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Understanding Prose, Poetry, and Drama Activities to address the CCSS
This packet contains activities to use to teach the differences between prose, poetry, and drama. It addresses the Common Core Standard RL.4.5- Explain major differences between poems, drama, and prose, and refer to the structural elements of poems (e.g., verse, rhythm, meter) and drama (e.g., cas
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Stop, Think, then Go! game for addressing impulse control and flexibility.
Use the Stop, Think, then Go! game to help your students with impulse control problems. Help them identify positive reactions, reinforce their ability to "stop and think" before reacting, and help them to realize they can't control a situation, but they can control their reaction! In this
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Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation & Gettysburg Address 3D Foldable
Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation & Gettysburg Address 3D Foldable This fun, "craftivity" has your students read a short, one page story about President Abraham Lincoln and his two most famous works: the Emancipation Proclamation and Gettysburg Address. Students then create a 3D figur
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Gettysburg Address Abraham Lincoln Comic
Your students will read and learn about Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address with the Comic. Included in this file is the "Gettysburg Address Comic," "Comprehension Questions and Answer Key", and Gettysburg Address Translation Handout, as well as a blank "Modern Gettysburg Address" page to put up i
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Lincoln's Gettysburg Address & Emancipation Proclamation Primary Source Analysis
Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg Address & Emancipation Proclamation Primary Source Analysis Included in this lesson are 9 primary sources that refer to either President Lincoln's Gettysburg Address or the Emancipation Proclamation. These include political cartoons and newspaper accounts of each one.
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An INTERACTIVE book for addressing answering WHERE questions!
I use this easy to assemble 25 page interactive book to engage students while teaching the concept of "where" and to teach (and practice) how to answer "where" questions with a place of location. Answering these kinds of questions can be a real challenge for our students, but manipulating the rela
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Commas in Dates and Addresses Story Booklet, Assessment, and Follow-up Activity
Teach commas in dates and addresses with this engaging and interactive story booklet and follow-up activity. Students will help Marty the mailman return all the missing commas to the addresses and dates of the letters he is delivering! Assess your students with a short quiz that will give you great
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Simple Machines Hands-On FUN! {addresses NGSS 3-PS2-1 and 3-PS2-2}
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George Washington's Farewell Address Analysis Worksheet
George Washington's Farewell Address Analysis Worksheet This is a two page edited reading of President George Washington's Farewell Address of 1796. In it, he warns America of the dangers of a 2 Party System and about getting entangled in foreign affairs. It is a wonderful speech for students to
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Polka Dot Labels -  30 Address Label Size Sheets (Avery 18160) Editable
Bright and fun! Fully editable multipurpose tags to use around your classroom. These handy labels come in three different polka dot styles. Use them to label: binders, student name tags, lockers, books, etc. Super handy and versatile in the classroom. The labels measure approximately 1 x 2-5/8
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Gettysburg Address: Investigate, Restate, & Create with Lincoln's Words!
Gettysburg Address: Investigate, Restate, & Create with Lincoln's Words! Google 1:1 Compatible! This lesson is included in the larger The Civil War Unit, located here:
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I Sea Subtraction-Differentiated I-Spy To Address Common Core
This I-Spy subtraction activity is tiered meet the various readiness levels of your students and also addresses Common Core Standards in Math for K-2. Kindergarten O.A.5 Fluently add and subtract within 5. Grade 1 O.A.6 Add and subtract within 20 demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction wi
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The Gettysburg Address Rhetorical Analysis Activity Packet
Teach your students rhetorical analysis with this "Gettysburg Address" Rhetorical Analysis Activity Unit. This resource includes rhetorical analysis and writing activities for Abraham Lincoln's famous speech. This resource includes: A teacher introduction page Annotation Guide Rhe
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Addressing an Envelope Activity Packet
This is an activity packet I put together to teach kids how to address an envelope. There are 17 pages as follows: Page 1 - Cover Page 2 - Student Informational Sheet Page 3 - Addressing an Envelope Practice Page 4 - Addressing an Envelope Practice Page 5 - Addressing an Envelope Practice adding C
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Saying Goodbye: President Washington's Farewell Address-What Advice Did He Give?
Saying Goodbye: President Washington's Farewell Address-What Advice Did He Give? This lessons is included as part of the "New Nation Unit," located here: New Natio
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Book Talks: A Fun Way to Address Speaking and Listening Standards!
Are you looking for a fun way to address all those speaking and listening standards? What about a way to motivate your reluctant readers? Book Talks are perfect! Students are able to practice speaking in front of their peers and they are responsible for answering follow up questions. The “audience”
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George Washington Farewell Address Comic Lesson Plan
Your students will enjoy learning about the Warnings Posed by Washington as he stepped down from office with this comic! Students can work individually or in groups to read and complete the comic and answer questions that will provide great classroom discussions. Included in this file: Washington'
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What If You Had Animal Teeth!? Addresses NGSS 3-LS4-2 Animal Adaptations
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Kindergarten Morning Work For The Entire Year! Address Common Core Skills!
