The Great Gatsby has powerful language, perfect for mentor sentences! These activities and discussion ideas will get students talking about grammar and language while reading literature. Students will see how Fitzgerald purposefully chose language and conventions and will see the impact those choice
55 page unit on the poem! NO "FLUFF": This unit focuses on LITERARY DEVICES, SKILLS APPLICATION, and LITERARY ANALYSIS. Unit includes reading guide questions and quizzes, vocabulary, literary analysis activities, and AP style tests and essays. Includes a sample essay.
* 18 READING/ANALYSIS SHORT A
In 1801, U.S. President Thomas Jefferson ordered military action against the North African Barbary States without a formal declaration of war. Since then, his successors have each faced circumstances where military necessity clashed with the strict letter of the Constitution. Two centuries later, th
“Free Modifiers” is a 3-page worksheet that gives students definitions and examples of several common types of free modifiers. After each definition and example, students are asked to write their own examples. At the end of the worksheet is a follow-up exercise that can be done individually or as a
This growing bundle of grammar packets is a helpful resource for teaching composition at the high school level. Concepts covered include applying comma and semicolon rules, navigating verb tenses, writing in the active voice, applying principles of capitalization, and more. Answer keys for each re
This grammar resource covers 30 common word usage errors in high school writing and speaking. It is designed to help students recognize and apply standard usage principles in formal communications. This resource is recommended for high school students enrolled in composition classes emphasizing fo