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Scaffold the challenging first chapter of F. Scott Fitzgerald's American classic The Great Gatsby with these engaging learning stations designed to get your students critically thinking about key excerpts BEFORE they read. I facilitate these learning stations before assigning Chapter 1 for reading
This unit gives students a standards-based first-look at understanding American Indian culture, heritage, and history! I've included a variety of common-core aligned activities and texts that will certainly be a wonderful addition to any Social Studies curriculum!FEATURES• Six short reading passages
Introduction to Cells Close Reading Packet- Print & Digital Provide your Biology students with a basic understanding of the history of cell theory with this 9 page, no prep, INTRODUCTION TO CELLS CLOSE READING PACKET. Use as an introduction to your cell unit or to provide review and reinforcemen
This product contains 7 posters for displaying the elements of complex text: vocabulary, genre, sentence structure, etc. This is aligned to the Smart Start introduction to Close Reading in McGraw Hill Wonders. I used the 4th grade edition, but I expect that it is similar in other grades. Also inc
This introductory lesson teaches and takes students through the steps necessary to complete a close read. Based on many Common Core Standards, close reads help students dig deeper into a text. Learning Goals: * I can read a poem following the steps of a close read. * I can discuss the steps of a clo
This interactive close reading lesson engages students in activities to help them analyze various texts for the author's perspective. Perfect to launch a debate on gun control or as an introduction to an author study on Ray Bradbury, or a genre study on science fiction. This lesson includes... -A
Introduction to The Cell Membrane- Print & Digital Provide your Biology students with a basic understanding of the the cell membrane, its parts and function with this 3 page, no prep, INTRODUCTION TO THE CELL MEMBRANE CLOSE READING PACKET. Use as an introduction to Cell Transport or to provide r
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7th - 11th
Common Core Curriculum makes it clear that our young people need to be able to tackle more challenging texts. Unfortunately, many students don't know what to do when they run into a complex text. For some students, the moment they do not understand something immediately, they assume "it's too hard."
Grades:
6th - 8th
Looking for a no-prep close reading lesson on the prologue of Romeo and Juliet that will boost your students’ confidence and close reading skills?The prologue is more dense and poetic than the first scene of the play. If you have the time, it’s worth it to go slow here as students’ experience with
Great lesson plan bundle that can be split into 1/2/3 days depending on how fast you would like to move. Included is a... 1) Detailed Lesson plan with objectives and essential questions and directions 2) Notes page that goes along with Powerpoint presentation 3) Powerpoint presentation with 15+ s
Compare and contrast song lyrics in order to understand what a utopia is and why it is so hard to achieve. This lesson will walk you and your students through a close read of four different songs to jigsaw expert groups and teaching groups of the lyrics. Close Read questions are provided, as well as
This 33 page set of lessons focuses on presenting and practicing the 3 Phases of Close Reading to students in a fun and engaging format. Close Reading is a comprehension strategy used to engage students with challenging text to create deep understanding. This is meant to mirror the rigor and thoug
In this bundle you will receive the lessons, handouts, and PowerPoint needed for a mini 4-day unit that focuses on establishing/reviewing annotation skills, identifying central idea, and composing an evidence-based response. With colorful and relevant images, students will be able to engage in abstr
This can be used for a basic skills review with your class. In this Powerpoint, students examine how to read with purpose, develop meaningful annotations, identify and examine a central idea, and compose an evidence-based response. There are activities and instruction embedded within this presentati
I am so excited to go deeper into close reading in my classroom. While we all know close reading has been around since the 1940s, it is fun to open up ways for students to be the scholars we know they can be. Close reading is not mysterious. It can be engaging, fun, and collaborative. In this les
Before STAAR, I teach several thematic units with a persuasive element. My first go to is gender stereotypes, because the kids seem to engage with it very well. One thing that is always interesting to me is the fact that a lot of students don't seem to realize that gender norms are constantly chan
A great introduction to poetry. Use in many different ways this great tool that has students Close Reading poetry.
Start your students' study of Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter with an in-depth analysis of the first two chapters of the novel. After students have read Chapters 1 and 2 independently, they collaborate or work alone to discover the depth and complexity of Hawthorne's descriptions and ideas.
Close reading is an essential skill in AP Literature and Composition. This 9-minute whiteboard style video introduces students to the concept of close reading and takes them through an example from Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol. The package includes:a 9-minute whiteboard style mini lesson vide
I created this powerpoint to go along with the student packet (this ppt has direction/notes included on the slides that may be helpful for use with the student packet) to help with a close reading introduction for my students. I chose to use poems as my examples because that is where my students str
Students will learn to perform a close read on informational texts by following the step-by-step process. The zipped file includes: • Curriculum Map • Intro to Close Reading: Google Slides Presentation • Article: "They Loved Your GPA, Then They Saw Your Tweets" • Article: "Bad Behavior on Social Me
This is an article by Susanna Weiss originally published with Bustle (https://www.bustle.com/articles/170721-7-things-the-word-feminist-does-not-mean) The article covers 7 misconceptions about feminism. I used this as an introduction to a unit on feminism to debunk any misconceptions students may ha
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Common Core Curriculum makes it clear that our young people need to be able to tackle more challenging texts. Unfortunately, many students don't know what to do when they run into a complex text. For some students, the moment they do not understand something immediately, they assume "it's too hard."
Grades:
6th - 8th
This includes the lesson plan needed for slides 17-24 of Introduction to Close Reading & Writing. It explains the activities involved and provides handouts that correlate with the slides. It draws upon the information and materials from lesson 2 and allows students an opportunity to collaborativ

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