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If you are someone who assigns books to be read outside of class or independently, this assignment will provide your students with an excellent vehicle for producing both a written verification of that reading as well as something suitable for a portfolio, school anthology, online literary magazine,
78 no-prep reader response prompts fiction and nonfiction texts for secondary students in editable Google Slides and .PDF formats.Each prompt is standards-based and requires textual evidence to support student thinking. Prompts may be used as formative assessments, warm-ups, timed writings, choice b
A précis is essentially a clear, concise, and logical summary of a passage, preserving its essential ideas only. In a précis, the writer should reproduce the logical development of the argument in as cogent a form as possible and paraphrase it in his/her own words. The purpose of writing a précis
This editable, comprehensive assessment on Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers measures reading comprehension and analysis of key characters and concepts from the novel. An answer key is included. To accommodate classroom and distance learning settings, this resource has been created using Google Dr
Teaching writing about holidays can be hard, but this Halloween unit with 4 complete Essay Prompts (Argumentative, Expository, Narrative, and Persuasive) 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
Writing Workshop: Time Saving Writing Content Editing Key. 46 writing content comments to respond to student writing in a timely manner. I spent years pouring over student drafts and making the same content comments over and over again!! I finally decided that I kept seeing the same content mistak
Teaching how to cite text evidence for The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas can be difficult, but this argumentative essay writing lesson guides students through a step-by-step process of writing a 5 paragraph (or more) constructed response with text dependent analysis as support. This lesso
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
Using a Close Reading format, Thomas Paine's words are studied as "First Impressions" and then with more deliberative questions and analysis. The study unit includes the following: - Teacher Directions and Suggestions, with notes. - Two board pages to introduce the lesson. - "First Impressions"
College Admissions Writing Mini-Unit: This resource will guide students through the college essay writing process from start to finish. From brainstorming activities to researching university values to revision stations, this unit provides a comprehensive approach to the writing process. Students wi
This Standardized Writing Test Prep Bundle has 26 lessons and includes everything you need to prepare your students for any Standardized Writing Test. All lessons include an engaging PowerPoint presentation, and a detailed Lesson Plan that provides Rigor with Differentiation and Enrichment suggestio
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
Based on the Rogerian Strategy of Argumentation, this graphic organizer can help students understand how to use and where to place the main points of their arguments with appropriate counter-arguments and refutations. This item can be easily used with all levels (most appropriately for high schoo
Common Core Argument Writing Rubrics for Grades 9-12 This digital download contains seven grades 9-12 argument writing rubrics (each one a variation). The rubrics are detailed and show the Common Core-alignment for each section/criteria. These ARE included in the following bundles: Common Core A
As we are all subject to education reform, PARCC and Common Core are leading most curricula but there are limited resources. Here is a source based, synthesis writing prompt with TWO student model essays to aptly demonstrate the skills of embedding sources, incorporating multiple perspectives and wr
Each of the quizzes in this file contains 10 multiple choice questions designed to check for literal comprehension. Each also ends with an essay prompt that goes up the critical thinking ladder and asks students to explain or analyze, using supporting evidence from the chapter. The first three quizz
This bundle combines ALL of my poetry resources from my AP Lit full course, plus any additional poetry assessments and lessons that I add in the future. This resource contains: Intro to Poetry Full Unit - This bundle contains my two week poetry unit which introduces students to poetry analysis throu
Why Teach A Format for Research Paper Conclusions?Writing conclusions for research papers is challenging for most high school students, and teaching students how to write conclusions is challenging for their teachers. Enter The Ultimate Conclusion Format - a step-by-step process I designed to elimin
This test would be suitable for any honors level, advanced, or AP English class. The test consists of five short answer and one essay question. You could also use the questions for either small-group or whole-class final discussion of the book--a great way to reinforce whatever comes out in the disc
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
If you have considered teaching Orwell’s 1984 but feel overwhelmed by the prospect of planning such an enormous and intimidating unit, here is your solution. I have taught 1984 to Honors Seniors for over 35 years and have developed and refined these resources. The activities are appropriate for any
The Poet Research Project Unit is a research and poetry/literary analysis unit designed to be done in conjunction with/after a poetry unit, or with students that have enough knowledge of poetic devices to be able to analyze a poem. The Poet Research Project Unit is extensive. It takes students, step
Teaching text dependent analysis 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 or constructed response. The lessons can be used in class or assigned for distance learning as independent student work. The in
Want to get your students writing better, thinking deeper, and analyzing the bigger ideas and themes of the play?The prompts, guides, handouts, rubrics, and suggestions here are all proven to work based on sixteen years of teaching writing to all levels of high school. It’s not easy to take students
In this lesson, students complete close readings of Lyndon B. Johnson's speech "We Shall Overcome" and Abraham Lincoln's "Second Inaugural Address." Then, they synthesize their understanding of the readings and write a short analytical essay requiring them to analyze the arguments in each speech.Thi

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