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Use this MASSIVE bundle of my popular bell ringers/warm-ups/mini-lessons to teach the Common Core-aligned grammar, literary term, and vocabulary skills your high school students need. This FULL YEAR package of materials includes everything you’ll need to keep your students actively engaged at the start of each period. Here’s how it works:With M.U.G. Shot Mondays, students master Mechanics, Usage, and Grammar by working together to proofread real-world writing examples. These 38 weekly grammar ed
Welcome to Lit. Term Tuesday – an easy way to start your class each Tuesday (or whatever day you want) with a high-interest bell-ringer lecture featuring classic literary devices paired with modern examples with which your students are certain to identify. (These literary device lectures also work great as flipped content for weekly homework assignments on in-class stations.)Sure, everyone knows protagonist and antagonist, but have your students learned about anti-heroes (think: Walter White fro
This 24-slide "Power of Punctuation" presentation will entertain your students and inspire them to take care with their punctuation marks. Using humorous examples and interactive slides/handout, your class will learn the striking difference in meaning that can occur with one misplaced comma. Examples are sure to fire up your high school and middle school students – expect giggles and outrage.Package also includes a one-page handout (both printable PDF & Google Drive versions) to allow studen
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8th - 11th
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Serial Podcast Season One by Sarah Koenig is a fantastic way to teach literary nonfiction, rhetoric, and bias using real-world examples. This podcast is so engaging that even your most reluctant students will be enthralled with the true crime content! This Serial unit plan will provide you with literary nonfiction activities that help students analyze the production of the podcast, discuss bias from multiple angles, examine rhetoric from a real-world perspective, and so much more. All of these S
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
End of the Year Memes: Advice to Future Classes - includes an editable Google Slides presentation that can be shared with students for distance learning or paperless activities.Students will create "advice" memes to your future students/classes as an end-of-the-year fun activity.The memes serve several purposes:1. It's a fun end-of-the-year activity for your current students.2. You will have ready-made visual aids for your classes when it's back-to-school time.3. Your students will give you feed
Welcome to Words on Wednesday, a weekly lesson to build higher-level vocabulary in your college-bound students. These weekly lessons feature words commonly used on the SAT that educated adults also use in their everyday lives. Even if your students aren’t bound for a university, they’ll still benefit from knowing these words as they enter the work force. Each lesson, which takes about 15 minutes, goes deep into understanding denotation and connotation of five separate words and includes definit
Throughout my teaching career, I have developed a step-by-step guide for writing a literary analysis essay that is practical and easy to follow for both teachers and students. In this book, I have compiled 20 mini-lessons that take students through the entire writing process, step-by-step, from reading samples, to brainstorming, to drafting, to editing and revising, and to reflecting. In fact, these lessons are built so that they are reproducible for teachers. You can simply take each mini-less
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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Resume {Résumé} and Cover Letter Writing for College and Career Readiness Materials includes templates, samples, outline organizer, and rubrics for grading. Updated to include EDITABLE Google Drive templates, rubrics, and prompts you can share securely with your students, or edit for your own use!This IS included in my mega bundle: ALL of my WRITING RESOURCES GROWING BUNDLE.Cover Letters: Make sure your students are ready to write a formal letter of application for a job, college, internship, or
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11th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
My comprehensive literature guide novel unit for Veronica Roth's "Divergent" is aligned with the Common Core State Standards and contains editable Microsoft Word versions so teachers can customize the questions, assessments, and activities to meet the needs of their students. Contains the following files: Divergent Chapter Discussion Questions, Vocabulary, Introduction, and CCSS Reading Graphic Organizers (134 pages) -Questions covering every chapter; reading assessments; language/vocabulary-
Why do we study history anyway? This back to school activity is a must have for any history or social studies class! Start the first day of school (or the first lesson of any history class) with “WHY” because students always want to know why? Why am I learning about history? Why do we have to study this stuff anyway? When am I ever going to use this in life? Isn’t history about a "bunch of old dead people" and things that have already happened? **Major necessary upgrades have been made to ma
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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Use this MASSIVE bundle of my popular bell ringers/warm-ups/mini-lessons to teach the Common Core-aligned grammar, vocabulary, and critical thinking/problem-solving skills your high school students need. This FULL YEAR package of materials (Vol. 2) includes everything you’ll need to keep your students actively engaged at the start of each period. (All of this content is completely new and separate from the content offered in the Volume 1 Bell Ringers – no repeats!)Here’s how it works:With M.U.G.
