Top English Language Arts Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an English Language Arts Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of English Language Arts Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.3% of English Language Arts Teacher resumes contained Curriculum Development as a skill. Let's find out what skills an English Language Arts Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on English Language Arts Teacher resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Attended a variety of professional development workshops centered on gifted classroom resources, curriculum development/differentiation, and teaching English language learners.
  • Expanded knowledge base and curriculum development through attendance at professional workshops.
  • Collaborated with faculty on curriculum development and instructional practices.
  • Experienced in Inter-Baccalaureate curriculum development and teaching methodology Chosen by students to be a speaker-presenter at the 2011 Graduation Commencement
  • Contributed to diverse educational initiatives including lesson planning, curriculum development, effective classroom management, diversity and successful teaching strategies.
  • Prepared continuing education curriculum, made presentations, engaged in conversational exercises, and participated in curriculum development.

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2. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Performed various duties associated with formulating policies, with developing classroom management strategies, and with educational consulting.
  • Administered successful proactive classroom management plan using REFOCUS method demonstrating effective behavior management with 6th and 7th graders.
  • Administer successful proactive classroom management plan with Developmental Design, demonstrating effective behavior management with 25 students.
  • Monitor student progress, maintain classroom management strategies, and establish and maintain communication among stakeholders.
  • Mentored new teachers and shared classroom management strategies and communication tools to help develop relationships.
  • Maintained a notable reputation for consistent and effective classroom management skills with minimum administrative referrals.
  • Fostered a positive classroom learning environment through a proactive and consistent classroom management plan.
  • Instituted positive classroom management strategies and disciplinary programs that effectively handled challenging behavioral issues.
  • Worked collaboratively with grade level team to develop learning strategies and classroom management strategies.
  • Executed various classroom management techniques to encourage student attention, involvement and discipline.
  • Developed and administered staff development sessions on classroom management and cultural diversity.
  • Maintained classroom management by enforcing rules and consequences the students helped developed.
  • Maintain a positive and controlled learning environment through classroom management.
  • Establish classroom procedures and expectations to guarantee successful classroom management.
  • Designed and implemented effective classroom management routines and universal supports.
  • Implement and modify effective classroom management and behavior modification strategies.
  • Perform diligent classroom management skills Instruct students using organized lessons
  • Maintain effective and positive classroom management by using ClassDojo.
  • Developed classroom management through mutual respect and student engagement.
  • Implement appropriate behavior strategies for classroom management.

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3. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Designed, delivered, and monitored comprehensive language arts program emphasizing literary analysis, critical thinking, and writing process.
  • Developed a student-centered English/Language Arts curriculum which integrated formal writing instruction with literary and informational texts.
  • Chaired the English Language Arts and Reading departments to facilitate collaboration and professional development.
  • Planned and implemented group/individual Language Arts/Reading instruction to meet the various functioning levels.
  • Designed and taught culturally responsive language arts curriculum in a multicultural classroom.
  • Developed and implemented my own English Language Arts Curriculum Pre-Kindergarten Teacher.
  • Coordinated the development and implementation of K-6 English-Language Arts Curriculum.
  • Completed responsibilities of English language arts and reading department chairperson.
  • Teach underdeveloped freshmen (in Freshman Center) English and Language Arts; taught summer school speech to all high school grades
  • Create and implement standards and data driven lessons for differentiated instruction and assessment for 7th and 8th grade Language Arts classes.
  • Created, executed, and evaluated lesson plans for Reading/Writing Seminar, Drama, and ninth grade English Language Arts classes.
  • Collaborated with our resident arts organization to produce an English Language Arts unit, which incorporated musical aspects to engage students.
  • Teach literary analysis, comprehension, speaking, listening, and writing skills to high school English and language arts students.
  • Implemented Language Arts Curriculum for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students in both Integrated Co-Teaching and 12:1 Settings.
  • Develop and implement engaging, effective lessons in Language Arts discipline for 80 8th grade students in inner city Houston.
  • Create and deliver engaging lesson plans for 7th grade Language Arts students that are in line with Common Core Standards.
  • Serve as 7th Grade English Language Arts long term substitute teacher at Northern Middle School in Washington County, Maryland.
  • Church Point, LA Dual Enrolled English Language Arts Teacher through South Louisiana Community College, Lafayette, LA.
  • Introduce students to core ELA (English Language Arts) and observe and influence progress through levels of increase.
  • Created lesson plans that align with Common Core Standards for sixth, seventh, and eighth grade Language Arts.

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4. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Earn positive written and verbal feedback from building administrators regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Collaborated with administration, teaching teams, parents and community members to facilitate student learning.
  • Task analysis of specific student learning outcomes to aide in curriculum coordination.
  • Collaborated with colleagues to develop cross-curricular lessons to enhance student learning.
  • Incorporate South Carolina Standards with innovative technology to enhance student learning.
  • Facilitated student learning and provided instruction relative to the English & Language Arts studies to students at a middle school level.
  • Plan and instruct subject area using a wide variety of teaching aids, and Implementing strategies to engage student learning.
  • Created and maintained an educational atmosphere that encourages effective student learning and supports school and district programs and goals.
  • Graphed student data from scored information to chart progress and used data to organize individual student learning.
  • Collaborate with department and school wide faculty to implement cultural and academic goals for improving student learning.
  • Implement technology as a tool for instruction and independent work to enhance student learning and engagement.
  • Employed writing and listening techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Integrated PC and Apple technology to create and deliver power-point lectures that enhanced student learning.
  • Employed UDL principals in crafting unique lesson plan ensuring student learning and understanding of content.
  • Assisted in revising student assessment procedure to adequately gauge student learning levels and styles.
  • Assessed student learning and modified lessons to create meaningful learning for all students.
  • Conducted assessment of student learning styles to plan instructional activities.
  • Utilize various curriculum resources and technologies to enhance student learning.
  • Used new technology to support student learning and lesson planning.
  • Use a variety of social media to enhance student learning.

