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Grade 3 Health -  Real and Fictional Violence
This resource meets the needs for the Saskatchewan Grade 3 Health curriculum outcome USC3.6: Distinguish between examples of real violence (schoolyard fights. Shaking a baby, bullying) and fictional violence ( cartoons, world wrestling entertainment, video games) and determine the influence of both
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{Grade 3} Personal Safety and Injury Prevention
The “Personal Safety and Injury Prevention” activity packet is designed to meet the curriculum expectations for the 2015 Ontario Grade 3 Health curriculum. This packet has students: - Apply their understanding of good safety practices by developing safety guidelines for a variety of places and situa
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Fiction and Non-Fiction Growing MEGA Bundle for Middle School ELA
Are you looking for a wide variety of American and World Literature Short Story resources that contain engaging, rigorous, and differentiated materials? The Growing Short Story Bundle contains 29 individual resources from my store and future short story resources will be added to this bundle! When y
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Health - Personal Safety and Injury Prevention - Primary 3
This package is a comprehensive look into applying a student's ability to develop safety guidelines to aid in their personal safety and injury prevention within the grade 3 Ontario curriculum. There is also an engaging look into the role of violence within various forms of media and why violence int

Also included in: Health - Ontario Healthy Living Bundle - Grade 3

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Dystopian Short Story Unit Plan | Dystopian Fiction: Jackson, Vonnegut, Le Guin
Want to utilize your students’ love of dystopian fiction to get them thinking about how they can make a difference in their worlds?Dystopian fiction is lots of fun—it’s imaginative, creative, and innovative. But when your classes read these texts as pure fiction that doesn’t relate to real life, the
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Into the West TNT Miniseries- Episode 3 - Dreams and Schemes video questions
Into the West is the TNT miniseries about westward expansion of the United States in the 1800s. The miniseries begins in the 1820s with the two main characters Jacob Wheeler and Loved by the Buffalo. The plot follows the story of two families, one white American, one Native American, as their lives
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Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare | Romeo & Juliet Unit: Pre-Reading to Unit Test
Want to teach a Romeo and Juliet unit that will get your students engaging independently with the text, making connections to contemporary issues, and excited to discuss essential questions that really matter?With themes ranging from pickup lines to revenge, from street culture and gang violence to
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Nonfiction Texts, Poetry Activities, Critical Thinking, Socratic Seminars
Want to challenger 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
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HOME OF THE BRAVE!  Plus 14 COWS FOR AMERICA!  Perfect for Immigrant Studies!
PAIRED LITERATUREA realistic historical fiction NOVEL written in verse tells the story of an African refugee who journeys from hardship in Africa to hope in America. It brings to life the real problems of immigrants who struggle with language, gangs, and finding friendship. It inspires others to o
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The Only Road Lit Log
This is a lit log for The Only Road, a realistic fiction by Alexandra Diaz, about a boy and his cousin who flee their Guatemalan village to live with a brother in the United States. Even though this story is fictional, it is like the millions of real immigrants whose "only road" is to travel illega

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My Brother Sam is Dead Student Engagement Journal
This student engagement journal is meant as a companion to a class Read- a-Loud of the novel. It does NOT have comprehension questions or vocabulary to define. My approach to this type of reading is to rely heavily on the themes in the novel. When students make connections to these themes in thei
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Night Elie Wiesel Informational Texts | Night Elie Wiesel Pre-Reading | Handouts
Looking for engaging paired texts to add context to your study of Wiesel’s powerful memoir? The lessons included in this resource will get your students reading poetry and fiction, watching TED Talks, analyzing opinion pieces and informational texts, and making connections between Wiesel’s powerful
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Negative Nelly & Negative Ned
"When two shy kids are forced into a new school, they have to keep the negative voices in their heads at bay, or risk becoming social outcasts for the entire school year!" ---- Negative Nelly & Negative Ned is a fun fictional story about the first week of school, for two new students. This age-
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