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Teaching students how to annotate text is an integral part of the common core curriculum. This text annotation resource includes everything you need to teach your middle and high school students how to properly annotate informational text. There are two different files in the zipped download.- An ed
Increase student engagement and understanding in your next literary analysis unit with interactive and hands-on close reading organizers and scaffolded writing responses. Students will enjoy using sticky notes in class as they analyze complex short stories and novels. This sticky note literary ana
It is my pleasure to present you with this project for drawing with coloured pencil crayons. The Eye of the Dragon!Level:For students in Grade 3 and all the way up to High School.Technique:DrawingVisual language:Your student learn how to create colour gradients. Materials:Coloured pencil crayonsWhit
Paraphrase, Quote, Summarize: Teach your students how to paraphrase, quote, and summarize text with this mini-unit. Your students will learn the differences between paraphrasing, quoting, and summarizing, and when to use each one in their writing.There are two different files in the zipped download.
This freebie includes a complete interactive reading notebook lesson on making inferences. It is a bonus lesson that is not included in my other notebook products, so be sure to download this if you own those as well. This lesson includes 3 activities and is aligned to CCSS standards for grades 4-8
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Writing Introductions and conclusions to essays can be difficult. Every semester, no matter how many lessons I use to show my students what good introductions and conclusions look like, they still struggle. Exit ticket after exit ticket asks for more help with intros and conclusions. So, I made th
This sentence structure teaching unit includes materials for direct instruction, student practice, and assessment. In this unit, students will learn about the four types of sentence stricture: simple sentences, compound sentences, complex sentences, and compound-complex sentences. This lesson plan i
ROMEO & JULIET has so many life lessons for our students. Engage them in the study of the play by helping them see the many connections they can make between their lives and those of the characters.This package includes a variety of responses, activities and reflections that are designed to hel
Spice up your lessons with this Titanic Pack! Students practice identifying and using nonfiction text features in natural context. They'll also compare multiple accounts of survivor stories. Just like all of my other activity packs, these lessons are FUN, extremely high-interest, organized, RIGOROUS
Looking for an engaging way to practice ethos, pathos, and logos? Want to practice debating in preparation for a formal debate? Just want to have some FUN and hit the listening and speaking standards? Feel like challenging your students to think fast on their feet? Don't know what else to teach tomo
Don't bore your students by reviewing the syllabus on the first day of school. Instead, set the tone for the school year and get students up and moving on Day 1 with these back-to-school learning stations.When you purchase this resource, you will receive 2 formats: a PowerPoint file designed to crea
Graphing the Constellations: This activity integrates Math and Science together by teaching students about coordinate graphing as well the constellations! The constellations are precisely positioned so that their positions match that of their actual positions in the sky! This can even be used as a
Help students to understand the significance of September 11 with this informative close reading passage. The two page passage describes the events leading up to the September 11 attacks, describes the day of the events, the aftermath of the attacks on Americans, and the memorials of the heroes lost
Teach your students about the tradition of the quincea√Īera using a three-level embedded reading on the subject. The third reading features two versions, one of which requires students to choose between the correct form of 'ser' or 'estar' for each instance, making it perfect for use after studying t
Most teachers have had to deal with plagiarism in some form or another, and many still haven’t quite figured out the best way to combat it. Some teachers give a stern warning and threaten serious consequences. Others use software to detect plagiarism. These methods work to some extent, but many stu
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ESSAY WRITING: The revision process is a key component of good writing, but many students like to rush through it. These learning stations will help your students slow down and focus on the all-important process of revision. Distance Learning Version added July 2020These stations are designed to ta
"The Lottery" Short Story Literature GuideThis package of documents features numerous materials for teaching Shirley Jackson's 1948 short story "The Lottery." Includes an introduction activity (using real stones), guided reading questions (for recall/comprehension, analysis, applying, critical think
Sarcasm, Irony, Satire, and Parody English Literary Devices Is That Sarcasm? Enhanced Lesson Plan for Irony, Satire, and Parody, Printables/ Handouts, Students' NotesEnglish language arts students like to laugh while they learn!Introduce English language arts students to the concepts of sarcasm, iro
Engage your students with this unique first day of school activity where students "investigate" the teacher and make inferences based on what they observe in the classroom. This kinesthetic activity is the perfect way to mix things up on Day 1 and set the tone for an engaging, student-centered year.
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This growth mindset lesson, Famous Failures, will have your students working collaboratively to learn about 6 famous failures and how they overcame obstacles on their path to success. Your students will learn to overcome obstacles, accept challenges and they will understand that mistakes are okay, a
A great first day activity!UPDATED WITH 34 COMPUTER GENERATED PUZZLE PIECES!!Puzzle "Peaces" Activity is great for the beginning of the school year or even when you just need to have that classroom community feeling again! This is a lesson that helps create classroom unity and acceptance among stude
Need a fast and easy way to create a differentiated lesson for your students? This handy one page "cheat sheet" or reference guide is all you need to create a lesson to meet the needs of your GATE students. This idea was developed by Sandra Kaplan who has worked in the field of Gifted Education fo
Use this cute and easy lesson planner, available to edit on Google Slides and PowerPoint, is all set for the 2020-2021 school year to plan your daily activities for your classroom. Simply print and put into a binder and you've got your lesson planner set for the year! It comes with 8 different layou
Do you own one of those gorgeous Erin Condren Teacher Planners but can't fit everything in those tiny boxes? Don't like your handwriting? Used to typing your lesson plans but still want to use your nice teacher planner? This may be the template for you! Included are three templates you can use to

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