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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LearnTheNet.com: Evaluating Online Information: Fact or Fiction

How can one determine if online information is fact or fiction? Use this online article to become more computer literate in this topic. Includes a video which requires Adobe Flash.

Language Arts
Middle
Activity

Turtlediary: Classify Pronouns

This Turtlediary interactive game is designed to help students explore different types of pronouns. In this game, students will steer a pronoun-labeled spaceship and park it into a dome designated for personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, or reflexive pronouns. Lesson and practice exercises are...
Language Arts
Middle
Learning Game

BBC: Skillswise: Types of Text

How can one tell if a text is descriptive, informative, instructional or persuasive? This BBC Skillwise tutorial teaches how with a factsheet, worksheet, quiz, and game.

Language Arts
Middle
Learning Module

A Beginner's Guide to Effective Email: Intonation

A good site as a resource for changing tone and voice in the written medium of email. Discusses asterisks, capital letters, punctuation, whitespace, and lower-case letters
Language Arts
Middle
Activity

Sophia: Supporting Details: Facts and Statistics

This lesson discusses how statistics can be used as supporting details. This tutorial shares a short audio lesson [05:16] and supplemental notes with the lesson's content.
Language Arts
Middle
Activity

SMART: Identifying Main Ideas & Details

This lesson operates on the Scaffold Instructional of Release model (I do, we do, you do). Students will use the main idea and supporting details to expand understanding of a variety of texts.

Language Arts
Middle
Activity