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The Monkey’s Paw Common Core Aligned UnitThis is the Short Story of the Month Club, Grade 8: August Selection – Click here to read more about the Short Story of the Month Club!Skills Focus:Elements of Plot ReviewCiting Text EvidenceContext Clues & Situational CluesTypes of ForeshadowingMood (an
Argument 101 - #2 Reading Sources & identifying Evidence When students look at sources for evidence, they oftentimes become completely OVERWHELMED! In addition, they sometimes don’t allow themselves to read and think about ideas BEFORE they determine an argument thesis. Help your students sift t
Use short film clips to evaluate argument and specific claims - assessing valid, relevant and sufficient evidence and reasoning (common core ELA standard #8) in secondary reading informational texts (Printable & Digital) - Includes lesson plans, student handouts, PowerPoint, Google Doc, Google S
Take a new twist on researching the tragedy of the Titanic with this unique research and writing experience. over five lessons students will engage with the following standards to form a supported opinion on what truly caused the sinking of this unsinkable ship: Literacy.RI.6.1- Cite textual eviden
Short Story Literary Element Overview Graphic Organizers Product/Materials Preface: My Short Story Literary Element Overview Graphic Organizers come in 6 styles with an optional add-on page that allows students to further explore, analyze, and evaluate high order thinking literary elements. The or
“The Dinner Party” by Mona Gardner is a short story about making generalizations, and perfect for teaching or reinforcing the elements of plot. The story centers on an argument that occurs at a dinner party while events happening during the argument counter claims being made. This resource is aligne
Welcome to DARK. This is an NGSS unit that integrates a storyline and projects with existing Kesler Science inquiry labs, station labs, and 5E Lessons. In this unit, students will join and assist the fictitious Amateur Astronomers’ Conservation Society, exploring the relationships between the Sun, M
SAVE OVER 20% with this comprehensive and engaging, start to finish, lesson plan with Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart." From opening vocabulary to closing trial verdict, students will use their critical thinking and analytical skills to delve into the text and give the story and speaker a th
Welcome to DARK. This is an NGSS unit that integrates a storyline and projects with existing Kesler Science inquiry labs, station labs, and 5E Lessons. In this unit, students will join and assist the fictitious Amateur Astronomers’ Conservation Society, exploring the relationships between the Sun, M
I teach my students that you need a CREW to build an argument--Claim, Reasons, Evidence, and Warrants.Included is a powerpoint that goes over CREW and building an argument. Then there is a worksheet that gives the student practice building an argument.I will put together a text set with at least 4
FAHRENHEIT 451 | CREATE, EVALUATE, ANALYZE | END OF NOVEL PROJECTAre you looking for an interesting project to wrap up your book study? I assign this at the end of the semester instead of a final essay. This assignment will test your students’ writing and editing skills, but also reveal their abilit
Don’t assume your students understand how to choose effective evidence for their arguments! Most students will go straight to an “expert” quote and not bother to check to see if the “expert” has any credentials to back up their information. While students understand that the Internet is filled with
Teach your students how to spot bias and persuasive appeals in non-fiction passages! In this lesson, they will examine, analyze, and evaluate arguments.This purchase includes:A Powerpoint lesson on key terms, including: bias, audience, claim, counterclaim, evidence, and the three methods of persuasi
THE LITTLE PRINCE | CREATE, EVALUATE, ANALYZE | END OF BOOK PROJECT | DIGITALAre you looking for an interesting project to wrap up your book study? I assign this at the end of the semester instead of a final essay. This assignment will test your students’ writing and editing skills, but also reveal
NIGHT | ELIE WIESEL NIGHT | CREATE, EVALUATE, ANALYZE | END OF BOOK PROJECTAre you looking for an interesting project to wrap up your book study? I assign this at the end of the semester instead of a final essay. This assignment will test your students’ writing and editing skills, but also reveal th
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
END OF NOVEL PROJECT THE BOOK THIEF | CREATE, EVALUATE, ANALYZETHE BOOK THIEF BY MARKUS ZUSAKAre you looking for an interesting project to wrap up your book study? I assign this at the end of the semester instead of a final essay. This assignment will test your students’ writing and editing skills,
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
END OF NOVEL PROJECT THE GOLDEN COMPASS | CREATE, EVALUATE, ANALYZEHIS DARK MATERIALS BY PHILIP PULLMANAre you looking for an interesting project to wrap up your book study? I assign this at the end of the semester instead of a final essay. This assignment will test your students’ writing and editin
CREATE, EVALUATE, ANALYZE | END OF NOVEL PROJECT LIFE OF PI | END OF THE YEARAre you looking for an interesting project to wrap up your book study? I assign this at the end of the semester instead of a final essay. This assignment will test your students’ writing and editing skills, but also reveal
This general set of activities is designed to help students analyze complex arguments. I have used this throughout the year as a learning activity for whole class, small group, or individual work. The pages are easily adapted to any argument or persuasive text including essays, articles, historic do
In this sustainability project, students will calculate an estimate of their personal carbon footprint and compare it to the national average of others similar to them. They will design a short-term action plan for decreasing their carbon footprint, and present to their peers for feedback. Their pla
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9th - 12th
These 14 exit slips contain mentor texts on the task cards for analysis. They also contain useful writing tips and writing prompts to help students strengthen their argumentative writing skills in just a few minutes a day. Students analyze short excerpts of essays, evaluate the components that sho
This product contains several resources about famous athletes to help you teach, review, and assess CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.6.8.RI.6.8 says students should, "Trace and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, distinguishing claims that are supported by reasons and evidence from claims that
If you’re tired of trying to convince students why we read poetry, then maybe it’s time to let them discover for themselves why we read and write it!First, students are introduced to the importance of poems by reading recent, credible articles that explain why poetry is a needed part of the human ex
WHAT A PAIR! Kick off your argumentative essay writing unit with an exciting Pixar short film workshop! Both workshops have a video game theme and pair so well! This essay workshop is like no other! Every step, element, and paragraph is highly scaffolded and perfectly sequenced. Best of all, student

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