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Your students will be fighting to read more with the "I Survived the American Revolution, 1776" Mega Pack! This novel is written for a fourth grade reading level but could easily be used in grades 3-5, and with advanced 2nd grade readers. This 67 page product download includes: 10 days of Lesson P
A visual worksheet to supplement your study of British Literature where reference is made to pre-decimal currency. Used alongside Dickens, Bronte, Austen, Priestley, and many others!The first main task asks pupils to find and recreate the face of each coin, which can be an internet task or a coin-ru
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Flatland is a fictional story by Edwin A. Abbott. The main character is a square living in a two-dimensional world. The book has been used for many years to help math students visualize concepts. However, it also has application in History and English due to the underlying reason the author wrote th
The leisurely air of the characters in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice can be confusing to readers of today, who—you know—expect people to actually have jobs and do things. This Power Point presentation puts the life of the upper class (even that of the Bennet family, who were, I suppose, “lower u
A review of Jane Eyre by Elizabeth Rigby, as printed in the Quarterly Review in 1848, criticizing Bronte for her portrayal of Jane as an atypical Victorian woman. Rigby makes several claims against Jane's character, citing specific evidence from the novel. Accompanying this article is a chart for st
This is a PowerPoint introducing child labour for an Industrial Revolution Unit. It can also be used in conjunction with a novel study on 'In the Sea There Are Crocodiles'. It is designed to increase student's knowledge and encourage critical and ethical thinking.
This is a video guide to the miniseries "John Adams" by HBO. It is only for Part I: Join or Die. I used this in addition to my teaching of the novel "The Fifth of March" by Ann Rinaldi. This section of the miniseries starts with the Boston Massacre, followed by John Adams representing the British s
This is an 11 page workbook meant to help students understand the historical events in this novel. There are some vocabulary and writing activities, but the focus is on historical events.
Students take notes while actor David Tennant gives them the inside scoop on one of Shakespeare's most famous tragic works, "Hamlet." The worksheet entails 20 questions, listed in presentation order, and includes an answer key. Activity created based on the acclaimed PBS Series, Shakespeare Uncove
This is the handout that goes with my Tudor Monarchy Historical Background Lesson. Student fill in the notes in an outline format as they follow the presentation. You could also just give this outline to your students and have them research to find the information to complete the outline.I use this
This is a quick two page reading guide for the graphic novel "The Boston Tea Party" by Matt Doeden. There are sentences with blanks to be filled in as the students read. It can easily be done as independent work, or in a small group. There is an answer key included.
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OVER 200 COPIES SOLD.The Shakespeare Stealer is a complete 79 page novel study guide. The guide is presented chapter-by-chapter and includes the following distinct sections: Before You Read, Vocabulary, Comprehension Questions (including many higher-level thinking questions); Activities. The novel
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A Blooms Taxonomy unit plan for Mark Twain's The Prince and the Pauper. This unit includes craft and creative writing responses, graphic organisers, samples and photos of student learning, puzzles and more.
This document is all you need to teach Jane Eyre! Recently updated as of 2/24/2017. Download includes: -Introduction to Bronte and the novel (courtesy of Glencoe literature) -Student vocabulary handout with teacher answer key -1848 Rigby article and corresponding student graphic organizer activity
Set in 1940 in London, England. War is breaking out as Hitler's Nazi forces begin their deadly march to seize control over Europe. But that is not the only war in 10-year-old Ada’s life. Abuse, pain, and isolation have been her constant companions. Will she be successful in joining the British ch
Cue For Treason Study Guide contains vocabulary and questions arranged according to grouped chapters of the novel (1-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, 13-16, 17-20, 21-25). Also included are the following titles: Character and Historical Figures, Chapter Presentation, Response Essay, Projects, Book Cover, Comic B
A descriptive handout packet describing the various ideals of womanhood during the Victorian Age, as applicable to the novel Jane Eyre. The handout is broken up by topic into one page handouts for easy small group distribution: The woman as the icon, ideal woman, at home, household management, ideol
This download is a combination of my most helpful resources to teach "Beowulf." Included: -Elements of an epic and the epic hero cycle. Followed by a grading rubric for an assignment which encourages students to write their own creative epic! -Handout on literary devices and kennings (covered on t
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This resource provides teachers with a short biography of author Agatha Christie and is perfect for introducing a unit on And Then There were None or any novel by this best-selling mystery writer (only the works of Shakespeare have sold more than Christie’s books!). It also works well to introduce t
This is a great activity for introducing a unit on Shakespeare. The PowerPoint takes students step by step to draw the stage of the Globe Theater. I have used this for students to create a 2D drawing then they use the representation to create their own 3D version out of various materials. It is a
A teaching guide for the Robert Bolt play about Sir Thomas More and Henry VII. Includes web links for preliminary readings on Tudor England and the English Reformation, study questions, and a followup 35-item matching and multiple choice exam to monitor student comprehension of the play.
This unit, written for grades 6-9, contains more of the classics of literature: The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Prince and the Pauper, A Tale of Two Cities, Around the World in Eighty days, The Count of Monte Christo and The Mutiny on the Bounty. The novels provide a wide variety of themes and set
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Flatland is a fictional story by Edwin A. Abbott. The main character is a square living in a two-dimensional world. The book has been used for many years to help math students visualize concepts. However, it also has application in History and English due to the underlying reason the author wrote th

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