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5. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Mentored coworkers and new teachers in developing lesson plans and encouraged collaboration, thereby improving students' classroom experience and progress.
  • Develop and implement curriculum-driven daily lesson plans that encourage interdependence and collaborative classroom engagement.
  • Organize curriculum development seminars and lesson plans to increase students' academic success.
  • Created and implemented interactive and technologically based Common Core aligned lesson plans.
  • Developed effective and meaningful literary lesson plans according to state guidelines.
  • Created weekly lesson plans and developed various original curriculum units.
  • Developed creative lesson plans for efficient classroom instruction.
  • Collaborated with team to create multidisciplinary lesson plans.
  • Designed curriculum and created innovative lesson plans.
  • Develop lesson plans correlating with curriculum.
  • Adapted curricula materials, aids, lesson plans, and teaching techniques to meet the learning needs of students with disabilities.
  • Analyzed assessments from all students to develop lesson plans, remediation, grouping strategies and assignments for progress monitoring and instruction.
  • Develop differentiated lesson plans and assessments to meet Common Core Standards to prepare students to be college and career ready.
  • Created and implemented daily lesson plans for approximately 75 students in grades 5-8 for both large and small group instruction.
  • Researched, designed, and implemented curriculum and executed daily lesson plans for grade 9 remedial, at-risk English class.
  • Develop innovative strategies and individualized lesson plans for hourly sessions with elementary through high school students on a weekly basis.
  • Planned and conducted lesson plans with hands-on activities to provide students with opportunities to observe, question, and investigate.
  • Prepare for classes assigned and show written evidence of preparation (lesson plans) upon request of the immediate supervisor.
  • Acquired the quality and creativity of classroom teaching, lesson plans and instructional materials used in teaching to diverse groups.
  • Conducted assessments to determine student reading levels, created reading lesson plans that matched student's abilities and learning styles.

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6. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Work effectively with special needs students including those challenged with auditory processing, visual perception, and written- and verbal-expression difficulties.
  • Consulted with administration and parents in order to provide multiple layers of support for students with special needs.
  • Displayed sensitivity to student needs with special attention to cultural diversity and the special needs population.
  • Modify assignments, create teach organizational skills, for 16 students with special needs.
  • Identify students with special needs and evaluate students to receive proper services.
  • Experience addressing students with special needs and working in full inclusion-model classrooms.
  • Accommodated students with special needs by altering class and test materials.
  • Developed curriculum used for teaching children with special needs.
  • Developed unit curriculum for ELA department Implemented and taught lessons for students including special needs and English Language Learners.

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7. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Developed individualized reading and literature curriculum.
  • Instructed and evaluated College Preparatory Level English Classes concentrating on the developmental phases of literature analysis, vocabulary and writing skills.
  • Developed teaching materials for study of American Literature, British Literature, and Journalism.
  • Initiated a variety of multimedia units centered on multiple literature and reading events.
  • Collaborate with literature and writing teachers to modify lessons for special education students.
  • Developed innovative lesson plans utilizing technology to enhance the teaching of literature.
  • Focus on mastery in reading comprehension, literature and composition.
  • Incorporated classic literature in conjunction with culturally relevant pedagogy.
  • Developed and delivered curriculum in Freshmen and Sophomore English, American, British, and World Literature and Language Arts.
  • Directed K-12 students in eight major stage plays that highlighted African American literature, history, culture and social injustice.
  • Plan and executes reading units that instill a love of literature and an ability to analyze a variety of texts.
  • Focused greatly on writing mechanics and reading skills while also developing a love of poetry and literature of all forms.
  • Collaborate with Reading Specialists to ensure literature selection is adequate for a variety of reading levels within the classroom.
  • Prepared lesson plans for subjects: Reading I, Creative Writing, Drama, Journalism and African American Literature.
  • Created original curriculum that encouraged students to engage in current social issues through songs, poetry, and literature.
  • Create units of study for novels and non-fiction texts to developing core reading skills and deep analysis of literature.
  • Teach Multicultural Literature through Springboard, which is the College Board's comprehensive instructional program in English Language Arts.
  • Conducted in-class discussions on world events, themes in literature, and topics related to the social sciences.
  • Planned and executed lessons in literature, reading, and writing at a diverse urban high school.
  • Designed curriculum and taught courses in writing, literature, and language arts for grades 8-12.

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8. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Established positive relationships with all stakeholders- students, parents, fellow teachers, school administrators/staff and community members.
  • Invest in positive relationships with students during academic and non-academic times to help promote healthy environments for each student.
  • Fostered positive relationships with peers and students resulting in district and school recognition.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues and administrators.
  • Maintained positive relationships with students and fellow staff members.
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues, fostering an environment of open communication and support.
  • Worked hard to maintain positive relationships with the 6th grade teaching team and the 7th grade teaching team.

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9. Literacy

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Here's how Literacy is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • 16127*Fostered a literacy-rich classroom environment conducive to learning and promoting high student achievement while maintaining day-to-day clerical procedures and management.
  • Implemented innovative lessons that measurably improved student literacy levels, aligned with year-long vision of scope and sequence.
  • Developed and implemented lessons that utilized cooperative learning strategies and differentiated instruction in the Balanced Literacy curriculum.
  • Attended a variety of professional development including diversity training, culturally responsive teaching, and literacy development.
  • Developed a Literacy curriculum for use in a course designed to improve student's informational text proficiency.
  • Implemented and directed technology-based reading intervention programs for students with moderate to severe literacy deficiencies.
  • Integrated literacy strategies into classroom instruction to advance learner comprehension and reading fluency.
  • Plan and implement leveled literacy intervention lessons to support student fluency and comprehension.
  • Implement school-wide literacy assessments and administer individual assessments to refine teaching and learning.
  • Infused academic rigor with balanced literacy to increase reading scores and academic achievement.
  • Mentored and trained literacy teachers transitioning to English program and English curriculum.
  • Developed and facilitated workshops for teachers on a range of literacy-related topics.
  • Collaborated with teachers to promote literacy and build consistency across subject areas.
  • Created a professional development program to assist faculty in literacy instruction.
  • Analyze school-wide literacy assessments and make instructional recommendations to school administrators.
  • Incorporated music and standardized test taking strategies into the literacy curriculum.
  • Created and engaged students in literacy through technological resources.
  • Incorporated literacy strategies and tracking for students.
  • Delivered a Computer Literacy class to Freshmen.
  • Collaborate with Reading Specialist on literacy-related projects.

