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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
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
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
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 trave
eNotes Study Guides have been written, tested, and approved by active classroom teachers. Each guide takes students through a text section by section, glossing important vocabulary and encouraging active reading. Each is designed to bring students to a greater understanding of the language, plot, ch
This video teaches students about Violence in Media with engaging visuals and music. Questions are included at the end to review the personal safety and injury prevention concepts.Ontario Curriculum (Grade Three Health) D3.2 explain how the portrayal of fictional violence in various media, both on-
The movie, Greyhound, follows the story of a U.S. Navy Captain as he leads an Allied convoy across the North Atlantic. They come under the attack of German U-Boats and he must find a way to save his convoy. The character of Captain Krause and the Keeling destroyer are fictional, but it helps describ
"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-
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
Want to utilize your students’ love of dystopian fiction to keep them engaged through the end of the year and 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
In this workbook, students learn about Personal Safety and Injury Prevention aligned with the new 2019 Grade 3 Ontario Health curriculum. Topics include safety equipment, bullying, violence, safety when camping, walking to school safely, emergencies, concussions, and more! This resource requires no
This BUNDLE contains FIVE independent Health workbooks for Grade 3 students. Each workbook meets the Ontario Curriculum expectations for an ENTIRE Grade 3 Health unit. All five Grade 3 Science units are included: Healthy Eating, Personal Safety and Injury Prevention, Substance Use, Addictions, and R
ABOUT THIS UNITThis is an editable, Common Core-aligned literature study unit for use with the novel, The Watsons Go to Birmingham—1963 by Christopher Paul Curtis, and the novel-in-verse, Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson. The focus is on The Watsons, with periodic dips into selected poems f
Character Revealed Through Conflict: This lesson plan focuses on how Huckleberry Finn’s character is revealed through his relationship with Tom Sawyer and through the conflicts Huck experiences after he is kidnapped by his father. Students will identify Huck’s internal and external conflicts in seve
Note: Many of my products have some “out there” ideas. Make sure to look at the preview before purchasing. Everyone's classroom is unique and while these lessons work within my classroom, that may not be the case in another’s room."Are you optimistic, bout' the way that things are going?No, I never
COMMON CORE – African American Civil Rights Movement (1896-1968) - Reading Comprehension and Assessment: Short Passages for Grades 5+ is a set of over 40 short, non-fictional reading passages with four questions and answer key that assess students’ knowledge and performance on reading standards. Eac
A teacher's manual with 15 lesson plans as well as some close reading activities is included. These lessons accompanied by the book "A Saint in the City: True Stories of Champions Living in the Barrio" will empower the teacher to be more effective and more appreciated because the stories and activ
ENGAGE YOUR SUPERHERO FANS these five reading comprehension passages! They are written at two levels each with 10 CRAZY AUDIOBOOKS, six CCSS written questions, a repeated reading fluency sheet, dictionary work, and teacher keys. The 5 NEW superheroes included are The California Couch, Miss Ripple,
This Bundle includes the book "A Saint in the City: True Stories of Champions Living in the Barrio" and a teacher's manual with 15 lesson plans that align with each chapter. Also included are some close reading activities and a compare/contrast essay assignment on two letters written by Glabb's stud
What's a story starter?It's just what it sounds like, a story that starts but has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing o
Are you looking for a thought-provoking and real-world topic that will engage your students in critical thinking while they analyze a non-fiction text to determine the author’s point of view? Look no further than this Analyzing Author’s Point of View Bundle that contains four engaging and real-world
Are you looking for thought-provoking and real-world topics that will engage your students in critical thinking while they analyze a non-fiction text to determine the author’s point of view? These engaging and rigorous close reading activities are full of high quality and critical thinking activitie
If you want to teach a successful unit on Shakespeare’s classic play, it is essential that your students make connections to the ideas and issues that matter to them. These powerful activities will make Romeo and Juliet relevant to your students. This unit of Romeo and Juliet activities focuses on
Are you looking for a wide variety of non-fiction resources that contain engaging, rigorous, and differentiated materials? This bundle contains 28 individual resources from my store and future non-fiction resources will be added to this bundle! When you purchase this growing bundle, you get over 1,0

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