IT'S HERE! MORNING WORK FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR! This set contains 10 months of MEANINGFUL morning work activities that the students can complete independently. Each week, I focus on a few different skills that we have worked on in class. Since each week's sheets are so similar, I only have to explain
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Commas in an Address Game
***Same great game - updated graphics 2015 This game covers CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.3.2b (Use commas in addresses). Included are: game directions, 24 questions cards, an answer key, 5 game color boards, 5 black/white game boards, and 5 game pieces. All addresses relate to United States landmarks, so
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Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address: Common Core Nonfiction Unit
42 page unit plan — “As our case is new, we must think and act anew.” These famous words from Abraham Lincoln are guideposts for teachers who are seeking ways to adopt Common Core State Standards in their classrooms. Common Core is going to redefine education for the 21st century, and as educators w
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Practice with Rhetorical Analysis- The Gettysburg and Second Inaugural Addresses
Among the greatest speeches of American History is President Abraham Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address. Given on March 4, 1965, less than six weeks before his assassination, the speech is noted for its short length, powerful message and numerous rhetorical devices. It offers students insight into t
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A Close Read of The Gettysburg Address with Text Dependent Questions
Includes: Copy of the Gettysburg Address Glossary of 18 Terms Text Broken into Chunks with Over 20 Side-by-Side Text Dependent Questions The chunks of text are on the left side and the questions that accompany that chunk of text are located on the right side. Allowing a slow, close examination and
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"My Daily Check-In Chart": A Strategy to Address Challenging Classroom Behavior
This FREEBIE, “My Daily Check-In Chart” outlines a strategy that teachers can implement to address challenging student behaviors in the classroom. This is a versatile and user friendly intervention which teachers can easily adapt to meet individual student needs. The packet includes examples, instru
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Common Core L.5.2c: Commas (Tags, Introductions, Direct Address)
Common Core Language Standard L.5.2c : Use a comma to set off the words yes and no (e.g., Yes, thank you), to set off a tag question from the rest of the sentence (e.g., It's true, isn't it?), and to indicate direct address (e.g., Is that you, Steve?). I find that most of my students already know h
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Deep See Addition-Differentiated I-Spy Addressing K-2 Common Core
This I-Spy addition activity is tiered to meet the various readiness levels of your students and addresses Common Core Standards in Math for K-2 as well. Kindergarten. OA.5 Fluently add and subtract within 5. Grade 1.OA.6 Add and subtract within 20 demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction
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George Washington's Farewell Address Primary Source Analysis
Washington’s Farewell Address is one of the most recognized documents in US History. In it, Washington lays out his hopes and dreams for the United States of America. For centuries, Americans have looked to this document for advice – but have we followed the ideals set forth in this docume
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Safety Unit: Phone Number & Address
***Updated 2017!! This packet will give your students the practice they need for writing their phone number and home address. There is a phone sheet where students can practice touching the numbers on the phone. There is a sheet where students will practice writing their own name, their mother's na
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Phone number and address practice, learn your address and phone number
These are great for pre k, kindergarten, prep, grade 1 etc to find out and learn their address. I usually send these home to gather the information from the family and then the children bring it back to school for me to type up using dotted fonts. The children then practice writing their address and
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Primary Documents: Emancipation Proclamation and Gettysburg Address
This is a unit covering two of the pivotal moments in the presidency of Abraham Lincoln. The download includes two reading activities (centered around the Emancipation Proclamation and the Gettysburg Address), two multiple choice reading assessments, student response essay questions, guided reading
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What's My Address and Phone Number
How many of your students dont know their address or phone number. This is a safety issue to me. So I thought what a better way to practice this skill.This was created for use in a writing stations or with Daily 5 writing. Options for use: * laminate and reuse with dry erase marker * Book for Vis
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Speech Unit: The Gettysburg Address, I Have A Dream, and JFK's Inaugural Address
This unit is a comparative study of "The Gettysburg Address," "I Have a Dream," and "JFK's Inaugural Address" while writing an informational, instructional, persuasive, or entertainment. It is alligned with the common core standards and provides cross curricular instruction to include English Langua
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George Washington's Farewell Address Common Core Ready, DBQ
This lesson is part 6 of a larger unit - Washington's Presidency Follow the link, purchase the entire unit and save big Washington's Presidency Common Core Ready Unit Bundle This l
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George Washington’s Farewell Address: Common Core Nonfiction Unit
61 page unit plan — Our unit on George Washington’s Farewell Address is designed for both English Language Arts and history teachers. It is a self-contained unit appropriate for comprehensive, charter, and home school instruction. Each lesson covers a variety of ELA Common Core Standards for grades
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Washington Farewell Address - Close Reading, Writing Assignment, and Notes
