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Inference Comic Strip Project
Inference Comic Strip Project Great for Upper Elementary and Middle School Students! Project Purpose: To help students practice their skills of inferring. Project Background: Students should have previous experience with how to infer while reading as well as reading comic strips. Project: Stud
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Comic Strips: Complete Unit for Lang. Arts & Media (15 Lessons w Handouts)
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Develop Synthesis Skills Without Lengthy Reading Passsages Comic Strips make great high-interest reading material for the middle school grades. They are a lot of fun to work with because they don’t require a huge volume of reading, yet require higher-level thinking in order to decode the humour. My
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Amigo Brothers Comic Strip PLOT DIAGRAM
This assignment is a final project for Piri Thomas' short story, "Amigo Brothers." The story is about two inner-city kids who are best friends and who both love boxing, but find out that they have to fight each other. This project is the culmination of learning several key concepts, including: PLOT
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Comic Strip PLOT DIAGRAM Project
This assignment is a final project for a short story of your choosing. The project is the culmination of learning several key concepts, including: PLOT (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution); CONFLICT; CHARACTERIZATION; SETTING (time and place of the story); and DIALOGUE
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Character Traits Lesson Plan Using Comic Strips
Sneak in some reading and writing skills with this fun lesson that encourages students to discover the "why behind the what" of character's decisions. Students will learn about the Chinese Zodiac through the PowerPoint, evaluate each animal's traits with a fun handout, and put their knowledge to use
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ELA Collaborative Writing Activity ~ Comic Strip Short Story Synthesis
This is a 2-page, double copies per page, step-by-step set of directions for students to create an original comic strip re-telling a mystery short story through both word and image. This activity can easily be used in a Creative Writing elective, or in any unit focused on plot development and analys
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Comic Strips: Complete Unit for Lang. Arts & Media (14 Lessons w Handouts)
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Develop Synthesis Skills Without Lengthy Reading Passsages Comic Strips make great high-interest reading material for the middle school grades. They are a lot of fun to work with because they don’t require a huge volume of reading, yet require higher-level thinking in order to decode the humour. My
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Creative Comic Strip to Assess Plot
This project can be adapted for use with unlimited pieces of literature, but it is shown being used as an introduction to plot analysis with the story "The Necklace." This includes teacher notes, student directions, a project sheet, and a rubric. Project Objective: Students will create a comic strip
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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Comic Strip
Comic strip for Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, and Very Bad Day assessment with rubric. This goes with Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, and Very Bad Day lesson plan in my store.
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Cartoon Strip Rubric
This assessment is good for any subject in which the teacher includes an activity that involves drawing a comic strip. It is simple and colorful (can also be printed in B/W. Categories include: Understanding of Topic Graphics Creativity Neatness
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Reading Response Activities - 20 Creative Reading Response Sheets
Do your students crave creative ways to respond to their reading? How about you? Do you long for fun activities that motivate students to read while simultaneously developing students’ reading comprehension skills? Well, then you’re going to LOVE this resource filled with 20 Creative Reading Resp

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Jumanji Book Study Chris Van Allsburg Common Core
Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg: An In-Depth Picture Book Study for Grades 3-8 Purchase all My Chris Van Allsburg Book Studies as a Bundle and $ave! Chris Van Allsburg Author Study of 7 Books! 1] Ben’s Dream Book Study 2] Just A Dream 3] The Stranger Book Study 4] The Widow’s Broom 5] The Wr
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FSA or PARCC Writing Prompt:  My Super Hero IS Super!
This fun activity allows students to gather information, take notes, and complete an essay based on the process used to assess them through high-stakes testing. Students will read an informational text called What Makes a Hero Great, they will watch a video piece explaining the Hero’s Journey Myth,
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Edgar Allan Poe Short Story Unit with Questions, Close Reading, and Activities
Edgar Allan Poe - Spooky Short Story Lessons and Close Reading Resources for “The Black Cat”, “The Tell Tale Heart”, and “The Raven” This Edgar Allan Poe Literature Guide contains common core aligned resources to practice text annotation skills and actively engage students in challenging text. Per
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Monster Theme Reading Strategies Bundle
This bundle of monster themed resources can be used with literature circles, book clubs, guided reading, or whole group core reading instruction. The strategy organizers are similar to My Fable, Folktale, and Myth Unit organizers in that they are detailed and specific in applying the strategy. Th
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Independent Reading Project- Student Choice!
Are you struggling with accountability and independent reading? I've found the best way to keep my students accountable and also have fun is giving them this "choice" project. Each student will pick one of the 7 options to talk about their book. They are separated by "strengths" so students can a
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Black Stallion Final Book Assignment
This is a description and a rubric for scoring a final assignment for the book Black Stallion by Walter Farley. My students were fortunate to receive a copy of this book each. As a class, we divided into small groups of 4-5 to discuss the book periodically. At the conclusion of our whole class book
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Book Report Guided Writing Options
This document is intended to be used for students between grade 1 - 8; the simplicty and/or complexity of your expectations depend on your grade level. Hand students this sheet and have them select one of the ways in presenting their book report. Rubric included. Ideas include: - Make a map tr
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Three Panel Metamorphosis Textual Evidence Project (Franz Kafka)
Modeled after a three-paneled comic strip, students will select and illustrate three essential quotes to the novella. The goal is for students to demonstrate the 'gist' of the novella and be able to provide textual evidence to back up their understandings. This activity includes: Worksheet Rubri
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Common Core Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
Common Core lesson plan for the classic story Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. The lesson plan includes I Can statement, global and technology connections, character education connection and student handouts. Look for the comic strip assessment and rubric in my store.
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Story Report Project
A fun project idea to take the place of a book report! The project can be done individually over a course of time, or in groups. You can also break the document apart into individual assignments. I have done this project as group work for my previous 7th and 8th graders, and as individual assignme
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Complete Book of Figurative Language
I titled this book The Complete Book of Figurative Language because it truly is a complete resource. It contains 148 pages of teacher-created and school- tested resources that include over 55 ready-to-use printables and several activities for groups or whole-class. Also included is a complete game t
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Alternative Ideas for Book Reports
In order to motivate my junior high class of struggling readers to read on their own, I have incorporated several different types of activities for book reports. They seem to be more motivated when they have a choice of the activity. I often provide the students a list to choose from and then give t
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The Magic Fish: A Close Read Animated PowerPoint Unit *CCSS Aligned!*
The Magic Fish: A Close Read Animated PowerPoint Unit With Common Core, we all know how important close reads are. This unit provides everything you need for a quality close read, plus much, much more! Included: • The Magic Fish Animated PowerPoint Presentation • Lesson Plans • The Magic Fish Stude
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