While I know we are all crossing our fingers for an early spring, the truth is winter seems to be hanging around the Midwest for a while longer yet. I'm all about reading seasonally and that's something I also like to apply to my classroom as well. I like to pick out novels that correspond with the time of year. There is nothing like reading about winter and then looking out the window to see fat snowflakes falling down. Here are my favorite novels to teach in the winter:
World traveling is one of my favorite hobbies. Having both studied and lived abroad, I've had the opportunity to visit 14 different countries and make so many of my own adventures. Settling down to a job has been a hard transition for me, so I work to make sure that my travels are never behind me. I bring them into my classroom every day!
My name is Megan and I am a high school English teacher. Just writing that gives me a thrill! I've almost finished two years of teaching, but yet I still get a little wave of excitement that I am living my dream. I've always wanted to teach literature, inspire creativity, and make a difference in students' lives. And I'm doing it!!!
Here a few quick facts about me:
I am really excited to share some of my teaching ideas, resources, and personal reflections here! Can't wait to have you along for my journey.
I'm Megan and I teach high school ELA. I'm all about literature, creativity, and aesthetics!