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Enjoy this MASSIVE bundle of beautifully designed materials that will take your class through Harper Lee’s classic American novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. Everything you’ll need is here; just add a class set of To Kill a Mockingbird novels, a classroom with internet access, and you’re good to go.This HUGE bundle includes:• A day-by-day calendar to follow with helpful details and nightly homework assignments (read this file first when you open the bundle)• Suggested procedure for how to address th
Grades:
8th - 11th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Looking for a fresh approach to pull your students into Romeo and Juliet? William Shakespeare’s timeless tale of tragic love will enthrall your students when you use this collection of five weeks of lesson materials designed to challenge and entertain advanced middle school students and high school freshmen/sophomores.This Romeo & Juliet unit is one of my favorites of the year. I’ve used it successfully with eighth graders and both regular and honors freshmen.This bundle includes:• A day-by-
This Back to School Activities Packet is ideal for secondary students for the first day and week of school. It is filled with beginning of the year activities your students will love. You and your students will get to know each other and get ready for the school year.Check out the DIGITAL versionSMARTePlans Back to School Digital Activities (Secondary Classroom)The full print version is included in the digital versionThis resource includes a variety of back-to-school activities and ice breakers
Make your Great Gatsby unit the favorite of the year with this MASSIVE bundle of materials that will take your class through FOUR FULL WEEKS OF COMPLETE LESSONS covering F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel. Everything you’ll need is here; just add a class set of The Great Gatsby novels and you’re good to go.This HUGE bundle includes:• A day-by-day calendar to follow with helpful details and nightly homework assignments (read this file first when you open the bundle) (2-page PDF)• An introductory
Create and embrace a growth mindset in your secondary classroom with these classroom resources and activities. Begin teaching your students with a survey, help them understand a fixed v. growth mindset, and more. This Growth Mindset Pack includes more than 40 pages of useable resources specifically designed to help you middle and high school students develop a growth mindset.This Growth Mindset Pack includes:- Growth Mindset Survey- Growth Mindset Vocabulary- Growth Mindset Individual and Group
Enjoy this bundle of thoughtful materials designed to take your students through four weeks of lessons covering John Steinbeck’s classic novel, Of Mice and Men. Everything you’ll need is here – just add a class set of novels and you’re good to go.This Of Mice and Men bundle includes:• A day-by-day calendar to follow with helpful details and nightly homework assignments (read this file first when you open the bundle) • An extended metaphor activity that helps familiarize students with John Steinb
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
Whether you need bell-ringer presentation slides or just want to occasionally mess with your students’ minds when you have a few unused minutes at the end of a class period, this four volume set of Brain Teasers has everything you need to keep your students working hard and thinking deeply. There are LOTS of ways you could use this collection of 152 questions in both PDF & Google Slides format (304 slides – the question is on the first slide and the answer with an eye-catching image is on th
Grades:
8th - 11th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
If your students can’t go an hour without looking at their phones, they need to read “The Veldt.”Ray Bradbury’s chilling futuristic short story, “The Veldt,” gives us a glimpse of a world where children love their devices more than their families. Sound familiar? This compelling 90-minute lesson will get your students reading, thinking, and discussing the consequences of our tech-dependent culture. The materials (5-page PDF with links to online media and Google Drive versions of all student hand
Looking for a fresh approach to pull your students into The Tragedy of Julius Caesar? William Shakespeare’s timeless tale of political intrigue will thrill your students when you use this MASSIVE bundle of high-interest lessons. This package includes FIVE WEEKS OF COMPLETE LESSON MATERIALS designed to challenge and entertain students in grades nine through twelve.This HUGE bundle includes:• A day-by-day calendar to follow with helpful details and nightly homework assignments (read this file firs
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
Use this compelling two-day (or possibly three-day, depending on your pacing) lesson on Kurt Vonnegut Jr.’s chilling futuristic short story, “Harrison Bergeron,” as a stand-alone lesson, as part of any short story unit, or as a supplement to any larger dystopian novel study, such as Brave New World, The Giver, or The Hunger Games.Kurt Vonnegut Jr.’s story presents a chilling vision of a future where everyone has the exact same level of intelligence, talent, and beauty. Shouldn’t we want to level
