High School English on YouTube

Laura Randazzo has posted an excellent and truly wonderful post as a conclusion to her year-long project on creating mini High School English Video Lessons on YouTube. Her website is titled “Solutions for the Secondary Classroom”.

M.U.G. Shot Mondays – 36 videos teaching English mechanics, usage, and grammar skills, with answer keys.

Words on Wednesdays – 36 videos for learning 3 high-level vocabulary words: definition, part of speech, synonym/antonym, and everyday usage.

Freestyle Fridays – 36 videos of English and language arts skills randomly selected as Laura taught through the year.

The entire 108-video series can be viewed here in chronological order.

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