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Weary of students who slap quoted material into their essays without any framing or support? Fix this common mistake made by young writers with these interactive lesson materials.Begin with a “pre-test”/skill assessment of students’ knowledge regarding M.L.A. citation formatting and concrete detail/
You know you need to show your students the right way to handle sourced material to prevent plagiarism, but the subject matter can be so dry, causing teens to tune out during your lecture. To fix this, use a lecture disguised as a game to help cover the basics of proper MLA source citation and plagi
THESIS STATEMENT WRITING: Writing a strong thesis statements is always a challenge for students. This resource will help them understand what a thesis statement is, why it is important to have one, and what a strong thesis statement looks like. ======================================================
5 PARAGRAPH ESSAY: Teach essay structure with this 12 slide Powerpoint presentation goes through the most important elements of structuring the 5 paragraph essay. The Powerpoint uses a metaphor comparing writing an essay to making a sandwich. The presentation includes lots of information and clear
PERSUASIVE WRITING: Use these Common Core aligned resources to help your students improve their persuasive writing! INCLUDED IN YOUR PURCHASE• An 27 slide Powerpoint presentation that guides you through the entire lesson. The presentation covers the following information: - What is persuasive writ
These mini-lecture slides were designed to help middle school and high school students learn to write strong introductory paragraphs for literary analysis, argument, and research essays. This product includes PDF slides that can be projected as you lead a short lecture on a simple four-step formula
This is one part of a larger lesson on Elie Wiesel. There are some common elements in the two, but my second unit goes beyond the scope of this free unit, so if you like what you see here please have a look at the following: ❤️❤️Elie Wiesel: Hope, Despair and Memory ❤️❤️ MOVE AWAY FROM GENERIC QUESTION
Three-Step Essay Conclusion Paragraph FormatThese mini-lecture slides were designed to help middle school and high school students learn to write strong conclusion paragraphs for literary analysis, argument, and research essays. This product includes PDF slides that can be projected as you lead a sh
Topic Sentences Power Point Presentation - Instruction, Examples, and Exercises This Power Point presentation will help you teach your students everything they need to know about topic sentences. It is complete with instructions, examples for each point, and three exercises to check for understandi
These lecture slides were designed to help middle school and high school students improve the quality of their writing voices when building literary analysis essays. This product includes PDF slides that can be projected as you lead a short lecture on 11 words that rob the power from students’ writi
This PowerPoint shows students what transition words they can use. It goes over the different types of transitions and has examples of them used in sentences. The PowerPoint also has two excerpts that have students identify the transitions to be able to locate transitions used correctly with answers
The five-paragraph essay - the basis for so much middle school and high school writing... and beyond! This clear and colorful 30-slide PowerPoint slideshow gives a comprehensive overview of all the essential parts of the five-paragraph essay. The presentation could be used easily as an introduction
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Help your students learn techniques for writing powerful introductions to biographies. Techniques included are: Question lead, Look-Back lead, Quote lead, and Description lead. Each topic gets 2 slides, one slide to explain, and one slide to give examples. There is one slide dedicated to how to tran
This PowerPoint is a two-day activity. Students learn simple and easy ways to write hooks for many different types of essays. The activity starts out with a bell work prompts asking students what the best pick-up line they've ever heard is. We then talk about what the purpose of a pick-up lin
An experienced high school English teacher shares four brainstorm organizers to help middle school and high school writers gather their ideas and research before writing. To download your own set of the brainstorm organizers and complete samples shown in the video, go here: https://www.teacherspayt
Hope, Despair and Memory by Elie Wiesel HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAYCritical Reading; Higher Order ThinkingTHIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN COMPLETELY REDONE! IT IS NOW OVER 65 PAGES!This is a self-contained unit on textual analysis; everything you need is here. This unit focuses on the Nobel Peace Prize Lecture by
How often have your students been confused by the parts of the standard, academic essay? If you are like me, the answer to this is quite often. Use this product to help reduce the confusion that accompanies essay writing instruction. Here, I have included a number of useful resources:→A handout for
This presentation teaches students to write an analytical expository essay in an on-demand writing setting such as the ACT Aspire Writing Test.
These four brainstorm organizers will help middle school and high school writers learn to gather their ideas and research before writing. I’ve included not only blank handouts for you to use with your students, but also four examples of completed organizers to use as models. All of the pages can be
In this bundle, you can present a PowerPoint on embedding quotes with example quotes from Harry Potter, The Lightning Thief, and The Hunger Games! Provided with the PowerPoint are guided notes for the students to use during the presentation and an embedding overview sheet with an activity. Additiona
An experienced high school English teacher shares tips and tricks to make your teaching life easier. Today, we’re talking about how to help our high school and middle school students write strong introductory paragraphs by following a simple four-step formula. Introductory paragraph slides and hand
An experienced high school English teacher shares tips and tricks to make your teaching life easier. Today, we’re talking about how to help our high school and middle school students write strong concluding paragraphs by following a simple three-sentence formula. Want to view the free companion mat
An experienced high school English teacher shares tips and tricks to make your teaching life easier. Today, let’s talk about 11 words that steal the power from our students' literary analysis essays. Click here for a free copy of the Power of Words slides and handout shown in the video: https://www

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