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This is a rigorous Greek Mythology unit geared at student engagement, thinking, reading, and writing skills. It also includes a number of activities that would be perfect for literacy centers. There are more than 100 pages which include: Rewritten Greek Myths with Common Core Aligned Questions
Book or Story Response Task CardsMy book or story response task cards can be used with any book or story. Teachers love them because they can be used year to year with a wide range of readers! The activities were designed for multi-levels to promote critical and analytical thinking. Use them with s
Bundle of English Language Arts Task Cards!Figurative Language, Grammar & Literary Terms & Devices Task Cards with Definitions, Examples and Multiple-Choice Application☆How would you like 5 English Language Arts & Classroom Resources for ABSOLUTELY FREE???☆⭐⭐Grab these ABSOLUTELY FREE PR
Literary terms and devices are not only found in literature, but they have now become a significant part of the Common Core. Students are expected to be able to define, identify and apply literary terms in stories, poetry and other forms of literature. Below is a set of 15 literary term task cards,
Two Sided Conflict Flash Cards: Literary Scenario on one side with conflict type, antagonist, and protagonist identified on the other side. Students read short plot summaries and identify the type of conflict as well as the protagonist and antagonist.Great Multiple Response Strategy (enhances studen
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Characterization Task Cards is a great and effective exercise for practicing Indirect and Direct Characterization along with identifying Protagonists, Antagonists and Complex Characters in literature and film. Students will have the opportunity to label and identify what they know as well as provid
Character Task Cards This set of 18 task cards are a great addition to your literacy or guided reading stations. These character task cards are a great way to review protagonists, antagonists, and character traits. Very little teacher prep is required – simply print and use! 18 different task ca
Task cards are a great way to connect instruction, content, and movement. For this reason, I have been working hard to develop a series of task cards that work for multiple texts. Each set of task cards has 30 cards focused on a specific part of English language arts instruction. The 30 cards are av
This virtual product contains highly differentiated practice quizzes and assessments to practice and evaluate skills with identifying the protagonist, antagonist, and type of conflict in pictures, scenarios, and short stories. Use these materials for in-school and distance-learning!Included are the
Drama is so much more than words on a page! Take your students' responses to the next level with these task cards that can be used with any play! Some of the areas covered in the questions:Stage DirectionImportance of TitleSettingOrder of PlotProtagonist/AntagonistLanguageImagesThemeMajor and Minor
Thank you for downloading this resource and I hope that you will enjoy using these task cards in your classroom! Older students still love manipulatives, and this is a great way to differentiate within your lesson or unit. These cards can be used in multiple ways, and the suggestions I give are not
Dress up your bulletin boards with these bright and colorful Reading & ELA Posters for Grades 4-8! This is a bundle of my current ELA/Reading poster sets. There 7 different poster sets and a total of 70+ posters in all. These will look great on your bulletin boards to start the school year! {As
English Bell Ringers: Grammar, Reading, Writing, and Speaking: These engaging English warm-ups / bell ringers are an excellent way to motivate your students, manage your classroom, and assess student understanding of the curriculum standards! There are 120 tasks for students to complete to help the
Included in this product are a total of 92 task cards:26 nonfiction terms task cards, 31 fiction terms task cards, and 35 poetry and drama terms task cards. These cards are to be used to review the literary terms associated with the genre. Each task card asks students to identify the word assoc
STORY ELEMENTS REVIEW CARDS AND QUIZ: Use these printable cards and quiz to help your students understand the most important literary terms for fiction. The cards are double sided so students can quiz themselves by looking at the front, and finding the definition/answer on the back. Simply print t
This 43 page resource will help you achieve success in the classroom by keeping readers engaged and on task. A variety of text-dependent activities are included: Character Analysis Making Inferences Quoting Text Identifying and Interpreting Figurative Language Practicing Fluency Cause and Effect Ph
This is a fun activity to check for understanding of protagonist/antagonist/foil in your language arts classroom. This activity includes a list of 27 characters to be sorted into the correct categories along with an answer key. I’ve come up with four options for using this activity with my students:
These 32 questions, focused on plot, are perfect for book clubs, literature circles, blog posts, and reading responses. They feature critical thinking questions that ask students to dig beyond the obvious. These can be used with any fiction text. Cards are color-coded by: exposition, rising actio
{99 Novel} Series provides support materials to teachers to facilitate superior instruction. Wouldn't it be nice to have notecards already on-hand to provide to INCLUSION students who need them? How about Kinesthetic activities that cross novel borders...things like sorting Character Cards into stac
Character Traits and P.O.V. Packet: Full of creative and fun handouts for your class! Please look at the preview and detailed list of contents here before you buy. These are not complete lesson plans but instead are handouts, projects, task cards, discussion cards, posters and 2 anchor charts ALL fo
2 Historical Fiction 1 Memoir Complete Novel Study Bundle! Included in this Bundle are: Jump Into the Sky, Heart of a Samurai, and The Boy On the Wooden Box. This bundle is packed full of goodies. These books are a terrific asset to any study. They provide an introduction or support to major even
{99 Novel} Series provides support materials to teachers to facilitate superior instruction. Wouldn't it be nice to have notecards already on-hand to provide to INCLUSION students who need them? How about Kinesthetic activities that cross novel borders...things like sorting Character Cards into stac
Introduce to or remind your students about the elements of lit! Plot - exposition, inciting incident, rising action, climax, falling action, resolutionCharacter - characterization, protagonist, antagonist, static v. dynamicConflict - internal (person v. self), external (person v. person, v. nature,
{99 Novel} Series provides support materials to teachers to facilitate superior instruction. Wouldn't it be nice to have notecards already on-hand to provide to INCLUSION students who need them? How about Kinesthetic activities that cross novel borders...things like sorting Character Cards into stac

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