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Show your students a real-world application of the tools of rhetoric (ethos, pathos, and logos) as they examine the 2005 Stanford University Commencement Address given by Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs. The speech, which is filled with warmth, humor, and meaning, is a high-interest way to add the non-fiction analysis skills emphasized by the Common Core to your classroom.Students will learn the components of Aristotle’s rhetorical devices, view Jobs’ speech via a 14-minute video clip, and use a ful
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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Help your advanced middle school and high school students identify and analyze the elements of powerful public speaking with these multimedia lesson materials.This download includes:• Step-by-step directions/suggestions to lead your students through a 50-minute lesson• A well-written, high-interest informational text article about powerful public speaking techniques written by Chris Anderson, curator of the internationally renowned T.E.D. Talks (link included)• A short answer question set to hel
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
Exhausted by prep? Tired of spending nights and weekends reinventing the curriculum wheel? This HUGE collection of materials (1,500+ slides and 800+ pages) will take the prep load off your back and give you every slide, every handout, and every day’s detailed lesson procedure tagged with targeted Common Core State Standards for 180 days (36 weeks) of English 9 or English 10. (The CCSS groups Eng. 9 and 10 together. This bundle is one year of course work for either of those levels.)This curriculu
Hamilton Lesson Plan for the Hit MusicalThis amazing, fun, and highly-engaging lesson is designed to teach your students all about Alexander Hamilton through a PowerPoint, graphic organizer/interactive notebook pages, cooperative learning activity, primary source, and songs from the hit Broadway show Hamilton. Hamilton is absolutely captivating and this is an awesome resource to bring the smash hit into your classroom! Your download includes a detailed lesson plan/teacher instruction page with s
Common Core Standards Graphic Organizers for ELA Reading Informational Texts and Fiction/Literature for Grades 9-10 (Also includes the organizers for grades 6, 7, and 8 because the skills build upon one another each year.)This IS included in the following bundles: • Common Core Bundle for Grades 9-12• Common Core Standards Reading Literature & Nonfiction/Informational Graphic Organizers Bundle for Grades 6-12EDITABLE VERSION AVAILABLE HERE:Google Drive Literature Graphic Organizers (Common C
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
Use this two-day lesson pack to get your teens excited about studying the words and ideas of Benjamin Franklin, one of the United States’ most compelling founding fathers.This 9-page download (PDF + Google Drive version of all student handouts):• Detailed, step-by-step lesson procedure suggestions• Brainstorming handout to help students create their own definition of a successful person• Four-page excerpt of The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin • Critical-thinking question handout that require
Teach rhetorical devices through movement and color-coding! This rhetorical appeal lesson will help students understand Aristotle's rhetorical triangle through a kinesthetic strategy and then will give students a highlighting technique to apply to any rhetorical analysis!No matter the rhetorical writing prompt, reading analysis, or propaganda scrutiny, this color-coding activity proves to be a great way to analyze rhetorical appeals. It works well with English, history, and speech classes. This
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
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8th - 11th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Close Reading Questions: Nonfiction Articles Aligned with the Common Core State StandardsNonfiction articles can be used in any content area. Use the handouts to encourage close reading of the passage or article. May be used with any news, feature, informational, explanatory, argument, opinion, editorial, persuasive, narrative, or autobiographical article/text. Explores comparing two texts for compare/contrast. Students will be required to find evidence from the text to support their answers.*LI
You can use this set of 75 common core science task cards with ANY Science Informational Text Readings. Simply choose the cards you want to use with any article, reading, or passage from the text. These task cards are aligned with the common core science and technical standards, and will help your students learn how to read scientific reading passages.This set of 75 informational science task cards is suitable for all science students in grades 6-12.Task cards are a fantastic way to reinforce
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
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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For real. No cheesy music, no bad acting, and no trick endings where everyone is okay and it was all just a big misunderstanding. Seriously, your students are going to love these and they have just the right amount of horror while still being appropriate for school.*I have recently updated to help make this more accessible for online/distance learning. Graphic organizers are set as page backgrounds in Google Slides so students can easily fill in their information using text boxes. Each podcast l
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
Compare Contrast Two or More Texts: Close Reading Strategies and Activities Aligned with the Common Core State Standards Use the handouts to encourage close reading and compare/contrast of two or more texts or sources (may be used with multimedia sources such as graphics, videos, podcasts, etc.). They may also be used to compare two different people, focusing on comparing their early life, struggles, and achievements. Includes modified Venn Diagrams specific to the CCSS. These activities may b
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
Looking for a way to assess students' reading comprehension and keep students engaged during read alouds, whole-class reads, guided reading groups, or independent reading time? These reading comprehension worksheets are perfect for middle and high school classes. These activities will keep students focused on showing how they are thinking about fiction and nonfiction texts without overwhelming them. You can use these activities during and after reading. They make for excellent conferring discuss
This is a wonderful, creative cooperative-learning project in which students read about a major American reform movement of the 1800's and create a magazine cover to present about their topic. Included are short readings and primary sources on six major reform movements:The Abolition Movement Prison & Asylum ReformsWomen’s RightsThe Temperance MovementEducation ReformsFactory & Workplace ReformsEach topic includes about 2 pages of reading and primary source material as well as Common Cor
Teaching students to navigate news and information on mainstream, traditional and social media as critical thinkers is an essential skill for 2022. It is becoming increasingly difficult to separate FACTS and OPINIONS, SATIRE from LIES, PERSUASION from PROPAGANDA in the "MISINFORMATION:" eraA well-grounded understanding of MEDIA-LITERACY is key to stopping FAKE NEWS and RADICALIZATION. And This PROVEN resource will teach your students the skills to identify, analyze and critique information thro
So you want your students to analyze literature and informational texts, but you don't want to grade yet ANOTHER stack of essays. Why not take a creative approach with this one pager bundle? Students will be able to dig deep into literary analysis of both fiction and nonfiction texts, and they will be challenged to fit all of their thinking on one blank piece of paper: the one pager.TWO resources are included in this bundle:1. Literature One Pager: Use this resource to have students analyze any
Secondary students will get a task card and determine the text structure of a passage. Cause and Effect, Compare and Contrast, Description, Problem- Solution, Sequence, and Chronology are the structures used in this NO PREP product. Twenty-one original reading selections are showcased. Focus: CCSS ELA-LITERACY.RI.6.5, 6.6, 7.5, 7.6, 8.5, 8.6, 9-10.5, 9-10.6 Included: ---- 21 original text structure Task Cards ---- Answer keys---- Answer sheets---- optional “Your Turn” activity---- 6 “Your Turn”

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