Use Oprah Winfrey’s headline-grabbing speech from the 2018 Golden Globes to show your students the power of a well-constructed presentation. In this one class period activity, students will discuss the #metoo movement, view Oprah Winfrey’s 10-minute speech, and deconstruct/discuss her use of rhetorical devices. Questions focus on audience, metaphor, parallelism, pathos, and symbolism. These materials can serve as a stand-alone lesson or as a solid supplement to a study of Jim Crow laws or SAT-st
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Smoothly launch your high school English class each day with this bundle of my popular bell-ringers/warm-ups/mini-lessons to teach the Common Core-aligned skills your students need. (NOTE: This product is the first semester's worth of material included in my FULL YEAR VOL. 1 BELL RINGERS. If you've already purchased that massive budget-priced bundle, do NOT purchase this item – you already own all of the same content.)With M.U.G. Shot Mondays, students master Mechanics, Usage, and Grammar by wor
MASSIVE No-Prep To Kill a Mockingbird Novel Unit - Over 400 pages and 7 Weeks of material. Classroom-tested by over 2000 teachers, over 275 reviews for a 4.8/5 rating! SAVE over 30% by purchasing the ENTIRE BUNDLE!Teaching with Simply Novel's To Kill a Mockingbird complete unit gives the rigor you are looking for, while helping your students enjoy the story itself. In both PRINTABLE and DIGITAL VERSIONS for Distance Learning and In-Person Classrooms!In this comprehensive To Kill a Mockingbird T
Start the year with some fun mental exercises and icebreakers. Everyone loves logic puzzles, riddles, and critical thinking. As featured in the TpT newsletter, expand your students' brain power with this set of Brain Teasers to use as bell ringers or brain breaks in your classroom! In both printable and digital versions, these brain teasers are perfect for distance learning as well!What's Included:Now in Google Drive format!30 different Brain Teasers in 2 great formats - (Worksheets or Google S
More Poetry Resources for Reading, Writing, and Understanding Poetry! This IS included in my mega bundle: ALL of my POETRY RESOURCES GROWING BUNDLE. This bundle contains many of my newer poetry resources that are NOT included in my original bundle: Poetry Resources, Volume 1. This is a second collection (Volume 2) containing the following resources, which can be purchased separately: "Roar" by Katy Perry - Figurative Language & Poetry Devices Review One Direction Song Lyrics Poetry Activ
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
161-page Frankenstein novel unit for teaching Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in grades 11-12. Classroom-tested by over 1,400 teachers with over 140 5-Star Reviews! Students will be able to self-direct their study in many cases, making it perfect for in-person or distance learning. Please note that this product is a printable PDF and will need modification for use in Google Classroom.Here's what Emily Sales said: This is perhaps the best resource I have ever purchased on Tpt. It is a thorough yet ri
Ready to have students in the palm of your hand and give them plenty of reasons to want to be working in your class - all year long? If your students like scary stories and other things frightful - read on!This product is also available in my Bundle of Fear (200+ Pages and growing). Don't miss out on a great bargain!Get students hooked and keep them engaged using the theme of horror. With these highly engaging lessons, they will practice their reading analysis and narrative writing skills - and
Common Core ELA Standards Checklists Bundle for High School, Grades 9-12 This bundle combines both the Grades 11-12 and Grades 9-10 Common Core State Standards Checklists for English Language Arts. This IS included in my Common Core Bundle for Grades 9-12 You get 120+ pages featuring all of the English Language Arts Common Core Standards in an easy-to-read and record format. All five strands (reading literature, reading informational, writing, language, and speaking and listening) with every
The Declaration of Independence can be a daunting document for teachers to explain to students, but this primary source lesson will help students understand the major themes and concepts within the document itself. Though Thomas Jefferson's Declaration was written in the 18th century, this worksheet has proven to be a fantastic, big-picture way for today's students to study such an important writing without becoming overwhelmed. The Declaration is really just a big "break-up letter" from the co
CNN 10 (CNN Student News) is the perfect avenue for students to stay informed on current events. This PDF and GOOGLE DRIVE set of graphic organizer worksheets are an excellent way to analyze and summarize the current events of the day using CNN10. These various templates will help students of all ages stay engaged while watching CNN 10. A simple writing format helps students recognize, summarize, and write opinions about the major headlines of the day. I find this resource to be extremely prac
Expand your selection of short stories for the high school ELA classroom with this bundle of printable reading comprehension assessments covering 50 narratives representing a range of authors—including Edgar Allan Poe, the Brothers Grimm, H.P. Lovecraft, Doris Lessing, Pearl S. Buck, Shirley Jackson, and Mark Twain—and a range of genres—including fantasy, fairy tale, Dark Romanticism, science fiction, young adult fiction, adventure fiction, and more.  Answer keys, public domain works, and a list
If you are an English or Social Studies teacher and are looking for a way to introduce the story of the Salem Witch Trials and check off some of those pesky Informational Text Common Core Standards at the same time, then this is for you! This article helps students understand the complex inter-personal relationships of Salem's villagers and identify the possible motivating factors that increased and prolonged witch hysteria. It introduces the different characters during this horrific event in A
I often have students who rely too heavily on the thesaurus as they craft their essays, resulting in overwrought sentences that block, rather than illuminate, the writer’s meaning. Using a little humor, this handout helps students see what happens when one abuses the thesaurus. This handout, which can be completed as a solo or team activity/race/game, requires students to match up a series of well-known proverbs and sayings with their overwritten versions. Once students have completed the handou

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