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Martin Luther King, Jr. Writing Prompts
20 black and white MLK and related images accompanied by critical thinking journaling or writing prompts. These can be used as debate topics, dialogue starters, story starters, and warm-ups. Can be used as as complete MLK unit (Extra Resources-see below). Includes:AnalysisArgumentativeCompare/Contra
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Writing Prompt Keywords Survival Guide
Many students struggle to write if they do not fully understand the task. This excellent student-friendly resource will help your most struggling writers as well as your stronger students become more aware of the task or prompt. Clear, colorful and engaging, this 2-page resource teaches students the
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Writing Resources Bundle Argument Expository Narrative Journalism
Writing instruction has never been easier! This download now includes ALL of my writing resources: argument and persuasive, expository (including journalism), and narrative writing. In addition, I added helpful outlines, prompts, and rubrics. The skills practiced are standards-based, aligned with th
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Spanish American War and American Imperialism
American Imperialism and Spanish American War Worksheets! Are you teaching the about the dynamic turn-of-the-century age of American Imperialism and the Spanish-American War? This 32-page worksheet packet will provide your students with an extensive examination of this important period of history
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Caption It! Caption Writing Creative and Expository Writing Activity
"Caption It!" is a standards-based activity that features over 25 images for students to write captions. Directions are included for both a creative writing exercise and an expository (journalism) writing exercise. Caption writing is a shorter writing exercise that still practices proper convention

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Spanish American War and American Imperialism
American Imperialism and Spanish American War Discounted Bundle! Worksheets and Word Wall in one! This 52-page bundle combines my popular World War I Word Wall and World War I Worksheets into a single ready-to-go product for your unit. Purchasing this bundle saves you 20% off the cost of buyin
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Nonfiction Texts, Poetry Activities, Critical Thinking, Socratic Seminars
Want to push your students to analyze more deeply, write about and discuss big ideas, and think outside the box? Covering themes from love metaphors in Shakespeare’s sonnets to gang violence on the Chicago streets, from the Salem Witch Trials to the current refugee crisis, and from revenge in the 1
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Journalism Leads Practice
Journalism and its unique writing style can seem daunting for students accustomed to academic essays. News articles can prove especially challenging, as reporters must pack many facts into a few short sentences. These fun worksheets give students the chance to practice this challenging, yet neces
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Halloween Writing - Newspaper Article (prompts, template, & editable rubric)
Have your students create a Halloween news story while at the same time, learning the proper format of a newspaper article. This would be a great addition to any creative writing unit scheduled for the fall months or a journalism class! The instructions and assignment are comprehensible for the outl
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Caption It! 2 More Creative & Expository Writing Exercises
"Caption It!" is a standards-based activity that features 30 images for students to write captions. Directions are included for both a creative writing exercise and an expository (journalism) writing exercise. Caption writing is a shorter writing exercise that still practices proper conventions of

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Journal Writing Calendar! No Prep! Quick Writes using fun thought questions!
Writing Calendar, Quick Writes, Journalism, Thought Questions! Included are 12 calendars! One September for a start date of August & One September for a start date of September. Each calendar is full of thought provoking, fun, and engaging journal topics that your students will surely love.
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Yearbook Nonfiction Info Text Hot Topics Lesson with Photo Project: Cliques
Informational hot topics lessons are designed to get students reading, thinking, and responding to texts in a variety of ways. In this lesson, students will read about and discuss the idea of cliques in schools. Student Experience: Students will read and respond to an informational text article ab

Also included in: Journalism Yearbook Curriculum, BUNDLE+ for Student Publications

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Informational Text Lesson on Hot Topics: Is Reality TV Bad for You?
This informational text lesson on the hot topic of Reality TV is the perfect ready-to-go lesson to practice close reading skills and comprehension! With eight specific text-based questions, your students will be engaged, informed, and ready to debate! The questions are designed to have students trul

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Headline Writing Practice for Yearbook or Newspaper, Prom Theme, NO PREP
Your yearbook or journalism students will enjoy practicing headline-writing skills and reviewing figurative language with this festive and frilly headline writing lesson and project pack! Your journalism students will love the prom-themed real news stories and the prom-themed interview and creative

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Daily Journalism Prompts (30)
Help save my journalism program. Unfortunately, due to budget cuts the journalism program at my school will not be receiving any funding to produce a school newspaper. The students are extremely disappointment and in an effort to raise funds to publish the paper, I have turned toTPT. 100% of the
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Journalism or Newspaper Quote Bell-Ringers -- Great to activate thinking!
Activate your journalism or newspaper students' thinking with this pack of 12 engaging bell-ringers that you can use to start class. Each bell-ringer contains an insightful quote and question/s that prompt the students to connect the quote to journalism in some way.Categories/topics covered: Introdu
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Surveys for Feature Writing: Speaking/Listening & Synthesizing Data
Survey Forms and Feature Generators for Expository Writing and Journalism/Publications Classes - Practices FACE-to-FACE Communication Skills, Synthesizing Data, Creating Graphs This IS included in my Journalism Writing & Planning Bundle. This 15-page bundle has several assignments for students

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Headline Writing Practice for Yearbook or Journalism, Thanksgiving Theme
Cook up some headlines with this festive, journalistic headline-writing lesson and project pack! Your journalism students will love the real Thanksgiving news stories and the Thanksgiving-themed interview and creative infographic task, and you will love that they are brushing up on crucial journalis

Also included in: Journalism Yearbook Curriculum, BUNDLE+ for Student Publications

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Simple Steps to Writing a Persuasive Essay Google Drive Digital Resource
This interactive digital resource for Google Drive will teach anyone how to write a persuasive essay. Learning to write a persuasive essay is a skill all writers should perfect. Chances are good that at one time or another, an adult will find it necessary to express his or her opinion on some import
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Journalism Activity Workbook
The Activity Workbook for Journalism contains 36 activities and writing assignments suitable for high school or college-level journalism classes. The format is designed to be flexible, so you can copy and paste each into a document to print out, post to a slide, or deliver to students electronically
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Newspaper/Journalism: How to Write a Feature (Complete News Unit)
This download contains a step-by-step process for students to follow while creating a feature news story, either for an English course or the high school newspaper itself. The unit includes a 1-page overview of the feature story assignment, including the prompt itself, step-by-step process for creat
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Spanish American War TN SS 5.39
This packet includes all you need for the Spanish American War grades 3-6. It includes an article about the war focusing on words such as imperialism, yellow journalism, Rough Riders, and USS Maine. Along with the article, it includes text-based questions, a writing prompt, a timeline with questio
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Newspaper/Journalism: Writing an Editorial or Opinion Column
This download contains an overview of an editorial assignment in which students must create a newsworthy opinion piece about a topic of local or national interest. The handout covers assignment deadlines, particulars of the prompt, writing guidelines for editorials, and requirements. Check out my ot
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Word Problems Censorship AP Language Journalism ELA Rhetorical Analysis
In this extensive and engaging unit, students will explore the idea of freedom of speech (and censorship) in the past and present United States. By reading and analyzing numerous articles, an image, and two anchor texts, Patrick Henry's "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" and George Carlin's "Parenta
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