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I've put together an awesome pack of my fun Halloween worksheets. A great pack of games, activities, crafts and coloring pages. WORKSHEETS INCLUDED: 1 - BAT BALLOON BOPPING: Build a cute balloon bat by taping these pieces to a black balloon. Then have fun bopping the balloon and watching the bat
This is a Jeopardy game to review Frankenstein. The presentation contains 25 answers and questions in Jeopardy format)in 5 categories: "Family Frankenstein, Monster or Misunderstood, Say What, Parts," and "Who." Questions can be used as formative assessments to review characters, quotes, and plots.
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The Frankenstein RAFT Writing Project contains a Common Core-ready writing project for the English/Language Arts classroom.This is a culminating project to end a unit of study on Mary Shelley's famous novel. What is a RAFT, you might ask? RAFT is an acronym for a powerful writing strategy that prov
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Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus is a standard literary work for the secondary classroom. It is appropriate for British literature classes and Dual Enrollment classes. The activities in this 20-page package may be used individually or as a unit. The Introductory Project-Ba
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Support student efforts to analyze complex literature in the fantasy, horror, and supernatural fiction genres with this bundle of close reading assessments. Texts covered include Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Bram Stoker's Dracula, and short stories written by Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, Hans C
In my British Literature class, I have my students choose to read either Shelley's Frankenstein or Austen's Pride and Prejudice, then follow a primarily independent, self-directed novel study that I set up for them. I unite their study of these books using a list of "Romantic Era themes" that the s
This product is journal prompts for the entire month of October. It is editable with 31 journal entries. These journal prompts are fiction and nonfiction. Some examples of prompts that are in this product are: What pumpkin activity do you like the best, A creative fiction story about Frankenstein an
These entries are easy to understand and relate to the real world for students. I have always found that the children reading the novel better connect to it using these journal prompts. Light bulbs and new ideas are constantly sparked! I have them keep the journal until the end of the novel. The pro
This is only the assignments and graphic organizers. I have not included the articles, because they do not belong to me, but I have listed the title and authors of each so they can easily be found online. I suggest "shortening the main articles as some of them are lengthy. These are 8 "journal" e
Introduce the theme of Morality by having students respond to a journal entry based on making choices.
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The following document consists of 24 writing prompts for journal entries or daily 5 work. The following are examples of what types of prompts are included. -Write a short story about the day you became Frankenstein -The closet in your classroom is a time portal. Write a short story about it. -Yo
Every Day's A Holiday and students can begin their day excited to start learning.Assign a journal to each student so they may complete each prompt as they are presented.Every morning, students will need to write the date and title of their entry at the top of the page before completing the days prom

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