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10. Grade Level

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Here's how Grade Level is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised and facilitated collaborative planning within grade levels and across disciplines.
  • Originated curriculum appropriate to different grade levels in mixed-grade classes.
  • Collaborated with Literacy and grade level teachers.
  • Demonstrated grade level appropriate content knowledge.
  • Collaborated with cooperating grade level teachers.
  • Prepared coherent and stimulating lesson plans for grade levels 6 and 7 in reading, language arts, and social studies.
  • Acted as grade level team leader, and worked collaboratively with content areas to provide cohesive reading and language development curriculum.
  • Worked with district personnel to investigate and recommend appropriate, relevant grade level novels that aligned with the State Standards.
  • Created curriculum, course maps and lesson plans for ELA, Dance and Drama departments on multiple grade levels.
  • Worked with administrators, department chairs, and other grade level teachers to create learning opportunities for students.
  • Facilitate computerized grade level in-class assignment, make corrections, and create comprehensive lessons to address problem areas.
  • Develop and implement developmentally appropriate material for middle school students in grade levels Seven, and Eight.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans focused on Grade Level Expectations and below grade level readers and writers.
  • Create a classroom environment that is conductive to learning and appropriate to the grade level assignment.
  • Advocated for and coached a focused writing workshop for students writing 4 years below grade level.
  • Provide general instruction for students in grades 6-8 in English/Language from below grade level through Advanced.
  • Work with specific grade level teams to help ensure the success of all of our students.
  • Played an integral role in developing team grade level and school procedures and building climate.
  • Originated curriculum appropriate to different grade levels as well as different skill levels within classes.
  • Plan and develop a course of study suitable to specific grade levels 9th-12th.

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11. State Standards

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Here's how State Standards is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Executed differentiated, thematic units grounded in Common Core State Standards and Mississippi State Standards
  • Developed and led a school based workshop to empower colleagues on how to incorporate Common Core State Standards into their curriculum.
  • Utilized Strategy in the classroom, as well as incorporated Common Core Curriculum and Tennessee State Standards in daily instruction.
  • Assigned writing projects and monitor students through the drafting process with composition and essays assigned in accordance with state standards.
  • Motivated students to achieve 76% exceeding/meeting State standards with 23% approaching and only 1% falling far behind.
  • Developed unit plans and lessons that adhere to the Common Core State Standards, utilizing the Backwards Planning strategy.
  • Design curriculum for varying levels of learners that align with Common Core State Standards to make information relevant.
  • Develop material and methods that guide and challenge students that are in correlation with the Florida State Standards.
  • Increased achievement, implemented strategies to ensure alignment with state standards and expectations of Title I school protocol.
  • Trained co-teachers to use the Common Core State Standards website to ensure preparedness during testing week.
  • Plan and deliver high quality instruction aligned with 8th grade Common Core State Standards in ELA.
  • Collaborated with same-grade and content leaders to develop curriculum aligned to the Common Core State Standards.
  • Created and implemented instruction that simultaneously met SC state standards and students' abilities.
  • Planned lessons, activities, coordinating with State Standards and Penn Wood Rituals.
  • Study and implement Illinois Common Core State Standards to support best teaching practices.
  • Teach Common Core state standards to sixth and seventh grade students.
  • Incorporated Common Core Curriculum and Tennessee State Standards in daily instruction.
  • Adapted curriculum to State standards and requirements while remaining creative.
  • Monitor and measure student progress in meeting state standards.
  • Partner with department to deconstruct and implement state standards.

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12. Grammar

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Here's how Grammar is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and presented comprehensive units and lessons focusing on reading, creative writing, and vocabulary and grammar development.
  • Focus areas included reading instruction, writing instruction and targeted vocabulary and grammar work.
  • Developed and taught differentiated lessons based off units: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama, grammar, and writing.
  • Planned engaging lessons, activities, and presentations focused on improving skills with grammar, writing, reading, and rhetoric.
  • Instructed sixth grade students in a traditional Language Arts curriculum consisting of grammar, reading, writing, and discussion.
  • Improved students knowledge of Biblical concepts/facts and also increased knowledge of grammar usage, and proper sentence structure.
  • Designed and implemented effective reading, writing, and grammar lessons in accordance with Arkansas Smart Core Curriculum.
  • Instruct through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in subject areas such as English, grammar, and reading
  • Reinforce the proper use of grammar, mechanics, paragraph structure, comprehension and use of literary devices
  • Proofread student essays for errors in: logic, Standard English Grammar, and format.
  • Prepared students for the MCAS, reviewing grammar, reading comprehension and writing skills.
  • Design and implement differentiated lessons for English content, including grammar and writing.
  • Integrated grammar and reading components thus enhancing the learning experience for students.
  • Teach students how to write the English Language using the proper grammar.
  • Prepared students for state testing in grammar and writing.
  • Instructed Reading, Spelling, Grammar and Composition.
  • Practiced grammar and essay writing.

