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In this "A Rose for Emily" short story lesson you'll find an updated twist on a classic. It is an excellent model for teaching close reading and making connections across texts. Everything is planned and neatly organized for you to use immediately.Student Experience: How far would you go for love?
Want to spice up your quote analysis instruction, or simply get your students to appreciate beautiful moments in literature? Use this short two-part assignment to help students to analyze famous, memorable, or just plain pretty quotes from a short story or novel. After choosing a quote from your
Hatchet by Gary Paulsen Novel Study Unit - Wilderness Survival Guides - Pre-Reading Activity and Final Project For the Hatchet Pre-Reading section of this activity, students read a variety of wilderness survival tips, then brainstorm and write about what tip they think is most important for surviv
No-Prep, fantasy genre unit! With this resource you will have everything you need to add fun and creativity to your fantasy genre studies. I have included a "Fantasy Writing Project Menu" with nine creative projects, a fantasy element checklist, a writing outline for students to organize and write
Mr. Fox thinks that he can "out fox" the local farmers, Bunce, Boggis, and Bean. However, they are on to Mr. Fox and are out to get him for stealing from them. Will Mr. Fox be able to "out fox" them for long...you'll be surprised! I have combined the items that I have used in the study of the boo
I have prepared a packet of materials to be used in the study of ESIO TROT by Roald Dahl. Use these ideas in your classroom and your students will love reading this book. Because my class loves doing hands-on projects, there are several of them included in the packet. Once one project is complet
Breathe life into your British Literature classes with the following fresh, new ideas! Provide your students with meaningful opportunities to connect to British Literature authors, themes, and literary periods. This teaching bundle fosters text to text, text to world, and text to self connections
In this hands-on, creative activity for exploring mood in literature and poetry, students explore different moods by making mood masks to reflect various mood words. Twenty mood words are included, as well as the easy-to-print blank masks, and suggestions for use. This is a print and go craftivity t
Teaching the Erie Canal with Literature and a Group ProjectThis lesson goes perfectly with New York State Social Studies standards on the Erie Canal or any class that learns about canals in their transportation unit.The lesson uses the book "The Erie Canal" by Lisa Bullard. Students read through th
British Literature Bundle: Anglo-Saxon Period, Medieval Literature, King Arthur Activities and Projects This resource bundle includes two dynamic, high-interest activities and projects for British Literature, Medieval Literature, King Arthur, and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Project One: Anglo
Want to crash course secondary students on the concept of utopia/dystopia? Frontloading a novel unit and building background knowledge about the genre?Use the lesson and follow-up project to teach…• WHAT a symbol is,• How colors, weather, and other items can be symbolic, • How to determine if someth
The following is a student-led group project presentation to divide chapters of Thomas Foster's "How to Read Literature like a Professor" throughout the school year by pairing works with chapters. Each group has a role for each student: One student presents the chapter's key findings, one student ci
No-Prep, historical fiction genre unit! With this resource you will have everything you need to add fun and creativity to your historical fiction genre studies. I have included a "Historical Fiction Writing Project Menu" with nine creative projects, a historical fiction element checklist, a writing
Students love my interactive poetry & Shakespeare bulletin boards and presentations, so it's only fitting to let them get in on the action, right!? Plus, it is a perfect (and sneaky) way to have them read HUGE volumes of text and have fun while doing it! The possibilities are endless and it's an
I have prepared a packet of materials to be used with the study of THE TIGER RISING by Kate DiCamillo. I have used these ideas in my classroom and my students love reading this book. Included are: Lesson Plans Tests (to be administered every 10 chapters) Test Answer Keys Vocabulary Lists (corr
I have created a literary packet to be used for the study of the book CALL IT COURAGE. My class loves having projects so I have included several project ideas that complement the reading of the book. Once one project is done my students always want to do another! This Literature Study Packet cont
This is a project that I use as a launch activity before beginning a unit on Night by Elie Wiesel or other Holocaust literature. The students do an art project based on poems and pieces of writing provided by the teacher and then do presentations about their butterflies throughout the course of the
Rules by Cynthia Lord Literature Circles Reading Activity Projects. This ten page reading activity packet includes everything you need to conduct literature circles for Rules by Cynthia Lord. Included are: the page numbers the students will read on a daily basis, their daily requirements, a detailed
The Red Pyramid Literature Circle Activity. This resource includes everything you need to conduct literature circles for The Kane Chronicles: The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan. Included in this resource is: - Teacher Tips Handout (2-pages) - Literature Circles Jobs (1-page) - Artistic Artist Job Ca
This project is meant to be done while reading the book, "The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Students will create "Trading Cards" for each character introduced. Each trading card comes with a quote from the chapter, helping students reflect on the purpose and meaning of each chapter.
The literature-based, mock trial resources provide everything you need to not only explain but also see your students experience the United States judicial system. Use any novel with a controversial conflict as a vehicle to engage in the judicial process! It supplies foundational knowledge about the
This is a project menu that consists of 8 creative response choices for literature. I give this menu out to my students at the end of literature circles (once they finish the book). Each choice has a separate guideline sheet (2 per page to save paper) that gives students more information about how
This full curriculum includes all of my contemporary unit bundles in one! These units provide an excellent mix of comprehension, text analysis, ELA skill-building, and deeper learning about how contemporary literature represents our current society. There is a heavy emphasis on engaging texts, creat
If you're looking for teacher and student support with literature circles or book clubs, this resource if for you!!Included in This Resource:4 literature circle project ideas and instructions. Projects are great to complete once a literature circle group completes reading a book. This may take sev

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