4 Activities Every ELA Course Writer Can Use

From inception to finalization, creating English Language Arts (ELA) courses can be a daunting task. How do you incorporate standards efficiently? What texts are best for teaching objectives to a diverse student body? How do you ensure what you’ve created will work in a real-world setting?

These initial questions take a lot of careful consideration, but even after the foundations of a course have been set, the details of a unit, module, lesson, or assessment need thoughtful execution. Creating lessons and assessments that remain focused on the larger objectives of a course while appealing to the various needs and interests of students can be quite challenging.

Fortunately, writers can overcome these challenges with simple practices to build their curriculum development expertise and produce excellent coursework. With regular use, these exercises will help course writers develop efficient and effective courses. Here are four activities every ELA course writer can use to produce the best possible curriculum:

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