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Arts Engaging Across K-12

Ideal for learners of all ages, Boardworks offers ready-to-teach presentations that are standards-aligned and highly interactive to engage all learners

ELA in Action with Boardworks

Explore English Language Arts with engaging and varied teaching material, like interactive activities, dynamic animations, summary quizzes, and games. Boardworks gives you everything you need to teach exciting, inspirational lessons that will engage all students.

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Boardworks Education | English Language Learners

Content covers all areas of a well-defined ELA curriculum including reading, writing, grammar, speaking, and listening.

Boardworks Education | English Language Learners

Embedded formative assessments in core materials that reflect the rigor necessary for standard alignment.

Boardworks Education | English Language Learners

Accompanying worksheets offer extension activities and opportunities to check for understanding.

Boardworks Education | English Language Learners

Process-based writing lessons where students write in narrative, informational, analytical, creative, and argumentative formats.

Topics Covered

Elementary ELA

Reading Literature 1
Reading Literature 2
Reading Literature 3
Reading Multimedia
Reading Non-Fiction 1
Reading Non-Fiction 2
Analyzing Non-Fiction
Reading Non-Fiction 3
Writing Opinions 1 
Research Projects 1
Writing Opinions 2 
Creative Writing 
Research Projects 2
Presenting 1
Presenting 2
Presenting 3
Grammar Activities 1
Grammar Activities 2
Grammar Activities 3
Grammar Activities 4
Grammar Activities 5
Grammar Activities 6

Middle School ELA

Themes in Literature
Plot, Characters and Setting
Language in Literature
Structure in Literature
Point of View in Literature
Literature in Production
Comparing Literature
Comparing Literature 2
Central Ideas in Non-Fiction
Analyzing Elements in Non-Fiction
Word Choice in Non-Fiction
Structure in Non-Fiction
Point of View in Non-Fiction
Media Literacy
Assessing Arguments
Comparing Non-Fiction
Writing to Argue
Writing to Inform
Creative Writing
Using Technology
Research Skills
Speaking and Listening
Analyzing Information
Presenting
Vocabulary

High School ELA

Textual Analysis and Using Evidence
Themes and Ideas
Characterization
Narrative Structure
Language in Literature
Point of View
Comparative Literature 1
Comparative Literature 2
Analyzing Informational Texts 1
Non-Fiction Craft and Structure 1
Critical Reading
Analyzing Informational Texts 2
Non-Fiction Craft and Structure 2
Analyzing Historical Documents
Writing to Argue
Writing to Inform
Introducing Creative Writing
Practicing Creative Writing
Collaborative Writing
Research Projects
Speaking and Listening
Presenting
Standard English
Vocabulary

English Grammar and Skills Toolkit

Parts of Speech
Nouns
Pronouns
Verbs
Adjectives
Adverbs
Conjunctions
Prepositions
Articles and Quantifiers
Phrases
Clauses and Sentences
Paragraphs
First, Second and Third Person
The Active and Passive Voice
The Conditional Tense
Word Families and Patterns
Plurals
Prefixes
Suffixes
Synonyms and Antonyms
Homophones
Basic Punctuation
Commas
Colons and Semicolons
Apostrophes
Ellipsis
Parentheses and Dashes
Speech Punctuation
Taking Notes
Doing Research
Writing an Essay
Writing to Argue
Editing and Proofreading
Using a Thesaurus
Using Dictionaries and Spellcheckers
Spelling Strategies
Improving your Handwriting
Working in a Group
Giving a Speech

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