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Butterfly Wings - A short story  The English Magazine

Written for the English Magazine by a very clever student

Make Your Own Magazine Cover - Superhero Party?

Make a fake magazine cover with your photos & custom headlines. Choose from magazine cover templates & create a unique personalized photo gift for any occasion.

Be lost in thought | English | Metal Magazine

Be lost in thought | English | Metal Magazine

This is what I'd like my front door to look like only with a wisteria instead.

CURB APPEAL – another great example of beautiful design. Roses round the cottage door.

Looking for fresh teaching ideas and resources for your English Language Arts middle school or high school classroom? Search no further than The Literary Maven, a blog written by a high school ELA teacher specializing in reading interventions. Read on for easy to implement ideas to make instruction in your classroom simpler and more effective.

#2ndaryELA Twitter Chat on Tuesday 4/24 Topic: Google Tools in the Classroom

Looking for fresh teaching ideas and resources for your English Language Arts middle school or high school classroom?

Working on our short stories, the editing process is important. Here are 8 editing tips for you when you are ready for the editing stage.

EDITING YOUR FIRST DRAFT: HOW TO PREPARE YOURSELF

School online high school Working on our short stories, the editing process is important. Here are 8 editing tips for you when you are ready for the editing stage.

This is a super cool idea!  Put some objects in the bag, and let kids pull one out to tell the next part of the story!  Some kids would REALLY look forward to this!

Story Bag- Place objects inside and have children draw one piece at a time and tell a story. Great practice for creative writing and possibly funny stories.

Reading comprehension: Who? What? Where? Kindergarten, 1st grade or 2nd grade reading- 15 cute short stories with related who, what, and where questions to answer $

Reading comprehension: Who? Kindergarten, grade or grade reading- 15 cute short stories with related who, what, and where questions to answer

Here’s where to get your short stories published — and most of these outlets pay.

Where to Submit Short Stories: 25 Magazines and Online Publications

We've all heard stories of people who look at a website mockup and say something like "It needs more pop!" or "Make it sleeker," without being specific about what they're looking for. It can be a pain, but this tongue-firmly-in-cheek graphic translates those phrases to language you can actually use.

This Graphic Translates Web Design Feedback into Plain English

Communicating between designer and client (or designer and internal project manager!) can involve odd ways of getting an idea across. Here's a funny cheat sheet for designers. Bright Bold Crap really pops!

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