Minute Daily Language Activities
A New Cereal on the Bookshelf
Define Yourself: Word Collage
Fairy Tales
Get Them Writing
Guided Reading
Halloween Vowel Sounds
How a Glue Stick Works
Improvisational Stories
Jigsaw Listening
Letter Writing
Lighter or Darker Words
Literacy Strategy A.P.E. (guest post) 
Making Comics Online
Mutli-Syllabic Rhymes (Poetry)
Picture Prompts
Read Everything
Scaredy Squirrel Drama Lesson
Share a Story
The Book Whisperer – Get Your Students Reading
The Only Audio / Video Response Worksheet You’ll Ever Need
The Way You Speak Depends on the Situation
Using Pop Music
Unscramble, Write, and Draw
Visual (Drawing) Telephone
We Love Books Day
Word Hammers
Word Study Games

4 responses to “Teaching Tips – Language Arts”

  1. Hi Hilary,

    I'm working on organizing my Teaching Tip posts. I'm also grouping things together by them on Pinterest.

    It's good to be organized, right?

    Hope you are having a nice week!

  2. Hi Chase,
    I am currently writing an integrated program for my year 6's and our central question is 'how does communication connect us with others?'. So I look forward to looking at your ideas, as Language and literacy development is the subject I really want to focus on. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas. Hopefully I can do the same one day!

  3. Hi Nicole,

    You could write a guest post for this blog. I'm sure the readers would love to hear one of your tried and tested ideas. Think about it and get back to me if it is something you'd be interested in. Maybe after you give it a shot, you can start your own blog.