Welcome to the Language Arts Page. Here you will be able to connect to lesson plans which we hope will aid you in your teaching.
Language Arts Lessons.
Language Arts teachers from K-12 are invited to search these pages
containing individual lesson plans that integrate teaching Language
Arts with the use of various technologies: from the web, to
computer applications, to specialized software.
Returning To Nature Through Our Parks
This grade 11 English lesson links the theme of nature in
literature with information found online about national parks.
Also features the use of HyperStudio.
Reading/Language Arts: Web-Linked Lesson Plans For Grades 6-8
Although designed to complement Mcgraw-Hill School Division
educational materials, you will find lesson plans on various
topics which can be easily modified to meet your needs.
High School English Lessons
High school English teachers are invited to search these pages containing
individual lesson plans that integrate teaching English with the
use of word processors and their features, along with other
From "Link 2 Learn," this intermediate level lesson has students go
online to listen to speeches to learn about techniques of
persuasion, then they practice these skills.
The Amazing Alphabet.
From "Link 2 Learn," this primary level lesson has kids have fun
with their ABCs and learn that there are different ways of
representing the alphabet. Then they head online to play alphabet
games and learn about sign language.
Look Who's a Poet Now!
From "Link 2 Learn," this primary level lesson has kids go online to
read poems by other kids, and learn how to submit their poems to be
Wacky Web Tales
From "Link 2 Learn," after reviewing parts of speech, high school students
go online to complete wacky web tales.
Wish You Were Here!
From "Link 2 Learn," high school students read journal entries online, then
they choose their own destination on the web and write up their
own virtual adventures in journal form.
Literary Fan Club - grade 7.
This is one in a series of Web Quest Projects developed to
encourage students to research their favorite author through an
interdisciplinary approach that integrates art into the learning.