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13. Core Subjects

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Here's how Core Subjects is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Created several integrated units including core subjects.
  • Guided middle and high school students through lessons in all core subjects, providing continuity and enhancement to the learning process.
  • Instructed students and prepared lesson plans on core subjects according to State Standards in a classroom environment.
  • Created lesson plans for all core subjects and followed the school's over arching curriculum.
  • Developed daily lesson plans in all core subjects.
  • Develop and conduct daily lesson plans in all core subjects.

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14. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Differentiate lesson plans based on individual student needs, as outlined in IEP and 504 documents and English Language Learner assessments.
  • Maintained accurate records of attendance, student progress, 504 and IEP plans, grades, and student behavior.
  • Supervised (4) paraprofessional staff in collection of data and student support and provided ESY IEP Progress Reports.
  • Developed IEP for each special education student and created personalized goals based on individual learning level and style.
  • Lead Small Group instruction for 9th grade reading, history and writing for students with IEP's.
  • Attended IEP meetings, provided one-on-one instruction, and built a strong rapport with students and colleagues.
  • Followed up with providers to confirm that IEP attendance, reports, and services are being completed
  • Served as Individualized Education Program (IEP) case manager to 18 special education students.
  • Differentiated instruction to meet all needs including students with EIP's and IEP's.
  • Recorded IEP modifications given and collected evidence of IEP goal achievement through student work
  • Coordinated with co-teacher and paraprofessionals to fulfill the needs of student IEP's.
  • Developed reading and writing lessons and motivated students on IEP to read and write
  • Managed a caseload of 18 Gifted IEP's and conducted IEP meetings.
  • Adapted district curriculum materials to suit each student's specific IEP plan.
  • Acted as regular education teacher in IEP meetings when needed.
  • Assist students in reaching their IEP goals.
  • Assist with 504 and IEP plan modifications.
  • Modify curriculum and provide needed accommodations as delineated in IEPs.
  • Differentiate lesson plan materials prior to implementation and ensure that accommodations stated within IEPs are being implemented within the classroom.
  • Collaborated with seven Learning Specialists to differentiate for over 300 students with IEPs in a progressive, inclusive classroom.

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15. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and designed lessons, directed class activities and supervised children.
  • Observe participants and inform them of corrective measures necessary for skill improvement Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Developed differentiated class activities for both high and low student groups in accordance with the Ascension Parish Comprehensive Curriculum.
  • Designed and implemented weekly comprehension tests, class activities and homework for students.
  • Worked in teaching and planning a curriculum for enriching class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.

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16. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Created and developed curricula, compiled course reference booklets, procured instructional materials.
  • Collaborated with colleagues to design instructional materials.
  • Prepare course work, planned class sessions: Select/integrate appropriate instructional materials for classroom instruction - Organize/deliver classroom lectures to students.
  • Evaluated new instructional materials, then review, analyze and evaluate student performance and outcomes.
  • Selected textbooks, equipment, and other instructional materials as head of English Department.
  • Developed instructional materials and provided individualized and small groupinstruction in order to adapt the curriculum to the needs of each student.
  • distributed tests, books, and all other required instructional materials to ELA teachers.

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17. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented interdisciplinary approach to English and Social Studies curricula in cooperation with colleagues.
  • Created Core Knowledge based Social Studies/Geography projects.
  • Coordinated curriculum with the Math, Science and Social Studies teachers in a team teaching environment.
  • Created innovative English and Social Studies lessons based on California Common Core State Standards.
  • Developed a curriculum to overlap skills and content between English and social studies.
  • Coordinated the School Social Studies Fair for 4th and 5th grade students.
  • Coordinate the district mapping of the curriculum for K-12 Social Studies.
  • Directed computer labs and tutored high school social studies students.
  • Created cross curricular assignments with science and social studies.
  • Recruited to lead District K-12 social studies as coordinator/specialist.
  • Prepared students for standardized testing.Social Studies Teacher* Taught world geography and related current events.
  • Provide academic support to special education students inside mainstream social studies classroom.
  • CORE COMPETENCIES 20+ years teaching History, English, and Social Studies in Washington public schools system.
  • Developed an integrated unit of study on tolerance with the social studies teacher.
  • Write and disseminate a monthly social studies newsletter.

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18. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Teach data driven, flexible, small groups of reading and writing students to meet individual scholar needs.
  • Teach targeted literacy intervention to small groups of students daily using research- based strategies and resources.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult content.
  • Work with students in small groups focusing on reading and math.
  • Implement a variety of instructional techniques for individuals and small groups.
  • Instruct small groups of readers using guided reading and Orton Gillingham practices.

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19. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Prepare curriculum and effectively deliver instruction for ESL students performing at Low-Beginner English levels.
  • Collaborate with fellow teachers, ESL department, and Itinerant Learning and Emotional Support to create comfortable yet challenging learning environments.
  • Supported the school's #3 ranked student to obtain the Asian Freeman Scholarship and financial support to attend Wesleyan University.
  • Implemented adjusted lessons and pacing guides for international and ELL/ESL students while working with them individually and as a group.
  • Utilized best practices for teaching second language learners in an environment in which all of children served were ESL students.
  • Work closely with ESL and Reading teachers to provide rigorous and engaging instruction for ELL and struggling students.
  • Coordinate and plan lessons and activities for ESL Students, levels 1-3, grades 6-8.
  • Coached non-reading teachers on the implementation of ESL supports in a sheltered classroom.
  • Recommended as tutor for ESL student to develop reading comprehension & vocabulary.
  • Worked with inclusion instruction with ESL and SPED students.
  • Modify lessons for special education and ESL students.
  • Instruct diverse student population including ESL students.
  • Utilized ESL best practices as well as data-driven personalized and scaffolded instruction.
  • Devise and implement intervention strategies for struggling and ESL students.
  • Collaborated with co-workers, support staff (ESL, SpecEd.

