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This classroom-tested unit will take you and your students through the process of planning, drafting, revising, and polishing an argumentative (or persuasive) essay. The first few days are structured, whole-class lessons. After that, the class moves into a series of writer’s workshop days as students complete mini-lessons and work on developing their own essays.__________________________________________________________________________WHAT'S INSIDE_________________________________________________
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7th - 12th
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Interactive Reading Notebook Fiction and Nonfiction Mega Bundle (Grades 5-12) A YEAR'S WORTH of activities: over 220 Common-Core aligned interactive reading foldable activities for secondary students. You do not have to use the Common Core State Standards to utilize this bundle! This download includes the following products:Interactive Notebook Reading Literature Bundle for ANY Novel or StoryInteractive Reading Notebook for Nonfiction Informational TextsInteractive Notebook Mini Books: Bundle of
Updated to Include Distance Learning Options. Each article sub plan comes in two versions with full answer keys: 1) Easily printable PDFs, as well as 2) Google Slides. Students can type in their answers directly in the Google Slides for paperless classrooms / distance learning. Don't fear, get your emergency secondary science sub plans right here! This bundle contains 52 SCIENCE ARTICLES with questions and full answer keys at 44% OFF the price of them separately. A whole year's worth of s
Grades:
7th - 12th
** NOW INCLUDES TEMPLATES AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR REMOTE LEARNING (GOOGLE SLIDES ONLY) **This fantastic collection contains everything you need to create beautiful, effective, customized graphic organizers. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WHAT'S INSIDE:✔ 15 EDITABLE graphic organizer designs: Change the fonts, edit the text, and resize, add, or delete any element on the page.✔ PowerPoint for Windows and
William Goldman’s The Princess Bride is the perfect fairy tale to use with secondary students, but it’s not enough to just hit “play” on the DVD. Instead, add a layer of rigor to your students’ study of The Princess Bride with this packet of print-and-teach materials that will take four days to complete while entertaining and challenging your teens.Materials in this 18-page film study include (PDF + Google Drive versions of student handouts):• A suggested lesson procedure page with calendar (1 p
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
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Help students analyze how a similar theme is developed in three different mediums by using Rudyard Kipling’s timeless poem “If,” Polonius’ advice to his son in a brief monologue from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, and a newspaper columnist’s Guide to Life that went viral in the late 1990s. (Remember that whole “Wear Sunscreen” thing?)This fun, attention-grabbing lesson was built to entertain and challenge high school students in grades 9 through 12, though advanced middle school students will als
The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass is a compelling autobiography and provides an honest view of the harshness of life for African-American slaves in the 1800s. Use this 45-minute lesson that includes a slice of Douglass’ narrative to show your students the ugly reality of life in pre-Civil War America.This package includes a two-page excerpt from Frederick Douglass’ book (in public domain) in which he details battling Mr. Covey, an abusive slave owner. After students read the passag
Grades:
8th - 11th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Teach your students how to “read” an editorial or political cartoon with this one-day lesson that can also become part of your regular current event assignment rotation. Perfect for English/Language Arts and History/Social Studies classrooms!The lesson begins with an introduction to four persuasive tools used by editorial cartoonists (symbolism, exaggeration, labeling, and analogy) with real-world examples of classic public domain political cartoons. Then, use modern cartoon examples (links incl
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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Common Core Standards Graphic Organizers for ELA Reading Literature and Informational Nonfiction Texts Grades 11-12 (Also includes the organizers for grades 6, 7, 8, and 9-10 because the skills build upon one another each year.)UPDATED with new and revised organizers! 154 total!! I also added a link for the organizers to work in Google Slides! Perfect for distance learning!Find the EDITABLE ORGANIZERS HERE:Google Drive Literature Graphic Organizers (Common Core Aligned)This IS included in the fo
This CCSS aligned unit provides an overview, examination and creation of satire using Swift’s "A Modest Proposal" and other resources. Students read and analyze different satires, build their vocabulary, gain historical knowledge, read and analyze "A Modest Proposal", then craft their own satire. For a smaller activity pack about satire *without* “A Modest Proposal”, click here: A Study of Satire. **Please don’t purchase both.**Includes:* Satire Overview Handout* Two Satire Analysis Activities*
Updated for distance learning. This science article / sub plan comes in two versions (with answer key): 1) easily printable PDFs, as well as 2) Google Slides for paperless online learning. Students can type in their answers directly in the Google Slides. When we teach science, the important scientific figures behind the science are only mentioned in a cursory way. My Great Minds in Science Series of 19 ARTICLES functions to enliven and deepen the understanding of the people behind the discoveri
