I teach 9th grade in a small rural school. My feeling is that worksheets should be used sparingly and with guilt across the board. They accomplish little other than wasting time. I think technology is under-used in most English classrooms, but in the end it revolves around the texts. Do the targeted reading, using mini-lessons to review language and usage, and use the technology for formative assessment and enrichment. There are a lot of things that can be done a different way to incorporate technology, but it should never be just to do it, there should always be a distinct purpose behind tech use.
THe best advice I ever got was to sketch out the Bloom's Taxonomy List, and then brainstorm all of the activities I currently do for a class, and place them as appropriate. Chances are (they were for me), that the top 2-3 are most lacking, and those are the ones most ripe for integration of technology. Get them micro-blogging, creating websites, etc. to connect to content and you will never even think about worksheets again! It gets to be a big leap, but it's worth it.
Couple of things come to mind Cathy: