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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 c
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
Grades:
8th - 11th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Writing a Reach Paper PORTFOLIO: Grades 8-12 EDITABLEThis 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 resou
UPDATE – You can learn more about this writing contest at my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46cEHf0UoOUTired of grading endless stacks of essays? Want to lighten your grading load while still having students write and receive meaningful feedback on their work? The answer is to host
This product contains 10 ready-to-use passages and short response questions to guide students through the use of the RACE strategy. RACE is a writing strategy to help students answer passage-based, short response questions in a formal style, with using clear reasons and text evidence, and to provide
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 rea
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Use the heartbreaking story “The Scarlet Ibis” by James Hurst to teach your students the elements of literary analysis. This three-day lesson plan includes a 7-question deep-thinking exercise (with detailed answer key/class discussion starters), a pre-writing organizing task that will get your stude
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
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 Co
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
ESSAY WRITING RESOURCES: This essay bundle contains all the documents you will need to teach your high school (or late middle school) students proper essay writing. With engaging Powerpoint presentations, fun activities, graphic organizers, checklists, and more, your students will understand the ess
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
May can be a trying month for secondary teachers. This engaging end-of-the-year writing activity is an excellent way to keep students writing without having to take home stacks of research papers to grade when the weather is beautiful! With this Playlist of My Year resource, students will reflect on
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
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 th
Conclusions can be tough to write, but they are so critical to an essay: the equivalent of a dessert after a meal, leaving a final impression on the reader.This *EDITABLE* 45-minute lesson introduces students to conclusion paragraphs through a relatable metaphor and the analysis of two sample paragr
Students complete close readings of two texts: Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” and The Washington Post article “Study Suggests You Can Die of a Broken Heart” to make relevant connections. Students begin by completing an anticipation guide with statements about love and marriage. A handout with
If you're teaching August Wilson's play, Fences, you need this teaching bundle to help shape your unit and lesson plans. Included in this bundle:• 56 task cards with engaging critical thinking questions for every scene of the play• Anticipation guide• Writing activities for each scene• Acting activi
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 write
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This series of diagnostic assignments assesses a HIGH SCHOOL student’s overall reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills at the beginning of the school in order to create a baseline for assessing student growth over the course of the year.This bundle includes:1. Diagnostic Reading Assignment:
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education
A mini-lesson and handout on how to write an effective conclusion or concluding paragraph. Common Core aligned (CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W)
Grades:
5th - 12th
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
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
You've found the perfect graphic organizer—complete with a fillable PDF option—to help students visually and clearly connect the integral elements of any persuasive, argumentative, and informative essay: from the claim, reasons, evidence, and conclusion, students can better organize and map out thei
This instructional unit includes everything a teacher would need for Chinua Achebe’s novel Things Fall Apart, including three differentiated types of reading assessments. For weaker readers or students who need a high level of accountability, there is a half-page quiz for each of the 25 chapters. Fo

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