This page contains helpful resources, websites, databases, blogs, lessons, video links and much more for all English and Language Arts Teachers. Enjoy!

Free Plagiarism Dector <-- This site provides a quick and easy way to check students' work for plagiarism. Great FREE resource!

Research Skills & Citation Creation <-- This link offers a variety of resources, including ways in which students can improve their research skills and online works cited/bibliographies.

Shmoop Literature & Poetry <--A great resource for teaching classic works of literature and poetry. It offers summaries, character lists, plot analysis, themes, quotes, facts, study questions, links to other resources and more.

Grammar Bytes <-- Provides online interactive grammar activities where students can actively practice grammar rules. It also has various other activities, quizzes, worksheets, rule explanations and more.

Spelling City! <--Features an online-spelling program that features over 37,000 spelling words and eight interactive spelling games, along with a Real person who says each word and sentence.

GameGoo <--"Learning that Sticks" as brought to you by the Houghton-Mifflin Company, offers fun and interactive reading and spelling games.

National Council of Teachers of English <--An excellent source of resources, workshops, seminars, media literacy, curriculum materials (just to name a few). Please check this out!

60 Second Shakespeare Classroom Challenge <--A great resource for teaching Shakespeare! It offers lesson plans and activities that can be submitted and shared over the web!

Globe Theatre Virtual Tour <--An outstanding virtual and interactive field trip to the Globe Theatre.Students get to have a field trip without leaving the classroom!

Web English Teacher <--Webenglishteacher.com is a great planning tool for all English teachers. The website has lessons and examples for grammar, journalism, and much more.

Language Arts Lesson Plans and Resources <--This resource contains Large Collections of Language Arts Lesson Plans, Spelling, Vocabulary, Synonyms/Antonyms/Homonyms, Reading, Children's Literature, Adolescent/Young Adult Literature, Mysteries, English/Shakespearean Literature, Poetry, Mythology, Writing/Composition, Rubrics, Grammar, Punctuation, Parts of Speech, Journalism/Media/Communication/Speech/Debate, Drama/Theater/ & Story Telling.

Edgar Allan Poe 200th Anniversary <-- A large collection of student and teacher resources covering the life and literary works of Poe.