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Technology I Can Statements for K-5 Computer Lab
ISTE NETS-S for K-5 Technology. I created these for my K-5 computer lab. They contain all 6 ISTE standards and I Can statements for each of the benchmarks. The theme is ipod/ipad and bright a colorful. Would be great for computer station in the classroom too. The K-2 are easily distinguished fro
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Fractions 4.NF.1 through 4.NF.7
Fractions Unit Computer Center Practice Page. Do you have a student or students who need extra practice with Fractions and are looking for a way for them to practice independently? Then this PPT Show file will be perfect for you. Simply unzip the file and save it to your computer desktop. Open the
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Pearson Reading Street -Kindergarten Daily Flip Chart Unit 4 Week 1 Day 1
This product is a complete interactive ELA lesson based on Pearson Reading Street - Common Core 2013. It can be used to introduce the Reading Street skills for the week or you can purchase the remaining flip charts and have one for each day. (email your interest and I will provide the Units/Days y
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Taming of the Shrew vs 10 Things I Hate About You Compare and Contrast Essay
10 Things I Hate About You is a movie adaptation of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew. You can have students read the Shakespeare play and watch the adaptation or selected scenes from it to compare and contrast. This essay assignment asks students to compare and contrast these two works. The promp
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Theme Statement Writing with Short Films, Slam Poetry, and Music Videos!
When I taught 8th grade, I had my students complete a summer assignment that required them to read a novel and write a three page paper analyzing the theme of the novel they read. Many students' papers read like this..."The theme of (insert book title here) is good versus evil." OR "The theme of thi
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Reader's Response Interactive Notebook (Google Doc Formatted / Microsoft Word)
This product is a 137 page Reader's Response Notebook that was created to be used with Google Docs (if you would like me to share the product with you, you will have to e-mail me). I want my students to use this reader's response notebook to actively think when they read and about their reading. T
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Time of Day - Podcast Listening Comprehension with Elaboration Practice
Students will listen to the eight minute podcast from NPR All Things Considered. The podcast discusses how time of day affects our performance. As they listen (they may need to listen more than once) they will complete the comprehension questions. Then students (who should already have an understand
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Debate Activities
Check out this fun bundle of debate activities which challenges students to think critically about real topics. This can be used in any upper level English class, and encourages students to practice argumentative writing and public speaking skills. Plus, who doesn't love a good debate? This produ
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Making PREDICTIONS Literacy Mini Lesson ft. Pamphlet on Substance Abuse
FULL INTERACTIVE LESSON FOR POWERPOINT®INCLUDES ARTICLE & READY-TO-PRINT WORKSHEETSANSWER KEY PROVIDEDThis resource teaches the important literacy skill of making predictions, including reading comprehension passages with questions. I begin this lesson with the slideshow for PowerPoint® and asso

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Shakespeare Conspiracy Theory Movie and Guide with Argument Writing
OBJECTIVE: I can delineate and evaluate an argument and assess if evidence is relevant and sufficient Standard: RI9-10.8 Delineate and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, assessing whether the reasoning is valid and the evidence is relevant and sufficient; identify false statements
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Freedom Writers Film unit-10 days of class: Templates, Questions, News, Civics
This interdisciplinary Freedom Writers Package contains a wealth of resources for your class study for before, during and after viewing. Connects to Civics study and Language Arts/English strands: media, writing and oral communication. Easy prep for you! Task 1: PRE-VIEWING STUDYAnticipation Spect

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TED Talk Response Form (Any Speech)
This TED Talk response form is designed to work with almost any TED Talk. I cannot guarantee all speeches as I have not watch every TED Talk. Directions are included. The questions on this assignment focus on identifying thesis statements, pathos, ethos and logos, and as well as higher order respons
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Commas: FACT or FICTION Powerpoint
Teaching your students about commas? This powerpoint discusses many different myths and facts about commas and how they should be used in our writing. The slides are animated (and sensitive to a mouse click) to allow discussion among your students before they find out if a statement is FACT or FICTI
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Holocaust Unit Lessons & Resources: Antisemitism, Past to Present: Activism
This unit was designed to immerse students in the history of the Holocaust and national, ethnic, racial, and religious intolerance. This is to communicate the impact of personal responsibility, civic engagement, and society’s response to tragedies (such as the Holocaust).This project was constructed
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Finding Nemo Character Analysis Essay
This common core aligned unit includes is to be used to prep students to view Finding Nemo and analyze one of the characters.The unit includes: - handouts/guided note-taking - a non-fiction reading - discussion activities - essay assignment & rubric - supplemental handout on thesis statementsBec
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