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20. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Coached students and reviewed test material in preparation for Alabama Reading and Mathematics Test state-wide standardized tests.
  • Administered 8th grade Mathematics and English Language Arts LEAP test.
  • Worked on district mathematics curriculum writing team to develop new district mathematics curriculum including implementation of the new Common Core curriculum.
  • Created manipulative-based math lessons in alignment with Everyday Mathematics Program to introduce new concepts and increase overall comprehension levels.
  • Developed and implemented mathematics curriculum for a heterogeneous group of middle school children in a team teaching environment.
  • Acquire information and learning models for improving instructional practices as the school-based mathematics representative for the county.

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21. Yearbook

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Here's how Yearbook is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Provided tutoring for reading and writing, in addition to coaching UIL academic events and coordinating the school's yearbook.
  • Trained students in the proficient use of the software systems utilized to create the school s yearbook.
  • Prepared lessons and taught English I, English II, and Yearbook Journalism at Warren County High School
  • Coordinated the publishing of the first Yearbook for grade eight students.
  • Served as Adviser to the Yearbook Club for two years.
  • Designed and developed the school s yearbook course.
  • Assisted yearbook editor with layout and data-entry.
  • Team Leader, Junior Honor Society Advisor, Yearbook Advisor Developed good rapport with colleagues, administrators, and students.

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22. Drama

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Here's how Drama is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and delivered drama workshops for High-school seniors' University Entrance Exam Preps in public & private schools.
  • Designed reading and writing lessons, units and centers that integrated the visual, musical and dramatic arts.
  • Design and Implement a Weekly Drama club.
  • Sponsored drama club and yearbook.
  • Devised an afterschool campus Drama Club.
  • Solicited external funding from a variety of community organizations and business partners to support the drama program.

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23. General Education

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Here's how General Education is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Modified instruction and managed behavior to enable special education students to be successful in the general education classroom.
  • Performed the duties of a general education classroom teacher for 30 hours a week in a Title I school.
  • General Education teacher for 100+ students in English 2/English 2 Honors and 25+ students in English 3 course.
  • Teach 6th and 7th Grade ELA as a general education teacher.
  • Provide full time instruction in a general education inclusion setting
  • Modify the general education curriculum for special-needs students and create a thriving environment in the need for a large spectrum ofdifferentiation.
  • Grade: 8th Area: Honors and General Education

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24. Girls

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Here's how Girls is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Served as head girls' track coach for seven years and led team to win five consecutive county championships.
  • Served as athletic director, varsity girls' basketball coach, and varsity cross-country coach over a five year period
  • Lead English Language Arts and History classes at secondary school for adolescent girls with behavioral and learning challenges.
  • Program instructor during the summer of 2009 for Boys and Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge.
  • Organized a Health Fair for staff and students Coached Field Hockey and Lacrosse Girls Interscholastic teams.
  • Head Coach of girls' volleyball and track and field teams.
  • Led 6th grade For Girls Only (FGO), a social leadership club for female ESL students.
  • Mobilized a mentorship program for adolescent girls in an inner-city, low socioeconomic, and high crime community.
  • Assisted the cheerleading coaches during try-outs, and acted as a mentor for the girls.
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with students, and colleagues.Marching Band Auxiliary CoachFamily and Community Engagement committee memberDiamond girls mentor program
  • Coached girls track for 7 years Highlighted Achievements Contributed to a significant increase in student performances on state standardized testing.
  • Mentor ~Afterschool Teacher ~ Girls Club Advisor

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25. Test Scores

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Here's how Test Scores is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and managed individual learning plans for students that consistently increased test scores.
  • Raised NYS test scores 3 years in a row by conducting an error analysis on tests and adjusting the classroom curriculum.
  • Used innovative and differentiated teaching methods to produce effective learning experiences and aided in increasing standardized test scores in Language Arts.
  • Analyzed student test scores (data), and then implemented lesson plans to ensure student mastery of lessons.
  • Top evaluations received during teaching tenure for improving state standardized test scores in reading and language arts.
  • Increased student's English test scores through after school, private tutoring, and special attention.
  • Raised state test scores by an average of 30% in the first year of teaching.
  • Demonstrated student growth by consistently raising NJ ASK ELA test scores from year to year.
  • Achieved recognizable and meaningful gains in own students' standardized test scores each school year.
  • Served as an active reading coach for school system to redirect failing test scores.
  • Maintained details records of IEP's, test scores, and other necessary information.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans that drastically raised students' test scores.
  • Created data driven treatment plans to improve student test scores.
  • Review test scores to ensure progress is made on PSAT, SAT, and AP exams.
  • Increased student test scores by 5%.
  • Achieved highest passing test scores school-wide.

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26. Summative Assessments

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Here's how Summative Assessments is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Adjusted instruction based off analysis of formative and summative assessments.
  • Developed a variety of formative & summative assessments.
  • Plan and teach rigorous lessons using data collected from formative and summative assessments to ensure the achievement of every student.
  • Developed a 12 week English Curriculum for a class of 20 male athletes inclusive of formative and summative assessments.
  • Conduct authentic, formative and summative assessments of student progress and utilize academic spreadsheet software to record student progress.
  • Used a data-driven approach to evaluate student understanding, including the use of formative and summative assessments.
  • Created lesson plans that were engaging and helpful to students with formative and summative assessments as necessary.
  • Collect data from formative and summative assessments to inform instruction in areas of student development.
  • Develop and implement formative and summative assessments to obtain data in the classroom.
  • Used formative and summative assessments to evaluate student progress.
  • Created individualized, standard-based summative assessments for each student according to the IEP or 504 plan and shown classroom skills.
  • Create formative and summative assessments that focused on valuable feedback to improve writing and speaking skills.
  • Assembled summative assessments using Kuta Software, which provided an accurate analysis of key concepts covered as well as extension questions.
  • Contribute to the design of formative and summative assessments addressing the question, "What are student's learning?"