105 Common Core-aligned interactive nonfiction reading notebook foldable activities for secondary students (grades 6-12). These can be used with ANY nonfiction text (passages not included). This IS included in my Interactive Reading Notebook Mega Bundle. Students will practice numerous skills, including: making inferences (inferring); summarizing the text; determining the central ideas; analyzing primary and secondary sources; analyzing the development of ideas; analyzing the relationship betwee
(New Cover) This resource provides five weeks of daily Common Core Reading practice that can be completed in five minutes a day. This document was developed with students that need an extra boost in reading comprehension and English Literature in mind. Use these as students first enter the classroom, as a daily review, or more! ****Click the Follow Button to Find Out about Freebies and New Resources**** Click Here for Weeks 6-10 Click Here for Week 11 Click Here for Week 12 This quick and
Lizzie Borden was tried and ultimately acquitted for the MURDER of her PARENTS in the 1890s. The trial was controversial. How could a WOMAN possibly hack her parents to death and why? How could this have happened while she was HOME if she didn't do it? In this nonfiction unit, students will read articles about the case and then decide for themselves if they think Lizzie Borden is INNOCENT or GUILTY. If your students like this nonfiction unit, be sure to check out the Bespoke ELA activity on
Jack the Ripper. One of the most notorious serial killers of all time. And he was never caught. There are over 100 theories about his identity. If you're looking for a high-interest nonfiction topic to get your students interested in analyzing nonfiction, this is it! This activity has two parts. The first parts takes students through an exercise of identifying tone in a news article written about Jack the Ripper. There are four articles in this part of this lesson that all come from The L
This Into the Wild Unit Plan is a dynamic, high-interest, common core-aligned unit for this powerful piece of literature. Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer is a favorite non-fiction book for many high school students and these Into the Wild lesson plans will not only engage learners with the text, but will also create real-world learning experiences and connections.This Into the Wild unit comes with activities for each chapter that can be used as an adventure booklet, single Into the Wild worksheets
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
As you begin a study of fairy tales or any fantasy-based literature, use this activity that examines two argument essays about the impact fairy tales have on children. In “Fairy Tales: A Nightmare in Disguise,” the writer argues that fairy tales are the cause of several social ills. In the other essay, “Fairy Tales: A Tool to Help Humanity,” the writer argues that fairy tales bring many benefits not only to children, but also to society as a whole. (Note: Both articles were written by me, Laura
It's impossible to teach Colonial American Literature without first studying Native Americans in Early America. Puritan and founding father texts don't have to be boring. When you pair them with rich creation stories, first encounter tales, and important indigenous issues, students will not only have a better understanding of the literary landscape of America, but will also gain a better perspective of the cost of building this nation. This Native American Literature and Early American Literatur
Complete close reading and annotation unit with fiction and nonfiction practice**August 2020 Update: This unit is now digital! I created a fiction and nonfiction workbook that is optimized for digital learning. A Google Slides version is included that can be downloaded and used as a PowerPoint as well (directions included).**August 2019 Update: This unit now includes two passages that can be used for nonfiction annotation (complete with an answer key). This is perfect for AP Language and Composi
The Common Core has a much-greater focus on non-fiction, informational texts in the English/Language Arts classroom. It’s time to start adding more real-world articles and materials to our literary canon. In this easy-to-deliver informational text activity, students will read an article by British writer Oliver Burkeman (link included) and complete a series of deep-thinking questions. Afterward, students will definitely have personal anecdotes and opinions to share about this “Let’s Get Real” cl
The Common Core has a much-greater focus on non-fiction, informational texts in the English/Language Arts classroom. It’s time to start adding more real-world articles and materials to our literary canon. In this easy-to-deliver narrative non-fiction activity, students will read an article by New York Times acclaimed columnist Tim Kreider (link included) and complete a series of deep-thinking questions. Afterward, students will definitely have personal anecdotes and opinions to share about this
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
350+ pages of print and digital resources! This product includes everything you will need to teach the popular, inspiring memoir The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls including ready-to-go digital materials for Google Classroom/distance learning! Everything in this bundle has been tested out in my own classroom and deemed successful for engagement, challenge, and accuracy. It is guaranteed to save you A TON of time. This resource just had a HUGE update! If you have purchased this unit previously,
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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