George Washington’s Farewell Address Activities and Guided Notes Included in this resource: Word Splash writing activity, Close reading on Address, and Optional notes you could use in class. You can pick and choose the resources that best fit into your lessons. Word Splash: Activity is designed
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Wait A Minute Mr. Postman: Using Commas in Addresses
This activity addresses (no pun intended) the Common Core standard -- CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.3.2.B using commas in addresses. You'll get a one page anchor chart describing how to use commas in addresses (both on envelopes and in sentences). Includes a one page worksheet with practice for adding commas
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Keilani Learns To Use Commas in Addresses
This is a comprehensive PowerPoint Lesson for teaching commas in addresses. It is in Direct Instruction (EDI) format which includes a Learning Objective, Activating Prior Knowledge, Vocabulary Development, Concept Development, Skill Development, Guided Practice, and a reproducible Independent Practi
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Gettysburg Address Analysis Worksheet Common Core
This is an easy instructional printable worksheet. Students analyze the Gettysburg address by translating it into modern English. All high level words are defined right in the text. The worksheet has a passage about President Lincoln and the context of this famous speech in the Civil War. ***SAVE B
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Grammar and Reading Pack: addresses common core standards
Meet common core standards for second grade and provide differentiation for first and third grade. Contains grammar and language arts skills practice on: Reality/Fantasy Apostrophes Root Words Inference Predicting Fact/Opinion Complete/Incomplete sentences If you liked this product you might a
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DBQ: Addressing the Problems Caused by the Industrial Revolution
This Document Based Question (DBQ) follows the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and can be used in a variety of ways from an assignment, test prep, substitute lesson plan, and assessment. I use this as a review for the New York State Global History and Geography Regents exam. The topic is the In
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What If You Had Animal Ears!? Addresses NGSS 3-LS4-2 Animal Adaptations
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Commas In Addresses
This is a sheet I created for students to practice commas in addresses as if you were actually addressing an envelope. This applies to the rule that only the city and state need a comma between them. See my other page for rules regarding using an address in sentence format.
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Life Skills Reading + Writing: Addressing Envelopes - Friendly Letter - BUNDLE
| Life Skills Reading | Writing | Addressing Envelopes | Mailing Things Out | Friendly Letter | Jeopardy | BUNDLE | Special Education | Teaching students how to write letters and mail them out is a hugely important skill that often gets overlooked in the classroom! I have decided t
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What If You Had An Animal Nose!? Addresses NGSS 3-LS4-2 Animal Adaptations
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Gettysburg Address - Translating into the Vernacular - tested, engaging activity
There are 6 total pages with this download - This assignment allows students to read through the ten sentences of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address and re-write them into contemporary language. Although there are many ways to do this, I have also included a completed 'answer key' as an example of how t
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Commas in Addresses and Quotations Halloween Edition
Use this resource to teach students how to use the comma in an address by correctly filling out address labels for Halloween characters. Students will also learn to use the comma in dialogue by writing conversations between Halloween characters. How it Works After
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Map Skills Vocab Activity {address, city, state, country, continent...& beyond!}
Help your visual and kinesthetic learners master mapping vocabulary with this colorful, stackable puzzle activity! Students stack the cards in order from largest to smallest area, saying the vocabulary terms aloud as they work. Self-checking! Includes: address city county state country continent
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Gettysburg Address Power Point with Activities
This power point presentation is on the Gettysburg Address. The class will recite it together and be encouraged to memorize this two minute speech. This instructive presentation explains the circumstances around this speech and links Martin Luther King’s speech given 100 years later to the Gettysbur
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"Gettysburg Address" Text with Scaffolded Annotations
Challenge your struggling readers and English Language Learners to successfully tackle difficult text! This Constructing Meaning-style text of Abraham Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" is two pages, double-spaced, with line numbers. In the right margin, students are asked to work with vocabulary and co
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Washington's Farewell Address Warnings Chart
It seemed as if President George Washington was the Nostradamus of his time. In his farewell address to the nation, Washington gave his citizens several warnings and suggestions. Looking back at this speech makes you think... This worksheet served as an anticipatory set to get students thinking a
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Gettysburg Address Close Read AND Summary Writing (Full Text Included!)
This Common Core aligned close reading and scaffolded summary writing lesson for the Gettysburg Address provides students with a deep understanding of Lincoln's famous speech. Everything is ready to print and includes: Comprehensive Close Reading Direction
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COMMON CORE CLOSE READ - JFK INAUGURAL ADDRESS WITH KEY 1360 LEXILE
John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address is listed as one of the most famous of American speeches. Loaded with literary devices, emotional appeal, and references to the Cold War, it is a phenomenal speech for a close read activity. This process will engage students deeply in the text so that they gain no
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