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27. III

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Here's how III is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Teach English language arts III.
  • Prepared English III students for the Functional Literacy Exam, required of all juniors in Mississippi.
  • Selected to teach English III with honors section and Advanced Placement Language and Composition courses.
  • Teach IB Chinese IV&V, Pre-DP III Prepare students for the IB Exam.
  • Teach English IV Dual Credit course through Angelo State University Teach English III Advanced course U.I.L.

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28. RTI

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Here's how RTI is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with parents, teachers, and administration in order to improve lesson engagement, student participation, and elevate performance
  • Surpassed job performance expectations demonstrated by contract renewals with salary increases, awarded several certificates of appreciation from headmaster.
  • Participated in Professional Learning Groups* Participate in Instructional Rounds to collect data and improve culture within Van Sickle Academy
  • Maintained professional competence through participation in service education activities provided by the district and/or self-selected professional growth activities.
  • Participated in Professional Learning Communities and collaborated with professionals to increase student achievement and improve educational repertoire.
  • Collaborated with Science and Social Studies departments to create interdisciplinary units raising student interest and participation.
  • Articulate communicator able to interest culturally diverse students with a variety of unique academic needs.
  • Participated in regular professional development, reflective practice, peer coaching, and professional associations.
  • Participate in district and statewide professional development workshops and seminars and facilitate department professional learning.
  • Inform students about course requirements, evaluation procedures, and class participation and attendance requirements.
  • Maintained positive behavior management system as a motivator for improving conduct and encouraging participation.
  • Participated in professional development workshops, graduate courses and seminars to maintain current certification.
  • Trained in and developed Supporting Adolescent Learners Program for intensive one-on-one reading instruction.
  • Participated in curriculum planning with administration before and during the academic school year.
  • Demonstrated commitment to professional development by participating in workshops to improve skills.
  • Participated in school Professional Development, Curriculum Meetings and Unit Plan Reviews.
  • Conducted student assessments, wrote anecdotes and participated in Individual Evaluation Plans.
  • Participate in extra-curricular activities such as student event supervision and yearbook moderation.
  • Participated and collaborated with all middle school staff as a professional Learning community
  • Participated in professional learning sessions to analyze data and improve methodologies.

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29. Differentiate Instruction

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Here's how Differentiate Instruction is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Implement varied strategies and differentiate instruction in order to accommodate the diverse needs of students.
  • Differentiate instruction in order to accommodate all learning styles and students' diverse needs.
  • Differentiate instruction and lesson plans to meet the needs of diverse learn eras.
  • Differentiate instruction to meet all needs, including diverse learners.
  • Utilize a wide range of teaching methodologies and manipulatives to differentiate instruction.
  • Used formative and summative assessment to guide and differentiate instruction.
  • Differentiate instruction for ELLs and advanced learners.
  • Plan and deliver standards-based instruction Differentiate instruction for the demographics of a rural, low socio-economic region
  • Plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities - Differentiate instruction for all students - Organize and manage classroom and classroom materials

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30. Assessment Data

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Here's how Assessment Data is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Evaluated district assessment data and engaged classroom teachers, and administrators to evaluate program successes and areas needing improvement.
  • Used assessment data to ensure proper differentiation of coursework and placement of students into intervention classes.
  • Analyzed assessment data for instruction and curriculum planning.
  • Analyze assessment data to address the root cause of student failure individually and within professional learning community of grade level colleagues.
  • Analyze student assessment data and use it to conduct strategically designed PowerPoint lessons to fit all student's individual learning needs.
  • Analyzed both formal and informal assessment data to guide instruction and increase student achievement.
  • Utilize STAR Assessment data to determine student instructional levels and most-needed instructional strands.

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31. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Compiled testing data and prepared PowerPoint presentations to share with administrators.
  • Designed PowerPoint presentations for daily classes.
  • Implemented technology such as document camera, videos, websites, and PowerPoint to create relevant and engaging lessons.
  • Communicate ELA concepts with the use of self-created print, PowerPoint, or other materials.
  • Assigned students to make PowerPoint presentations about human rights abuses and issues around the world.
  • Incorporated technology (SMART Boards, PowerPoint, custom video presentations) in lessons.
  • Launched daily lessons via prezi or powerpoint in order to offer visual stimulation and reminders for students.

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32. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained regular communication with parents to develop plans to improve student academic and behavioral issues in order to enhance student performance.
  • Communicated frequently with parents and guardians on learning goals, behavioral issues, and academic expectations.
  • Collaborate with colleagues on academic planning and behavioral issues, both grade-level and school-wide.
  • Collaborated with team teachers on student academic plans and behavioral issues.

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33. Clear Objectives

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Here's how Clear Objectives is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented daily lesson plans with clear objectives aligned with Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects per Common Core and Advanced Placement guidelines.
  • develop schemes of work and lesson plans; establish and communicate clear objectives for all learningactivities.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons/projects and effectively communicated them to students.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Communicated clear objectives for all assignments.

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34. Public Schools

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Here's how Public Schools is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Selected by School Board as a 'model classroom' for Duval County Public schools.
  • Selected from approximately 48,000 applicants nationwide to teach in under-resourced public schools.
  • Established positive community relationships through quarterly dance performances to raise interest in funding arts programs in public schools.
  • Green Valley Elementary, Denver Public Schools * Recognized by Denver Public Schools for exceptional school and classroom student growth.
  • Served as an on call substitute teacher for New Jersey public schools for various subjects including computers.
  • Continue to involve Native American teens in teaching projects in D.C. public schools and at Green Acres School.

