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Use this bundle of my popular bell ringers/warm-ups/mini-lessons to teach the Common Core-aligned grammar, literary term, and vocabulary skills your high school students need. This package of materials includes everything you’ll need to keep your students actively engaged at the start of each period. Here’s how it works:With M.U.G. Shot Mondays, students master Mechanics, Usage, and Grammar by working together to proofread real-world writing examples. These 38 weekly grammar editing sessions add
Teach your students proper email etiquette – or "email netiquette" – with this 45-minute "How to Email" lesson that includes a high-interest introductory lecture and two fun real-world writing activities.First, present the right and wrong way to build an email message with a dynamic 15-slide lecture (Prezi, PDF, and Google Slides versions included). Then, assign students to evaluate four sample emails sent by high school students seeking a summer internship. Finally, have students work individua
Grades:
8th - 11th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Welcome to Lit. Term Tuesday – an easy way to start your class each Tuesday (or whatever day you want) with a high-interest bell-ringer lecture featuring classic literary devices paired with modern examples with which your students are certain to identify. (These literary device lectures also work great as flipped content for weekly homework assignments on in-class stations.)Sure, everyone knows protagonist and antagonist, but have your students learned about anti-heroes (think: Walter White fro
This research writing unit and portfolio has everything you need to teach the research process in an organized and engaging way! Your students will strengthen their reading, writing, and researching skills throughout the research project.This comprehensive portfolio will help your students master the research writing process in 6 steps-- indicated by organized tabs (topic selection, research, annotated bibliography, research outline, the writing process, and reflection).This resource was updated
Make Edgar Allan Poe’s classic poem, “The Raven,” come alive for your students with this 44-slide lecture and five pages of lesson materials that include detailed directions, a full-text version of Poe's gothic poem, links to a high-quality audio version, "Faux Poe" creative writing assignment, and answer key. The interactive lecture (Prezi, PDF, and Google Slides versions included) inspires students to dig back into the text, think critically, and decode Poe’s structure and technique.These mate
Throughout my teaching career, I have developed a step-by-step guide for writing a literary analysis essay that is practical and easy to follow for both teachers and students. In this book, I have compiled 20 mini-lessons that take students through the entire writing process, step-by-step, from reading samples, to brainstorming, to drafting, to editing and revising, and to reflecting. In fact, these lessons are built so that they are reproducible for teachers. You can simply take each mini-less
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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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
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Tired of reading page after page of uninspired research papers? Let’s face it – our kids hate writing research essays, causing us to be exhausted when reading their half-hearted efforts. A far better approach to teach the Common Core informative/explanatory writing skills our students need is to use a blog-style treatment as students practice their research skills on high-interest topics.Begin by introducing the elements of a strong blog post and discussing the unique style of this type of writi
Use this bundle of my popular bell ringers/warm-ups/mini-lessons to teach the Common Core-aligned grammar, vocabulary, and critical thinking/problem-solving skills your high school students need. This bundle of materials (Vol. #2) includes everything you’ll need to keep your students actively engaged at the start of each period. (All of this content is completely new and separate from the content offered in the Volume 1 Bell-Ringers Bundle – no repeats!)Here’s how it works:With M.U.G. Shot Monda
This writing unit focuses on explanatory and informative (expository) writing and is aligned with the Common Core State Standards. It has also been recently updated to include Google Drive / Google Classroom editable handouts (perfect for distance learning!) and MLA 8 style handouts.This IS included in my mega bundle: ALL of my WRITING RESOURCES GROWING BUNDLE.Students will learn to write informative/explanatory essays and research papers by following the step-by-step process. The zipped file in
Smoothly launch your high school English class each day with this bundle of my popular bell-ringers/warm-ups/mini-lessons to teach the Common Core-aligned skills your students need. (NOTE: This product is the first semester's worth of material included in my FULL YEAR VOL. 1 BELL RINGERS. If you've already purchased that massive budget-priced bundle, do NOT purchase this item – you already own all of the same content.)With M.U.G. Shot Mondays, students master Mechanics, Usage, and Grammar by wor
Writing a Summary: Common Core Informative/Explanatory Writing Activities - NO PREP - Just print and go! This IS included in my mega bundle: ALL of my WRITING RESOURCES GROWING BUNDLE. Summarizing is a life-long skill. Our students will enter the real world soon and will find themselves having to summarize many different types of work for employers, employees, and even clients. It's essential that we teach them this valuable skill. This pack focuses on summarizing nonfiction pieces. Students
Lizzie Borden was tried and ultimately acquitted for the MURDER of her PARENTS in the 1890s. The trial was controversial. How could a WOMAN possibly hack her parents to death and why? How could this have happened while she was HOME if she didn't do it? In this nonfiction unit, students will read articles about the case and then decide for themselves if they think Lizzie Borden is INNOCENT or GUILTY. If your students like this nonfiction unit, be sure to check out the Bespoke ELA activity on
