Set Up Your ELA Classroom So Students can LOVE Reading
Get a breakdown of exactly what it takes to set up your ELA classroom RIGHT NOW so that students can overcome their aversion to reading instead of scrambling at the last minute and just fighting students tooth and nail to give new books a try.
(Even if you have no idea where to start, zero confidence in the content, and a serious allergy to all things organization/planning).
Consider this free workbook a collection of shortcuts and best practices designed to get you to the destination of your teacher dreams…
Students who are engaged in the stories and books of your classroom?
Lessons that students are actively involved in, not just you talking at them?
A classroom culture that you love and wake up excited to walk into each day?
Confidence that you’re doing more than just preparing students for a test, but preparing them for life?GET THE FREE WORKBOOK
In the 5 Steps to Help High School Students Not Hate Reading you’ll get:
5 Steps to Set up your course and prepare your ELA classroom so that a love of reading is built into each of your students with a fun and engaging classroom environment.
Links to templates and additional resources you’ll be able to take and make your own so that you don’t have to create items from scratch.
The expert advice and content coaching wisdom from English Language Arts rockstar, Emily Fox, an 8-year ELA Teacher and former reading hater!
A Note from Emily
(think of me as your mentor and new content coach 😀)
Whether you were just told yesterday that you’re taking on this beast of a course, you have no idea where or how you’ll get students on board to voluntarily read, or you’re teaching this course on a figurative island with colleagues who don’t want to collaborate or be innovative, I want you to know that I’m here for you.
I’ve been there, and I want to help.
My own journey in the English Language Arts classroom started with forcing reading on my reluctant students. But after encouraging innovation with my team of ELA teachers, building up a fun, reading-focused classroom environment, and overhauling the curriculum of our course, I’ve got the experience and expertise to share. My goal was and is that we can connect with our students in the content and reading without being bogged down by our to-do list. Your journey in helping your high school students love to read starts right here.
I’ve condensed my tried and true strategies from years of building reading-lovers into this free teacher workbook with one goal: to help heart-driven, new ELA teachers like you build the reading-focused classroom of your dreams all while preserving your personal time so you can stay in the classroom longer, having more impact with your students.
Trust me, if you can get yourself a teaching degree while maintaining your voracious reading habit, you can easily become a rockstar in helping your students love reading as much as you do. Ready to get started?
Grab your favorite highlighter and flair pen and get ready to dig in.
See you soon!