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american english file
second edition tests (levels starter to 3 only)
there are new tests available for the second edition of american english file, with each level testing a different element of the course. these tests will be updated regularly, so be sure to check back often.
this website allows teachers to access vocabulary, reading, and writing resources, organize their lessons, use their common core-aligned english language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies resources, find and share lesson ideas and more. you can check out the:
use the quick find feature to quickly locate specific content, e-books, articles, and more. you can also search the entire collection of teachers and writers a-z for lesson ideas, lesson plans, lesson tips, and more.
this resource offers teachers a collection of more than 400 websites in english, mathematics, science, social studies, and language arts aligned to the common core state standards. teachers can search for online lesson plans, lesson activities, and activities for students and more. download the free common core and state standards reference guide at the bottom of this page for additional lesson plans, activities, and lesson units for each grade level.
the updated alanacommon core online offers lesson plans, lesson units, and activities aligned to the common core state standards. the resource is searchable, and allows teachers to quickly locate specific content. access to digital, print, and classroom resources is offered in both english and spanish. download the alanacommon core 2.0 to access all the resources in the online version, as well as the original, award-winning, alanacommon core.
Engaging in Banned Books Week is a way of bringing attention to censorship while still promoting the value of freedom of expression. Studies have found that lists of banned books can reinforce negative attitudes about minorities, promote stereotypes about what kinds of people read certain types of books, and have adverse impact on young children and their education.
During Banned Books Week, various activities are undertaken to raise awareness of the dangers of censorship. Advocacy is done by publishing lists of banned books, and encouraging teachers and librarians to protect the freedom to read. People who are concerned about this issue are encouraged to share these lists and to take other steps to help ensure books receive wide and honest readings in our schools.
Plug-ins, built-in resources, quizzes, and other interactive lessons and exercises for American English File 4. This course is an upgrade of American English File and includes all the resources needed for the entire second half of the course. This is a high-interest but manageable course. The course also includes a YouTube review video from my semester-long course. If you would like to learn more about my “Virtual Seminar” that I created for those who are teaching American English File 3, as well as my online tutorials and support in learning this course, visit my website.
American English File 4 has been thoroughly updated and revised for the 2012-2013 academic year. It is a full-length course, 1-hour online and in-person at a 2-hour seminar, that covers all 6 units of the essential knowledge and language skills in the new 4-year AYP-2011 standards for the English Language Arts in grades K-5.