The Declaration of Independence can be a daunting document for teachers to explain to students, but this primary source lesson will help students understand the major themes and concepts within the document itself. Though Thomas Jefferson's Declaration was written in the 18th century, this worksheet has proven to be a fantastic, big-picture way for today's students to study such an important writing without becoming overwhelmed. The Declaration is really just a big "break-up letter" from the co
CNN 10 (CNN Student News) is the perfect avenue for students to stay informed on current events. This PDF and GOOGLE DRIVE set of graphic organizer worksheets are an excellent way to analyze and summarize the current events of the day using CNN10. These various templates will help students of all ages stay engaged while watching CNN 10. A simple writing format helps students recognize, summarize, and write opinions about the major headlines of the day. I find this resource to be extremely prac
As a complement to your study of J.D. Salinger’s classic novel The Catcher in the Rye, help your students look closely at the vernacular of Holden Caulfield. With this fun handout and short lecture slide deck, students will understand the components that make Holden’s voice one of the most unique in American literature.Step 1: Have students work in teams of two to complete the slang match-up self-quiz covering Holden's word choice from The Catcher in the Rye. (A printable PDF worksheet, interact
Writing instruction has never been easier! This download now includes ALL of my writing resources: argument and persuasive, expository (including journalism), and narrative writing. In addition, I added helpful outlines, prompts, and rubrics. The skills practiced are standards-based, aligned with the Common Core State Standards.This is a MEGA BUNDLE of the following products:*ARGUMENT*Argument Writing Mega Bundle (Includes Unit, Editable Handouts, Rubrics, AND Presentation) (This is included in
NEW IN 2020: Rigorous! Thought-provoking! Discussion-based! This 100-page EDITABLE curriculum has everything you'll need for profoundly stimulating lessons on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein! Invite your class to engage in student-driven discussions without compromising on intellectual rigor. The pre-reading handouts, discussion questions, daily quizzes, and analytical writing assignments will challenge your students to dig beneath the surface of the text and generate profound interpretive insights!
Make civics practical and exciting for students using this Social Studies simulation that allows students to experience the Legislative Branch! Students will participate in writing bills for their school, community, or state while learning the various stages within the lawmaking process. All voices are heard as students become members of Congress, participate in committees, debate on the floor, and watch their President sign the bills that survive the entire process. Not only do students love
A 127 page COMPLETE unit on the novel! NO "FLUFF": This unit focuses on LITERARY DEVICES, SKILLS APPLICATION, and LITERARY ANALYSIS. Unit includes reading guide questions and quizzes, literary analysis activities, and AP style tests and essays. Original photographs of Afghanistan included on handouts.EXAMPLE PACING GUIDES: 3 sample pacing guides for 3 different levels (Honors/AP, Grade Level, Below Grade Level) for a 3 weeks unit. * over 135 READING/ANALYSIS SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS (based on Bloo
As English teachers, we ask our students to edit and revise their peers' essays. However, students do not always know how to give constructive feedback. It's important that students are able to give constructive feedback about targeted writing skills while also maintaining the dignity of the writer. This product contains a handout with five tips for writing effective comments during peer revision and coaches students on how to go about giving thoughtful, quality feedback on academic essays in
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
350+ pages of print and digital resources! This product includes everything you will need to teach the popular, inspiring memoir The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls including ready-to-go digital materials for Google Classroom/distance learning! Everything in this bundle has been tested out in my own classroom and deemed successful for engagement, challenge, and accuracy. It is guaranteed to save you A TON of time. This resource just had a HUGE update! If you have purchased this unit previously,
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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Find this mini-lesson as part of our Literary Analysis Mega Bundle, sold separately. Bundle and save! CLICK HERE!Writing commentary is without a doubt the most difficult aspect of the literary analysis essay. It is the ONE part for which there is no formula because it's the part of the essay that contains the writer's original thoughts, or commentary/ analysis, on the evidence of the essay. In this 38-page bundle, I have provided students with two methods for crafting commentary that will he
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This bundle is the ULTIMATE Shakespeare Sonnet Bundle by Bespoke ELA. With over 100 pages of resources to help your students analyze Shakespearean sonnets, this bundle is an excellent addition to any unit on Shakespeare.This bundle includes:1. Sonnet Visual Notes Page-- for students to use during introductory notes-- or students can use this page as a WebQuest guide2. Sonnet Mad Libs Activity3. Sonnet Stalking Task Cards-- to use for making observations of the style + traits of Shakespeare's
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education

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