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NEW IN 2020: Rigorous! Thought-provoking! Discussion-based! This 135-page EDITABLE curriculum has everything you'll need for profoundly stimulating lessons on Willa Cather's My Ántonia!! Invite your class to engage in student-driven discussions without compromising on intellectual rigor. The pre-rea
This download includes the essay prompt for a character analysis essay with an emphasis on the indirect characterization techniques used by the author. I have also included a prewriting worksheet, detailed essay outline with example sentences, list of character traits, transitional language chart, s
This assessment features 90 questions of varying rigor about The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. To accommodate classroom and distance learning environments, materials will be delivered digitally as an editable Google Doc and Google Forms quiz that automatically grades objective questions and includes fe
Teaching argumentative writing can be hard, but each lesson in this bundle guides students through a step-by-step process of writing a 5-paragraph (or more) essay. The lessons can be used in class or assigned for distance learning as independent student work. The instructional videos with writing tu
Pride and Prejudice Study Guide and Essay Tests A list of applicable Common Core State Standards for Reading, Writing, and Language are included. Included are comprehensive study guides and reading quizzes for Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice. Study Guide I includes 152 questions from Chapter
This workbook is perfect to teach your students how to analyze multiple sources and bring them together to form a cohesive argument. This is a great AP Language and Composition resource to teach the synthesis essay! It's also perfect as an introduction to research, analyzing sources, and defending c
This 10 page, Christmas themed assignment offers students the opportunity to practice the Literary Essay based on their response to the critically acclaimed film, "It's a wonderful Life". This assignment requires no prep and is a fantastic student led assignment which, after initial class discussion
In light of The College Board's request for AP Language and Composition syllabi to be in a particular format and addressing very particular aspects of learning, I thought I'd share the work I did to create my own syllabus. This 17-page syllabus follows all the criteria The College Board requests in
Engage students in The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas online OR in-person with this reading journal and workbook! This reading journal is practically an entire unit by itself! This 40-page resource is based around 5 C-E-R (claim, evidence, reasoning) writing prompts. The journal has rubrics built in, b
This 43-slide PowerPoint resource contains a fun and engaging reader’s theater of O. Henry’s short story “Hearts and Hands." The activities contained in this resource were designed to be used either as a PowerPoint or as printables in a literacy center or whole group setting. The materials, ideas,
Teach your students to think, read, and write like a researcher with this comprehensive Scholarly Research Project unit. This resource is a complete qualitative research unit that will walk your students through the scholarly research process with the following steps:1. Review the requirements2. Und
This resource helps students review Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and gives them an opportunity to practice the skills they'll need for college application essays! Using evidence from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight combined with their own imaginative extensions, students write an essay from Sir G
Worried that you’ll lose your chance to start the school year right this time? The first few weeks of school are crucial for your classes’ success throughout the year, and there is so much pressure to do it all: set the tone for your classroom; inspire students to work harder; establish rigor and e
Are your students struggling with writing claim, evidence, and reasoning? Need an arsenal of PRINTABLE AND DIGITAL teaching tools and writing scaffolds for your c-e-r writing projects? This bundle has everything you need to introduce C-E-R (or CER, C.E.R, etc.) to your students AND have them practic
This unit is designed for AP® Lit students to read five different gothic novels (Frankenstein, Dracula, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Jane Eyre, and Wuthering Heights) in small groups in a literature circle design. Multiple assessment options are used with five unique rubrics, including: Reading journ
Newly updated to reflect the 2019 AP® Lit Course update, 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, song
This resource is comprised of ten prompts for argumentative writing. In this set, the prompts are written in the same format as Question 3 of the AP English Language & Composition Exam. Each page includes a suggested time, instructions, and a short passage. Included as well is lined paper identi
Hoping to take the stress out of teaching All American Boys to your class? Want to dive deeply into Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely's poignant novel, but just can't stomach spending the hours it takes to put together the questions, quizzes, and worksheets necessary? This All American Boys bundle ta
Teaching how to write a thesis statement (standard and implied) can be hard, but this will make it easy! This resource includes evaluating a prompt, brainstorming ideas, and writing a thesis activities. It's ready to be assigned for distance learning as independent student work as Google Links are
Rhetorical Analysis can be boring for students. Sometimes they have a hard time relating it to their own lives. Shake up your rhetorical analysis essay by having them analyze a social media profile. This assignment packet helps students pre-write, draft, and revise their essays. Students are asked t
These lessons (character analysis, irony, theme, opinion, and symbolism) introduce students to several different types of citing text evidence / constructed response prompts while guiding them through a step-by-step process of writing a 5-paragraph (or more) essay. Each lesson can be used in class
This full project-based unit gives an opportunity for students to analyze plot, character, and theme in the novel while also delving deeper into the concept of how literature fosters a sense of empathy.Three varied quizzes assess reading comprehension, while the final project encourages depth of lea
Do you need a laugh? Do your students need one, too? This fun and engaging resource was designed to entertain students as they learn. The 28-slide PowerPoint resource is a fun-filled reader’s theater version of O. Henry’s short story “The Cop and the Anthem” created for Grades 7-12. The reader’
Teaching argumentative writing can be hard, but this lesson guides students through a step-by-step process of writing a 5-paragraph (or more) essay. The lesson can be used in class or assigned for distance learning as independent student work. The instructional video with writing tutorial can also b

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