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This Grammar English Punctuation Poster works great for High School English Classroom Decor! The background is a faux chalkboard. Makes a great classroom poster to use year after year. You can laminate or frame too! MAKES A GREAT GIFT to show teacher appreciation!!! Ready to print

This Grammar English Punctuation Poster works great for High School English Classroom Decor! The background is a faux chalkboard. Makes a great classroom poster to use year after year. You can laminate or frame too! MAKES A GREAT GIFT to show teacher appreciation!!! Ready to print

Part of me really wants to have hanging books in my room, the other part knows that they might distract my students.

Would be neat to do in a reading resource room ! hang books in english classroom! great idea, even good with discarded books for a library

Shakespeare's Hashtag Of The Week: Eye-catching classroom quote display

Shakespeare posters: hashtag quotes

Shakespeare's Hashtag Of The Week: Eye-catching classroom quote display Too cheesy but I like the idea of a weekly famous quote.

Old directional sign with fictional places from literature!  Love this!  Would include different places though.

I'm going to recreate this sign in the form of a bulletin board! Made this old directional sign with fictional places for a dear friend who teaches high school English. I love the way it turned out!

Use galvanized bins to organize a classroom library! (Distinguished English)

Decorating high school classrooms can be challenging. When you’re trying to find a good balance between meaningful, age-appropriate, and professional, the answer isn’t always obvious.

A "Quotation Station" for a middle school Language Arts classroom. Each week I place a new quote on the hanging chalkboard and have the kids copy the quote down in a section of their binder. Whenever there is "free time" I have the students refer to the quotes and practice their explanatory/connection making skills.

Each week this teacher places a new quote on the hanging chalkboard and has the kids copy the quote down in a section of their binder. During "free time" the students refer to the quotes and practice their explanatory/connection making skills.