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This reading response notebook is filled with standard-based graphic organizers and questions to use with FICTION and NONFICTION books. The pages can be used as a notebook or as individual assignments. There are specific reading comprehension questions that guide your students to understand how to respond to that particular standard. It is perfect for whole group, small group, centers, book clubs, and homework.
here are 15 characterization webs for the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley included in this product. There are characterization webs for Victor Frankenstein, The Monster, Robert Walton, Aphonse Frankenstein, Elizabeth Lavenza, Henry Clerval, William Frankenstein, Justine Moritz, Caroline Beaufort, Beaufort, Peasants, M. Waldman, M. Krempe, and Mr. Kirwin.
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD GOOGLE SLIDES ASSIGNMENT Are you looking for an interesting project to wrap up your book study? This assignment will test your students’ writing and editing skills, but also reveal their ability to analyze the more nuanced and symbolic passages from TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. This assignment is perfect as an engaging and creative, culminating activity! Students participate in the top three levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy: create, evaluate, and analyze. CLICK TO SEE MORE
Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability. There are various misconceptions about the learning disability, which make it that much more difficult for students with dyslexia to receive the help and support they need. In addition, if a school is not equipped to serve students with dyslexia, then teachers face the challenge to provide effective individual instruction to help students reach their academic goals. So what can a teacher do?
Here are 84 mini-lesson videos created and designed to take your students through the writing process for sentence structure, paragraph writing, and 3 types of essay writing (Narrative, Opinion, Informative). You can access it through streaming or download and place it on password protected sites or in Google Classroom!
Fun ELA review, which can be used at anytime, designed to engage students! The brain games and puzzles resource includes 10 fun, engaging, and challenging brain games or puzzles to review English/language arts content. The puzzles facilitate critical thinking skills as well as review the following skills: simile, metaphor, personification, theme, idioms, irony, mood, tone, novel, symbolism, all parts of speech, anagrams, setting, plot, transitions, etc. #summerschool #endofyear
Students today are experiencing higher rates of anxiety and stress than any other generation. There is more emphasis on high-stakes testing, less time to relax, and there are more tasks to complete in order to prepare kids to “compete” in a fast-paced world. As teachers and administrators, students look to you to set the tone and raise morale. Students who have higher morale are more likely to be successful and have a positive view of education. Let’s look at some key way to raise morale!