Results for analyze the prompt

Relevance
Scripts: Space science reader's theaters (3 scripts, 13 writing prompts)
Space science package 1 includes 3 scripts and 13 writing prompts. This is part of the Earth and space science bundle. Reader’s theater is an excellent way to teach science content while improving fluency, comprehension and giving students an opportunity to shine. While providing authentic reasons
$3.50
59 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (1.99 MB)

Hamlet Tragic Hero Essay Prompt & Rubric
*Completely revamped as of summer 2017!* An essay prompt asking students to analyze how Hamlet is a tragic hero and what his fatal flaw is. A suggested essay outline is provided to guide their writing and avoid plagiarism. A specific grading rubric is included for easy assessment. ***Check out the
$1.49
4 Ratings
3.8

Digital Download

PDF (319.41 KB)

King Lear Essay Prompts (AP-styled)
King Lear Essay Assignment : Want your students to have more experience with AP Literature -styled prompts, but don't where to begin? This resource includes three prompts modeled off of previous AP Q3 Prompts that will challenge your students to analyze big ideas and symbols of the text, as well as

Also included in: King Lear Unit Bundle (with essay prompts, discussion Q's, projects, & more!)

$2.00
1 Rating
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (112.34 KB)

Prompt Book Task
A great 2 day lesson for those days of spring fever! Get the kids out of the class and into groups to closely analyze one scene of a play through the lens of a director or actor. This task requires students to read closely, discuss, collaborate, and evaluate with a purpose. Can be used to assess R
$2.00
1 Rating
3.8

Digital Download

PDF (361.33 KB)

Crucible Analytical Essay Prompts with Rubrics
Four rigorous analytical writing prompts that ask students to analyze events, rhetoric, and character motivation from The Crucible. Rubrics for each prompt included. Download is a .zip file containing a PDF and .docx so you may edit whatever points or instruction you need for your classroom!
$1.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (1.1 MB)

Analyzing Film Formative & Summative assessments
Connecting film to written stories through a formative short writing prompt, story board creation of a short story, and a summative essay prompt.
Grades:
$1.00
$0.95
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

DOCX (499.81 KB)

Romeo & Juliet: Act 1-5 Journal Prompts
Contains 22 journal prompts for pre-reading, post-reading, and Acts 1-5 to help students interpret, analyze, and connect to the play, "Romeo & Juliet."
$6.95
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

PPTX (484.78 KB)

Thought Tracker | Interactive Handout For Analyzing Live Performances
Hey Teachers! Ever want to track the critical thinking in the moments when students are engaging in a live performance? Whether you're working with YouTube, movies or going to see a production, this handout gives student friendly prompts to track their critical and creative thinking. Designed for
$3.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

PDF (171.1 KB)

Writing Prompts Show Posters
My high school is currently pushing writing across the curriculum in a style similar to that used on our state tests. I created two written prompts to fulfill this requirement. They ask students to analyze posters and write about what makes them effective. *The posters are not my own creation. I onl
FREE
1 Rating
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (477.55 KB)

Diary of Anne Frank Play - Student-Ready Complete Packet
Diary of Anne Frank Student-Ready Packet is an attractively-designed ready-to-hand-out resource based on the play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. It is aligned with the Common Core Standards, most specifically RL8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, and W.8.1, 8.2, 8.3.:*analysis through citing textual eviden
$10.50
623 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (3.4 MB)

Mary Poppins Mega Pack
Mary Poppins Mega Pack of Activities Mary Poppins is a musical loved by people of all ages. This product gives you a wide variety of worksheets, writing prompts and activities to use with your students. This set was designed for grades 1-8 but could easily work for high school classes as well. C

Also included in: Musicals MEGA BUNDLE of Worksheets

$7.00
284 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (4.36 MB)

The Monsters are Due on Maple Street - Complete Unit Pack! {CCSS}
This is a fantastically engaging and complete unit for your middle schoolers for Rod Serling's The Monsters are Due on Maple Street. This is a teleplay from The Twilight Zone television series. You will get the following materials:Pre-reading Group Questions/Discussion PromptsPre-Reading Vocabulary

Also included in: The Monsters are Due on Maple Street Bundle {CCSS}

$7.25
183 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (35.48 MB)