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35. Parcc

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Here's how Parcc is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Planned for and incorporated NJCCCS and 21st Century Standards with ability to update to CCSS/Model Curriculum/PARCC.
  • Prepared students for upcoming PARCC and NWEA testing using novels and Expeditionary Learning curriculum.
  • Developed rigorous PARCC type preparation lessons to prepare students for the PARCC test.
  • Increased student percentages on the PARCC Assessment.
  • Increased 2016 PARCC network scores in English Language Arts.
  • Administer the PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) Exam ensuring that state guidelines were met.
  • Proctored various state tests, including PARCC and CMAS Implemented feedback into instruction whenever possible.
  • Facilitated and proctored the PARCC Assessment.

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36. Formative Assessments

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Here's how Formative Assessments is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Monitored student achievement and growth through rigorous use of formative assessments, data entry, and strong personal relationships.
  • Enhance student-skills of reading, writing, speaking, and grammar application using data from formative assessments.
  • Train and support teachers in the use of formative assessments.
  • Created a broad portfolio of instructional material, formative assessments, and authentic or performance-based summative assessments.
  • Collected meaningful data including pre/post assessments and a variety of formative assessments to chart student growth.
  • Created and implemented a wide range of summative and formative assessments.
  • Execute all contractual duties of an ELA educator Create Summative and Formative Assessments Co-Plan Research Stimulation Tasks Chairperson of Multicultural Committee

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37. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Conduct parent-teacher conferences based on academic and behavioral needs.
  • Attended parent-teacher conferences with parents/guardians to discuss and come up with strategies to resolve academic and behavioral concerns of their students.
  • Facilitated home / school communication through phone calls, e-mails, letters, and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences throughout the year in person, by phone, and email.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences as needed, as well as on-going parent communication.
  • Participated in Parent-teacher conferences, Faculty department meetings, Professional development sessions, Field trips and assemblies.

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38. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Provided daily positive phone calls to parents and guardians regarding notable or exemplary behavior of their student.
  • Communicated behavioral and academic needs with parents through phone calls, via email and one-on-one conferences.
  • Correspond with parents daily through handwritten notes, emails, phone calls, or face-to-face.
  • Maintained contact with students and their parents via telephone calls, notes, and/or email.
  • Communicate regularly with families via progress reports, phone calls, conferences, and e-mail.
  • Performed clerical tasks such as data entry, answering telephone calls, taking messages, and using Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.

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39. Staar

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Here's how Staar is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Created a Writer's Workshop to prepare 7th Grade students for Writing STAAR emphasizing the use of journal writing.
  • Created quizzes and archives of previous STAAR questions, categorized by subject, for the History department.
  • Authored new learning programs, including a U.S. History review guide for the STAAR exams.
  • Utilized CSCOPE and other lesson plans in order to prepare students for STAAR testing.
  • Compiled digital review of STAAR test questions for school year and created archive.
  • Experienced in both Direct Instruction and STAAR Preparation.
  • Tutor students for STAAR and Stanford 10 preparations.
  • Prepare students for STAAR exam.

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40. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised and evaluated twenty-four staff members.
  • Identify pupil needs and cooperate with other professional staff members in assessing and helping pupils, attitude, and learning problems.
  • Presented professional development to 10+ staff members about student grouping, student data binders, and thematic unit planning.
  • Requested by the principal and director to lead a professional development training session for 20 staff members.
  • Communicated effectively with parents and other pertinent staff members necessary for the success of the students.
  • Collaborated with other teachers and staff members to provide the most efficient level of education possible.
  • Collaborate with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Collaborate with fellow staff members on ways to implement academic interest among truant students.
  • Researched grant opportunities and collaborated with staff members to submit grant approval requests.
  • Prepare and deliver professional development to teachers and other staff members.
  • Co-planned and co-taught lessons effectively with fellow staff members.

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41. Esol

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Here's how Esol is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Provided guidance to teachers making the transition from high school to middle school levels including orientation, conflict resolution and team-building.
  • Sponsored Model United Nations and coached students in the areas of caucusing, debate, public speaking and drafting resolutions.
  • Confer with parents, other teachers, and administrators to resolve students' behavioral and academic problems.
  • Cultivate trusting relationships with students and their parents and frequently serve as a resource for problem resolution.
  • Provided ESOL instruction for students needing to learn the English language on a basic and intermediate level.
  • Worked collaboratively and co-taught with the Special Education teacher daily and with the ESOL teacher weekly.
  • Collaborated and co-taught with special education teacher and ESOL teachers for inclusion classroom.
  • Instructed middle school ESOL students for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade during the school year.
  • Conduct parent/teacher conferences; negotiate disputes, and resolve miscommunications.
  • Communicated with potential students and parents to solve their learning and coping disabilities with conflict resolution and life skills.

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42. Teks

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Here's how Teks is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Documented transition and implementation of state-required TEKS that were developed and taught during year.
  • Develop student-centered engaging lesson plans based on TEKS objectives.
  • Created fun and interactive lessons aligned with the TEKS
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans for individualized instruction in reading, using the TEKs as a guideline.
  • Developed own weekly lesson plans and classroom materials in order to meet TEKS and other classroom objectives.
  • Created my own content, lesson plans and curriculum based on TEKS state-wide standards.

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43. Taks

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Here's how Taks is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Create initiative efforts to learn and implement strategies of all higher level TAKS grades to secure a successful vertical alignment.
  • Teamed with Reading department weekly to analyze student benchmark scores and data to prepare for the TAKS assessment.
  • Focused on TAKS specific material in the classroom and utilized TEKS format in school lesson plans.
  • Tutored low-performing students in reading, resulting in improved TAKS reading scores.
  • Tutor for TAKS Math and TAKS Reading after school.
  • Analyze TAKS data to plan classroom instruction.
  • Maintained a 90 percent or above studentpassing rate on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKs) state exam

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44. Homework Assignments

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Encourage opportunities to use IT and word processing skills in class work and homework assignments.
  • Prepared lesson plans, subject quizzes, homework assignments, and tests.
  • Reviewed and developed individual plans to ensure better understanding of homework assignments and daily lessons.
  • Tutored and mentored students after hours and worked closely with parents on the management of their child's homework assignments.
  • Assist teacher in classroom discussions, course material, homework assignments and evaluations along with other duties as required.
  • Selected and prepared coursework materials, homework assignments, quizzes, tests and final examinations.

