Language Arts

Articles: Language Arts

Nancy Mann Jackson
Students at Cherokee County School District use Pearson’s WriteToLearn to help them become better writers.
Computers advance as writing assessment tool that saves teachers time
Jessica Terrell
Giving students a chance to practice academic English can be a part of any subject lesson, she says. And that’s where ESL instructors can play an important role by becoming peer coaches for classroom teachers, says John Segota, TESOL’s associate executive director for public policy.
Embedding reading across curriculum will be key topic at upcoming ILA conference
Angela Pascopella
Software can assess narrative, organization and purpose of an essay
Nancy Mann Jackson
Birmingham Public Schools use ETS’ Criterion as a learning and teaching tool. Students get immediate feedback on grammar and mechanics, as well as links to exemplary writing with detailed techniques to improve.
Experts to share thoughts about how administrators can address writing assessment concerns

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