A Midsummer Night's Dream: Response Packet (Standards-Aligned)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Response Packet will help students keep track of all of the play’s exciting twists and turns. Neatly designed in scene-by-scene sequence and focused on standards-based topics, prompts include analyzing text details and evidence, conflict, important quotations, point of view
$6.99
66 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (739.31 KB)

Reader's theater scripts: The Three Bears vs. Goldilocks + 2 more
Need a fun, fast way to make judicial proceedings come alive? Want students to be motivated to do cross curricular writing? Try this set of three scripts based on familiar childhood fairy tales that teach about the judicial system. The Three Bears vs. Goldilocks reader's theater script is written
$3.00
56 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (562.46 KB)

The Twilight Zone "The Masks" - Literacy Worksheets, Writing, Rubric, Discussion
This resource is included in a bundle! The Twilight Zone 5-Episode Lesson Bundle Hook and engage your language arts students with the power of ideas and creativity - relating literary concepts to episodes of "The Twilight Zone" makes your kids want to come to class. Enough lesson material for 2-3 d

Also included in: ELA Mega Bundle of Horror | Engaging Teaching Resources

$3.00
41 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (1.52 MB)

West Side Story Argumentative Graphic Organizers
This Omega English product contains 2 differentiated worksheets that focus on who is most responsible for the death of Tony. Students create an argument, use evidence from the text to support their argument, and analyze the evidence they selected. The worksheet also contains sentence starters to hel
$3.00
$2.50
3 Ratings
3.3

Digital Download

PDF (336.76 KB)

Fear and Arthur Miller’s The Crucible: Practice with Synthesis
Using Arthur Miller’s essay, “Tragedy and the Common Man,” and his play, The Crucible, students will review significant rhetorical devices and appeals. They will close read and annotate the text, interact with supporting video clips such as an expose on modern witch-hunting in India, listen to an NP

Also included in: American Studies Period 2: 1607-1754

$5.00
21 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

PDF (1.13 MB)

Reader's theater scripts: Martin Luther King
The 12 page Martin Luther King reader’s theater pack contains 2 reader’s theater scripts: Letter from a Birmingham Jail and I Have a Dream. Letter from a Birmingham Jail reader’s theater is a 2 page script for 8 reader’s that explains the events leading up to Dr. Martin Luther King’s arrest and sub
$3.00
12 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

PDF (289.26 KB)

Hamlet Unit! All Acts Worksheets and MORE--Now with Exam! {CCSS}
I hope you find these worksheets/activities useful. I created a number of options per act to really help students explore the depth and complexity of Hamlet.*Please note: There are not answer keys included in this packet at this time. Here are the contents:Pre-reading and Act IDiscussion questions.
$7.00
29 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

PDF (1.41 MB)

Medea Argumentative Graphic Organizers Greek Tragedy
Medea, the ancient Greek play written by Euripides, will send chills down every reader’s spine. Engage your students in a debate that centers around who is truly most responsible for the tragic deaths that occur in this play (Creon, Glauce, and the children). This product contains 6 differentiated
$4.99
5 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

ZIP (518.07 KB)

The Importance of Being Earnest: Practice with Literary Analysis
This lesson is designed for students to close read a passage from Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, analyze it for its tone, diction, and characterization. Students will write with greater depth about the author’s use of satire of the conventions during the Victorian Period. There is
$5.00
9 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

PDF (363.85 KB)

Non-verbal Communication for Drama Students
The worksheet “Analyzing Non-verbal Communication” asks students to reflect on other people’s body language and gestures to help them understand how much information can be conveyed without speaking. It can be given as a homework assignment either in anticipation of the lesson or to reinforce it aft
$2.50
10 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

ZIP (8.32 MB)

Reader's Theater script: Snow White Light & the Roy G. Biv Clan
Snow White Light and the Roy G. Biv Clan is a reader’s theater with 7 speaking parts. (if used as a staged performance 3 non speaking parts are included). The evil queen plans to throw the world into darkness using the Roy G. Biv clan until Snow White Light saves the day. Covers refraction, reflect
$2.00
10 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (3.05 MB)

Money and The American Dream: Practice with Synthesis
Is the American Dream still attainable in modern America? This question is asked in a recent New York Times Room for Debate which is featured in these lessons as is the poem “Money” by Dana Gioia and an excerpt from A Raisin in the Sun where Walter Lee and his mother debate the value of money. The
$4.00
8 Ratings
3.8

Digital Download

PDF (1.32 MB)

showing 1-24 of 54 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up