Teaching Resources

For teaching resources, go to:

http://kmcgraw.wikifoundry.com/

I have been maintaining a wiki since 2009 as a place to store my English teaching resources and links, and share them with other English teachers.  I use wikifoundry (previously named wetpaint.com) for my wiki, and so far I really like the layout and functionality of the site.  If you want to find my old material (previously published as pages on this blog) you can go to my wiki pages on:

Other collections of resources:

As well as adding to my teaching wiki I keep collections of resources in a few other places…

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/kmcg2375/english-teaching/

Delicious: https://delicious.com/kellimcgraw

Poetry teaching website (NEW!): http://poetryteacher.weebly.com/

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You can subscribe to my blog, or follow me on Twitter for updates when I post new resources on the wiki.

  1. #1 by Marcia on April 13, 2010 - 6:57 pm

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/tweeting-all-shakespeare-fans/story-e6frg6so-1225852913397

    “THE Royal Shakespeare Company is presenting Romeo and Juliet today as never before – or should that be “b4″?

    For the next five weeks, a cast of six will perform the Bard’s famous romance in real time via Twitter”.
    @Such-Tweet.

    From The Australian 13.4.10

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