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* Class assignment - group assignment and examples - lots of fun, collaborative * Detailed notes on Gothic key-words and concepts for their inspiration * Can turn into a game * Great study or lecture notes on all aspects of the house and home in Gothic literature which is great for a few classes l
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This complete novel study has everything you need to dive deep into The Giver! This rigorous study addresses the themes of Individuality vs. Conformity, The Importance of Memories, and Utopia vs. Dystopia. This novel study includes:-Comprehension Questions for EACH chapter-Integrated Vocabulary Stud
The poem and article are about the Birmingham church bombing in 1963 in which four girls were killed. This activity includes a graphic organizer for the poem, separate author's craft/purpose questions for the poem and article, and cross-genre questions between the two. The questions require studen
New and improved!! After using the second grade units last year, I've redesigned and added more information in the beginning of the unit to help teachers prepare for what's ahead, as well as "fleshing out" what was already there! This is the fourth unit in the Second Grade series developed using the
This is your one stop shop for a Theme lesson! Understanding theme is a critical skill necessary for students analyzing any story. This Mini Lesson includes everything you need to teach them. This resource can be used on one to two days of instruction, depending on the method of delivery. Google Sl
6th - 10th
New to teaching? Can't draw? Have to put up charts to appease your principal? This pack is for you! This includes everything that you will need to teach 1st Grade Reading Unit 7, "Reading Cross Genres". It teaches how to differentiate and navigate across fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Students
Do you need additional activities for your students reading The Giver? This cross genre, paired poetry analysis will be the perfect fit! Students will read a poem titled "Give Me a Book" by Myra Cohn Livingston while they make connections to their novel study of The Giver. Cross genre activities can
7th - 10th
This is a mini-unit that has author's craft/purpose questions for the poem "Boy at the Window" and the short story "Salvation" as well as comparison questions of the two with a focus on irony and theme. The questions require students to identify the strategies the authors use to convey their purpose
In this unit students will figure out a series, notice patterns, predict what will happen, and be ready for surprises. Use smart ideas by looking across different series, use club members to push thinking, and let a series lead learning of a topic. Lesson plans to supplement the Teachers College Re
The article and poem both question the popularity of Columbus. I have included questions about the article which require students to examine the strategies the author used to convey his purpose. I also included cross-genre questions which compare and contrast the article and the poem. These are a
The bundle contains the following:-Short answer response for all 10 chapters-Allegory chart comparing the Russian Revolution to Animal Farm-Tone & Mood Assignment (close reading)-Characterization & Conflict Assignment (close reading)-Old Major's Speech Assignment (close reading)-Propaganda P
This listing is a great extension lesson after reading The Odyssey, or as a lesson on its own. Students will read an analysis essay, a poem, and write their own argumentative essay. This lesson covers: ~ Dictionary Literacy ~ Vocabulary in Context ~ Summary ~ Author’s Purpose ~ Bias ~ Transitions/
This includes a rubric and directions for a multi-genre cross curricular report based on the book Cave Art by Jean Clottes. (Book not required)
I designed this booklet for the "Series Reading and Cross-Genre Reading Clubs" Unit for Second Grade which align with the Common Core standards. I wanted to do something which makes the children write their thoughts on. The pages may be repeated more than once in the booklet. There is also an option
I designed this booklet for the "Series Reading and Cross-Genre Reading Clubs" Unit for Second Grade which align with the Common Core standards. I wanted to do something which makes the children write their thoughts on. The pages may be repeated more than once in the booklet. There is also an option
Are you looking to bring more styles of music to your students? This project is the perfect chance for them to learn and share about their favorite kind of music! Use this as a music research project or collaborate with classroom and technology teachers for a unique cross-curricular unit. Numerous n
3rd - 8th
This packet is packed full of engaging activities perfect for whole group, CENTERS, EARLY FINISHERS, HOMEWORK, ELA ROTATIONS, & STATIONS. Great for SUB PLANS too:) Vocabulary and writing are emphasized and an Essential Question is included!This story is included in our Journeys unit products (ex
These self-checking task cards for determining genre use ▚ QR codes ▞ to link to labeled PHOTOS showing the correct answers! The visuals take self-checking QR codes to a whole new level of engagement and support ELLs and visual learners. My energetic students love when I tape these task cards around
Freedom Crossing by Margaret Goff ClarkNovel Study: Digital Resource for Google Slides™ or Google Classroom™PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING!Works with independent reading, reading groups, book clubs, and read-aloud. This product can be used in 1:1 classroom or on desktop computers as a station. If us
This spooktacular 4-page guide is a comprehensive study source -including clips, links, and examples with descriptions- of how film techniques (diegetic/nondiegetic sound, cross-cutting, stedicam, lighting, etc.) affect and influence a scene. Although the handout incorporates horror film clips to pr
10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Create a new level of ✨engagement & support✍ for ELLs and visual learners with these task cards for genre that include matching labeled photos. This center challenges students to read clues, determine the described vocabulary word, and record their answers. Photos are included to match each adap
Genre Doodle Notes are the perfect introducing or reviewing genre. When students color or doodle, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time- refreshing, reenergizing, and refocusing students on the content. There are many proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity: - new
This is a cross-curricular unit that teaches students about biographies as a genre, how to write a biography about a classmate and about a famous American, and along the way students will learn about famous Americans. This is perfect for February, while teaching about African American history and as
Welcome to A Stitch in Time! In this multidisciplinary genre study, students will work with a variety of historical fiction texts, both fiction and nonfiction, in order to develop their concept of the genre and literary analysis skills. My students love historical fiction, and they readily engage wi

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