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Compare & Contrast Texts – Poetry, Drama, Non-Fiction in CCSS Lesson – Fun Stuff
WORDS TO LIVE BY – A lesson about advice Help students analyze how a similar theme is developed in three different mediums by using Rudyard Kipling’s timeless poem “If,” a father’s advice to his son in a brief monologue from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, and a newspaper columnist’s Guide to Life th
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Rip Van Winkle, High-Interest Materials for Washington Irving’s Story, CCSS
Help make Washington Irving’s classic American tale, “Rip Van Winkle,” intriguing to a high school audience with these dynamic lesson materials that will take three class periods to complete. This product includes: • Step-by-step, detailed directions about how to use the three days’ worth of “Rip
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Analyze an Author's Argument with Atticus Finch's Closing Arguments-TKAM
Teach students how to analyze an author’s arguments with Atticus Finch’s Closing Arguments! Analyzing an author’s arguments can be challenging for students; however, this step-by-step method will make this skill clear and easy while creating an in-depth analysis! Everything to teach rhetoric, logica

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The American Dream in literature and today unit plan
This 26-day unit introduces the historical concept of the American Dream. Five days of the unit are devoted to "A Raisin in the Sun." We also read some articles about the American Dream today, and students write an essay on literature's depiction of the American Dream and its relevance today. At th
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The Devil in the White City Lesson Plans and Teaching Guide
A twenty-day unit designed by The Pedantic Project with a nod to the 11-12 ELA Common Core Standards. The unit begins with a gallery walk that requires students to make predictions and form opinions. After that, the students will divide into groups and use technology to research six components of
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Author's Purpose Worksheet with Answer Key
Looking to teach the modes of writing- to Inform, Persuade or Entertain?This worksheet on author’s purpose asks students to define 15 questions on all three types of author's purpose. An answer key is provided for your reference. Great for Literary or Informative Texts units.A great addition to you
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'Community:' MeowMeowBeenz, Social Media, and the Golden Ratio
‘App Development and Condiments’ is a satirical episode of ‘Community’ that comments on social media while referencing 1976’s ‘Logan’s Run.’ This assignment asks students to think about their own presence on social media while exploring the practices of modern social media companies. Booklet Incl
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The Great Gatsby Unit Bundle
This massive bundle of resources for The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald features Common Core aligned lessons, PowerPoints, assessments, and rubrics. All of the Literary Lyceum materials on the novel are included in this bundle, which makes it a tremendous deal. Over 160 pages of materials and
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Harper Lee Biography - Preview To Kill A Mockingbird
Harper Lee Biography - Author Study Preview To Kill A Mockingbird This biography for author Harper Lee and accompanying menu of questions could be used as an in-class or homework assignment to preview the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird. The biography covers her life from birth to present day as well
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Satire Bundle
Have you struggled to get students to understand satire? Common core standards require students to "analyze a case in which grasping a point of view requires distinguishing what is directly stated in a text from what is really meant (e.g., satire)," but students often find the ambiguity of satire di
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How to Read Literature Like a Professor Unit Bundle - AP Lit/ AP Lang
This bundle includes everything you need to teach Thomas C. Foster's "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" to AP Lit or AP Lang students. This massive resource contains the following: 118 slides of detailed notes, with applications to Foster's text and beyond, including novels, plays, songs, poe
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Organizing Text Structures Powerpoint, Practice Quiz and Answer Key
Need help quizzing the types of text structures: Chronological order, Sequence, Spatial, Cause and Effect, Problem and Solution, or Compare and Contrast?This 18 slide Powerpoint with quiz defines the structures, introduces easy to draw graphic organizers for each structure, and has students read pas
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Enhance Your Frankenstein Unit!
High Quality Language Arts: Make your Frankenstein unit BETTER with background knowledge and research, supplemental nonfiction texts and close-readings, STEM connections, Frankenstein close readings, and analysis essay task and model. Smash myriad CC Standards! Frankenstein Prep – Here are some
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Power and Its Misuses in Julius Caesar and Antigone
This PARCC-style assessment merges informational and literary texts into a performance assessment. Students will construct an explanatory essay to justify their explanations. This task can be completed after reading Antigone or Julius Caesar. Students will analyze a quote from Niccolo Machiavelli
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How to Read Literature Like a Professor Notes & Mini-Lessons
This massive slideshow contains 26 mini-lessons, guiding students through a study of Thomas C. Foster's book, "How to Read Literature Like a Professor." Each lesson makes references beyond Foster's text, including additional novels, plays, songs, poems, films, and television shows. In addition to no

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Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer - Research Project, Presentation
Items in the zip file include the directions/research packet and Common Core-aligned evaluative rubric. All are Word documents (for ease of revision). LEARNING TARGETS: 1. Students will articulate connections between a research topic and an assigned novel 2. Students will conduct research using

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Age of Reason - Early American Literary Movement Series, part II
This literature unit on the Age of Reason is the second in a series of the American Literary movements which includes: The Puritan Era, The Age of Reason, The Romantic Era, Transcendentalism, Realism, Harlem Renaissance, Modernism and Post Modernism. This particular unit begins by contrasting itself
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Argumentation Analysis "Was Gatsby Black?" Nonfiction and The Great Gatsby
Students will read the article "Was Gatsby Black?" by Elizabeth Manus. Directions are given to students as to what to do before, during and after reading. An accompanying worksheet asks students to analyze the central argument of the article and the credibility of those making claims in the article.
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Romantic Era - Early American Literary Movement Series, part III
This literature unit on the Romantic era is the third in a series of the American Literary movements which includes: The Puritan Era, The Age of Reason, The Romantic Era, Transcendentalism, Realism, Harlem Renaissance, Modernism and Post Modernism. Following the the Age of Reason, which instituted a
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Puritan Era - Early American Literary Movement Series, part I
This literature unit on the Puritan Era is the first in a series of the American Literary movements which includes: The Puritan Era, The Age of Reason, The Romantic Era, Transcendentalism, Realism, Harlem Renaissance, Modernism and Post Modernism. This particular unit begins by developing the schem
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Transcendentalism - Early American Literary Movement Series, part IV
This literature unit on the Transcendental era is the fourth in a series of the American Literary movements which includes: The Puritan Era, The Age of Reason, The Romantic Era, Transcendentalism, Realism, Harlem Renaissance, Modernism and Post Modernism. Following the Age of Reason and Romantic Er
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Post-Modernism - American Literary Movement Series, part VIII
This literature unit on the Post-Modern era is the eighth and final unit in the American Literary movement series which includes: The Puritan Era, The Age of Reason, The Romantic Era, Transcendentalism, Realism, Harlem Renaissance, Modernism and Post Modernism. Following modernism, the post-modern
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11th-12th Grade Comprehension Task Cards Correlated to American Reading Comp.
These cards feature tasks that students can complete to meet comprehension standards required in order to progress through the this level in American Reading Company Materials. These task cards are aligned to common core reading standards for 11th and 12th grade. Students do not have to complete al
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Reading in the Content Areas:  Scarlet Letter 5-Pack
This 5-pack contains 5 reading exercises, each of which takes 20-30 minutes to complete and review with students: Hawthorne Biography, Hester at her Needle, The History of Privacy, Hester as Romantic Heroine, and Hester's Tragic Flaw. ReadingWell360 provides short informational texts including SAT/A
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