Intros: What and where do you teach? Include a link to your blog if you have one. #2ndaryELA
Q1: Is teaching Shakespeare a part of your curriculum? Which play(s)? #2ndaryELA
Q2: What literary terms, themes, or topics do you focus on? #2ndaryELA
Q3: How do you make connections between modern day and the settings and issues of Shakespeare’s plays? #2ndaryELA
Q4: How do you help students who struggle with the language used in Shakespeare’s original texts? #2ndaryELA
Q5: What other plays do you teach? Any you would strongly recommend? Why? #2ndaryELA
1. Log into Twitter on Tuesday from .
2. Search for tweets with the hashtag #2ndaryELA in the search bar. Make sure to click “All tweets.”
3. Introductions are for the first 5 minutes.
4. Starting at 8:05 (@literarymaven or @2peasandadog) will post questions every 5 minutes using the format Q1, Q2, Q3, etc. and the hashtag #2ndaryELA.
5. Respond to questions using the format A1, A2, A3, etc. with #2ndaryELA.
6. Follow any teachers responding and who are also using #2ndaryELA.
7. Like and respond to other teachers’ tweets.
New to chats? Here are the rules:
1. Stay on topic & stay positive!
2. Please do not post or promote paid products unless specifically asked.
3. If you arrive late, try to look through other posts before beginning.
4. Feel free to just read, like, and/or retweet.
5. Always use our hashtag #2ndaryELA, including in your replies to others.
6. Make sure your twitter feed is set to public. (Also keep in mind that Twitter is completely public – that means students, parents, and administrators can and will read what you tweet.)
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