Use this two-day poetry lesson to help your students connect modern music/song lyrics to classic poetry. On the first day, students will compare and contrast the song, “Stereo Hearts,” by Gym Class Heroes, to Robert Burns’ classic poem, “A Red, Red Rose.” Both poems use simile and metaphor to describe the feeling of falling in love. On the second day, students will compare and contrast The Script’s song, “Breakeven,” with Edmund Spenser’s “Sonnet 30,” as both works discuss the paradox of emotion
Entertain and challenge your teens with this compelling collection of brain-twisting presentation slides in PDF & Google Slides format. There are many different ways you might want to use these 76 slides (38 questions + 38 answer key slides) in your classroom, including:1. Use as a routine bell-ringer activity to begin class one day each week. I use these as Brain Teaser Tuesdays (I enjoy alliteration), but they’ll work great any day of the week.2. Use them as a sponge activity to soak up th
Grades:
8th - 11th, Adult Education, Staff
Though most students LOVE to talk, sometimes students need guidance to learn how to appropriately contribute to a larger conversation.Enter these 48 task cards of sentence starters! Based on the expectations of Common Core standards in SL.1 for grades 7-12, these prompts are divided into four tiers (basic, intermediate, "including others", and advanced) to help scaffold students into talking collaboratively, referring to sources, and trying to come to a consensus. These cards will be especially
Use this standalone 45-min. lesson to expose your students to the realities of life for people on the poverty line. This one-page PDF worksheet has students work in teams to two to solve a daily dilemma facing a family of four living on minimum wage. The worksheet includes a modern scenario, discussion of wages/household needs, and a detailed price list of groceries. Using math and problem-solving skills, students will devise a variety of solutions to help these family members meet their daily n
The Socratic Seminar is a classroom discussion-based activity where students share information, think aloud, and listen to one another speak. Facilitating a Socratic Seminar in the classroom is a great way to discuss, review, and analyze literature. It is also a great way for teachers to assess a student’s understanding of literary analysis.  This literature-based Socratic Seminar activity includes everything you need to facilitate a successful Socratic Seminar about any literary text in your cl
Looking for a fresh approach to pull your students into A Midsummer Night’s Dream? William Shakespeare’s hilarious tale of love and magic will engage your students when you use this MASSIVE bundle of fun and creative lessons. This package includes four weeks of complete materials designed to challenge and entertain middle school students and high school freshmen/sophomores.This HUGE bundle includes:• A day-by-day calendar to follow with helpful details and nightly homework assignments (read this
This resource includes labels for students working in a group. The labels can be used on student desks or passed out at random for group work around the room. When you are ready to print or edit your labels, consider the number of students in your classroom. The ways students can be paired up with these labels:•Group 1, Group 2, etc•All Captains, Recorders, etc•All number 1’s, 2’s, etc•B’s, discuss with an A (or vice versa)•All A’s or All B’s•Compound food option- find your peanut-butter partner
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
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
REFUGEE - This Refugee Novel Unit now includes both a print and digital version for distance learning! Instantly engage your students with thought-provoking, standards-based learning activities. Students will enjoy analyzing the text, discussing important ideas, and acquiring new vocabulary as they read Alan Gratz’s gripping novel!The DIGITAL version offers colorful, beautifully designed slides that allow students to type their responses into text boxes. Test and all quizzes are accessed with l
Grab every eye in the room with this 39-slide lecture that provides all of the background information your class will need to launch a study of Ray Bradbury’s sci-fi novel, Fahrenheit 451. (Download includes both Prezi and Google Slides versions.)The presentation includes a high-interest attention-grabber on book censorship and a quickwrite topic designed to help make Ray Bradbury’s themes relevant to your students (15 minutes for writing and discussion). Then, launch into the 30-minute lecture
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
Teaching ethos, pathos, and logos is paramount for older students. They should understand these famous persuasive techniques to better their speeches and papers. When teaching rhetorical analysis, you will also cover ethos, pathos, and logos.This bundle demonstrates examples of ethos, pathos, and logos with commercials and asks students to analyze how these incorporations persuade audiences. As a culminating activity, students will sort topics into their best label: ethos, pathos, or logos.Inclu

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