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Get all of the short story "Flowers for Algernon" resources here! Guide your students through a close reading of the text that culminates in a mock trial! This bundle includes the Critical Reading and Writing Bundle as well as the Mock Trial Bundle!
Use this fun word search worksheet to introduce or review the book by Daniel Keyes. Students will have to find 30 vocabulary words including characters, settings, and plot elements from the book. They will have to look in all directions to find the hidden words, including diagonally and backwards
This activity asks students to take two of Charlie's progress reports and rewrite them in a different point of view, focusing on first person and third person limited. It is great practice, and also gives great insight into how limited Charlie's telling of the story can be.
This is the final part of the "Flowers for Algernon" short story student workbook! Students finish the story by completing comprehension questions, opinionated responses, focusing on figurative langauge, and practicing basic grammar skills. If you've enjoyed parts 1 and 2, you'll certainly love wra
This is a bundled package of my "Flowers for Algernon" materials that are sold separately. This package includes "Flowers for Algernon" board game instructions, rubric, and peer feedback sheet. It also includes a guided reading question sheet. Additionally, it includes the growth and regression she
Grades:
7th - 10th
Students learn that when reading a story, you sometimes see things from a limited perspective, as is the case in the story "Flowers for Algernon." In this activity, students collect evidence from the text about what Charlie Gordon notices about the world around him that he was unable to see before h
This assignment gives students the opportunity to compare themes across texts. I have taught this lesson using the short story "Flowers for Algernon" and either the reader's theater version of Of Mice and Men (from READ magazine) or the novel, depending on student reading levels. It includes the ass
1. Students Chart the Events of the Story2. Students identify the Elements of the story - Characters - Setting - Plot - Conflict - Resolution3. Students identify their favorite part of the story and why
Grades:
6th - 10th, Higher Education
Instead of showing either of the terrible film versions of Flowers for Algernon, I decided to select a film with similar themes and conflicts and I constructed this activity to help students make those connections. Trust me, this works so well; they love the film and making the connections gives th
In the following organizer, students will keep an ongoing log that tracks the evolution of Charlie’s complex relationships with each of the designated characters. Consider both paraphrased material and direct quotes.
This graphic organizer asks students to compare Miss Kinnian and Charlie from "Flowers for Algernon" with George and Lennie, respectively.
This is a graphic organizer to help students identify inferences about Charlie in the second half of Flowers for Algernon.
Grades:
7th - 9th
Following the reading of "Flowers for Algernon" students complete a close-reading of "The Story of Prometheus." They are asked to then complete the chart to compare and contrast the main characters, initial conflicts, points of view, and themes from each piece.
FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON Foldable Story Brochure will be a sure hit with your students as they practice standards-based skills in a fun format. This six-sided brochure contains prompts related to the short story so students can cite text evidence, make inferences, experience new vocabulary, examine conf
5 weeks of literary analysis lesson plans for Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes. Includes pacing guide, pre-reading, film essay, activities, reading quizzes, notes, posters, author study, character analysis and discussions. This unit plan contains everything you need to add relevance and rigor
This assignment requires students to write a Eulogy in honor of Algernon in first person as Charlie Gordon! It includes a list of requirements, examples, and a rubric. The assignment is in a Google Doc, so it's ready to post on Google Classroom right away! Perfect for Distance Learning.Please help
This is a 30-page set of worksheets for the short story "Flowers for Algernon" by Daniel Keyes. The comprehension questions can be used as a story test or as a learning activity for students as they read the story.The worksheets include: * comprehension questions (multiple choice)* comprehension qu
Grades:
7th - 10th
A study guide for the SHORT STORY version of Flowers for Alegernon complete with project ideas.
Grades:
7th - 8th
This excellent multi-purpose end-of-the-book unit test for Flowers For Algernon by Daniel Keyes is an interactive pdf file. Your students can type the answers right into the pdf file, save it, and send it back to you!It includes these test sections:Matching Multiple Choice Short Answer QuotationsCom
End-of-Novel Reading Comprehension Test for "Flowers for Algernon" Passages from novel on test, much like a reading comprehension portion of a state-wide assessment
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Grades:
7th - 9th
Are you sick of using RACES to teach constructed response organization? So was I...so I created CRAP - Cite, Restate, Answer, Prove. Thereś endless jokes you can make using the CRAP strategy (which the kids love) - and detailed instructions for students on what to do at each step are also provided.
This is a simple review packet of 110 questions for the novel Flowers for Algernon. I use it to keep students on track while reading in class. I use it for 10th grade students who have a variety of mild to moderate learning disabilities and mild to moderate emotional disabilities. It can be used for
After reading Flowers for Algernon and going over Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences, this essay provides a way for student's to synthesize the information and critically think about the character Charlie Gordon.
Grades:
7th - 9th
Nonfiction Article of the Week Club, Article #8-5: The Disturbing History of Human Experimentation Teach or review reading informational text standards RI.8.2 (Development of Central Ideas and Writing an Objective Summary) and RI.8.3 (Analyze Relationships and Influence Between Ideas and Individuals

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