Language Arts Resources
Curated by Knovation's Curriculum Specialists
Below are a few sample English Language Arts learning resources from our Content Collection.
Each listing includes certain metadata that describes the resource and aligns it for use in the classroom.
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.
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...
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.
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
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.
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.
This unit contains lessons around different elements of theme and story for a short story.