Language Arts
Resources

Curated by Knovation's Curriculum Specialists
Below are a few sample English Language Arts learning resources from our Content Collection.
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Read: Does Technology Make Us Lazy?

The user will compare these two passages for some interesting ideas about how technology affects our lives. Answer the questions for immediate feedback.

Language Arts
High
Activity

Sophia: Thesis Statements

This lesson introduces how to write a thesis statement. This tutorial lesson shares a short screencast [04:45] with the lesson's content.
Language Arts
High
Video

Univ. of Michigan: A+ Research and Writing

This University of Michigan site from the Internet Public Library provides step-by-step help in research and writing papers. There are also sections on how to find information, both on the internet and in the library, and on other sources of help on doing research. The site is clearly organized a...
Language Arts
High
Activity

Tune in to Learning: Truth in Advertising

Interactive lesson and activities for learning to look critically at the persuasive techniques of advertisements promoting political candidates and products.
Language Arts
High
Visual Material

Public Broadcasting Service

[Archived Content] This resource supports the series "In Search of Shakespeare." It contains information about all of Shakespeare's plays and links to the complete texts; brief biographies of many people associated with Shakespeare and his times; images of documents related to Shakespeare's life;...
Language Arts
High
Website

Helen Keller - Scene at the Water Pump

This video clip is from the 1962 film, The Miracle Worker, based on the play by William Gibson. This scene recreates the moment when Helen understands that the word "water," the letters Anne is spelling into her hand, and the cold liquid from the pump meant the same thing. According to ...

Language Arts
High
Video