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45. High Expectations

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Here's how High Expectations is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Served as an instructional leader by modeling high expectations for students and implementing results focused lessons.
  • Created a safe and respectful learning environment where every student was able to learn and to meet high expectations.
  • Set high expectations and standards for the achievement of students and established positive student relationships.
  • Manage all classroom activities and behavior in a sensitive way emphasizing high expectations and rigor.

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46. Ccss

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Here's how Ccss is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented 6th- 8th grade curriculum through various methods and techniques that reflect the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).
  • Created and differentiated instruction based on the CCSS and the MAISA writing curriculum to meet the needs of all students.
  • Designed lessons aligned with CCSS, instructed and promoted use of the 6+1 Traits of Writing.
  • Created Lessons in accordance to CCSS with a strong emphasis on student engagement.

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47. Course Materials

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Here's how Course Materials is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Plan, evaluate and revise course content and course materials.
  • Plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content, and course materials and methods of instruction
  • Developed and implemented interesting and interactive learning mediums to increase student understanding of course materials.
  • Developed and implemented interesting and interactive learning mediums to increase student understanding of course materials.
  • Plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content, course materials, and methods of instruction.
  • Planned, evaluated and revised course content and course materials.

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48. Administrative Regulations

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Here's how Administrative Regulations is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Instruct pupils in English as specified in state standards, administrative regulations, and district procedures.
  • Complied with state administrative regulations and Board of Education policies.
  • Present the subject matter according to guidelines established by Texas Education Agency, Board policies, and administrative regulations.
  • Maintain accurate and complete student records as required by laws, district policies, and administrative regulations.
  • Maintained accurate and complete student records as required by laws, district policies and administrative regulations.
  • Maintained accurate, complete, and correct student records as required by laws, district policies, and administrative regulations.

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49. Positive Rapport

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Here's how Positive Rapport is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Established positive rapport with all students, parents, colleagues, and administrators through home calls, emails and conferences.
  • Established positive rapport with all students and parents through home calls, emails and the Parent Teacher Club.
  • Establish a positive rapport with all students and parents.
  • Develop and maintain positive rapport with students.
  • United States Established positive rapport with all students and parents through home calls, emails, and meetings.

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50. Regular Basis

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Here's how Regular Basis is used in English Language Arts Teacher jobs:
  • Contributed to faculty discussions and educational meetings and workshops on a regular basis.
  • Interacted on a regular basis with parents and faculty from other educational facilities.
  • Assess the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provides progress reports as required/requested.
  • Cooperated on a regular basis with parents to inform them on student progress.
  • Worked with other professionals to develop appropriate lessons on a regular basis.
  • Developed a close relationship with professors from Eastern Michigan University to host and educate pre-student teachers on a regular basis.

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20 Most Common Skill for an English Language Arts Teacher

Curriculum Development17.3%
Classroom Management13.8%
Language Arts11.1%
Student Learning11%
Lesson Plans9.9%
Special Needs4.8%
Literature4.5%
Positive Relationships4.4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An English Language Arts Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
15.3%
15.3%
2
2
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
12.2%
12.2%
3
3
Language Arts
Language Arts
9.8%
9.8%
4
4
Student Learning
Student Learning
9.7%
9.7%
5
5
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
8.7%
8.7%
6
6
Special Needs
Special Needs
4.3%
4.3%
7
7
Literature
Literature
3.9%
3.9%
8
8
Positive Relationships
Positive Relationships
3.9%
3.9%
9
9
Literacy
Literacy
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
Grade Level
Grade Level
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
State Standards
State Standards
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Grammar
Grammar
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
Core Subjects
Core Subjects
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
IEP
IEP
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Class Activities
Class Activities
1.6%
1.6%
16
16
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
1.4%
1.4%
17
17
Social Studies
Social Studies
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
Small Groups
Small Groups
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
ESL
ESL
0.9%
0.9%
20
20
Mathematics
Mathematics
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Yearbook
Yearbook
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Drama
Drama
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
General Education
General Education
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
Girls
Girls
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Test Scores
Test Scores
0.6%
0.6%
26
26
Summative Assessments
Summative Assessments
0.5%
0.5%
27
27
III
III
0.5%
0.5%
28
28
RTI
RTI
0.4%
0.4%
29
29
Differentiate Instruction
Differentiate Instruction
0.4%
0.4%
30
30
Assessment Data
Assessment Data
0.4%
0.4%
31
31
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
Behavioral Issues
Behavioral Issues
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
Clear Objectives
Clear Objectives
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Public Schools
Public Schools
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
Parcc
Parcc
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Formative Assessments
Formative Assessments
0.3%
0.3%
37
37
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences
0.3%
0.3%
38
38
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.3%
0.3%
39
39
Staar
Staar
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Esol
Esol
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Teks
Teks
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Taks
Taks
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Homework Assignments
Homework Assignments
0.2%
0.2%
45
45
High Expectations
High Expectations
0.2%
0.2%
46
46
Ccss
Ccss
0.2%
0.2%
47
47
Course Materials
Course Materials
0.2%
0.2%
48
48
Administrative Regulations
Administrative Regulations
0.2%
0.2%
49
49
Positive Rapport
Positive Rapport
0.2%
0.2%
50
50
Regular Basis
Regular Basis
0.2%
0.2%

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