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Common Core Writing Task: The Road Not Taken & Harlem (Dream Deferred)
Challenge your students by guiding them through close readings of two poems: "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost and "Harlem (Dream Deferred)" by Langston Hughes. Then, facilitate their understanding of the central themes and speakers’ attitudes as they construct connections between the poems. Us

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The Outsiders Reading Unit Novel Study (7th and 8th Grade Reading Unit)
{The Outsiders Novel Study The Outsiders Reading Unit The Outsiders Vocabulary Socratic Seminar }**This resource is part of my 7th and 8th grade reading units growing BUNDLE {HUGE savings for you!}**Check out the 15+ page preview of this resource! This product is aligned to the 7th and 8th grade CCS

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Reading Workshop Minilessons Guide: Create Fiction & Nonfiction Scope & Sequence
Where did the idea for this resource originate? Sometimes at the middle school level, teaching reading gets confused with teaching books. Middle school students still need strong minilessons on the strategies and thinking readers need to do in order to be successful. Minilessons aren’t reading tas
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Elements of a Fairy Tale Power Point
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Teammates : Children’s Books in Middle & High School
Who says teenagers don’t like children’s books? I've found they LOVE them. And what a great teaching tool! "Teammates" by Peter Golenbock (a book about Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese) is a lesson which reveals children’s literature as a great tool for middle and high school students. Perfect for

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Genres Activities - Role Play & Word Scramble English Language Arts Editable
Your students will enjoy studying literary genres with these two engaging activities!➜This game is also available as part of my Ready-to-Go Lessons: Emergency, Sub Plans, & More. Check it out now!☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ContentsCategoriz

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Finding Theme in Literature
Teaching theme is not easy. Teachers need to differentiate for students topic vs. theme. This lesson does both. It identifies topics, themes, and asks students to provide textual evidence to support their choice of theme. This lesson can be used with any novel unit.
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NoSweat Library Orientation with 7th grade ELA classes
This 1-visit Orientation customized for 7th Grade English Language Arts classes uses a Scavenger Hunt to reacquaint students with the School Library and check out their first book of the school year. 7g students have a short attention span, are very peer-oriented, and need to move around, so this Sc
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Reading Lit and Informational Text Playlists - Complete Grade 7 Bundle
Would you like to see more of Wisewire’s educational resources in your school? Help your administrator register your school to get started (it’s easy and free). Earn a $50 coupon while you’re at it (available to use in the Wisewire Marketplace). Register Your SchoolOur playlists are “no prep” Common
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Finding Theme in Literature
Teaching theme is not easy. Teachers need to differentiate for students topic vs. theme. This lesson does both. It identifies topics, themes, and asks students to provide textual evidence to support their choice of theme. This lesson can be used with any novel unit. Check out my store for more it
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Compare historical fiction to facts
Middle school students will compare and contrast a fictional portrayal of a time, place, or character and a historical account of the same period as a means of understanding how authors of fiction use or alter history. Supports Common Core ELA standards Using a database or nonfiction book and any h
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Fractured Fairytale Graphic Organizer
This graphic organizer will help students keep track of the similarities and differences between different versions of their fairytales. Also included is a helpful Writing About Reading sheet that helps the students write a Compare and Contrast Essay about their fairytales.
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Historical and Literary Comparisons - Playlist and Teaching Notes
Would you like to see more of Wisewire’s educational resources in your school? Help your administrator register your school to get started (it’s easy and free). Earn a $50 coupon while you’re at it (available to use in the Wisewire Marketplace). Register Your SchoolStudents explore standard RL.7.9 w
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Refugees and Immigrants, How Are They Similar?
This lesson plan helps students find comparisons between historic immigration and current refugees. It goes along well with the novels "Inside Out and Back Again" and "Ashes to Roses". It is a great cross curricular lesson and aligns with the Common Core standards. Students compare and contrast, clo
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Fantasy Writing Workshop: Hogwarts in Your Hometown
Hi! I'm Livia Blackburne, New York Times bestselling author of the Midnight Thief and Rosemarked series. In the spring of 2018, I ran a writing workshop on fantasy worldbuilding for students ranging from middle school through college. After the camp, I revised my materials and expanded them for more
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Science Fiction Genre Study - Interactive Powerpoint Animated Adventure
My students can't get enough of these highly engaging PowerPoint because they are all ANIMATED with VIDEO CLIPS, and done in a game style format. This can easily be used in any classroom for a fun lesson to teach this content. I also use this as a reference tool for students to continuously refer
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Dystopian Societies - PREZI, Note Worksheet, Harrison Bergeron, CCSS Aligned
This is an original Prezi presentation that introduces students to the most common characteristics of dystopian societies and teaches students how to cite evidence within a text to prove that a story is set in a dystopian society (using pre-assigned symbols and an explicit step by step process). V
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Red Kayak RACE questions, RACE notes, sentence starters, bookmarks and rubric
Supplementary material for using RACE questions with the book Red Kayak, RACE notes, sentence starters, bookmarks and rubric. This is another extension activity to practice these important skills with the novel. ***FREE right now with the purchase of the BUNDLE!***The Red Kayak by Priscilla Cummings

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Art + Students = Deep Thinking, Discussion & Writing
"A picture is a poem without words." Horace Using art in a lesson can evoke creativity in students that even they didn't know existed. Use these 32 distinct and thoughfully chosen pieces of art in a wide variety of lessons thoughout the year. In addition to the name of the painting and the art
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Finding Theme in Literature
Teaching theme is not easy. Teachers need to differentiate for students topic vs. theme. This lesson does both. It identifies topics, themes, and asks students to provide textual evidence to support their choice of theme. This lesson can be used with any novel unit.
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Six Queens Reading Series Part 1 Katherine the Good
This series consists of short fictional stories about each of Henry VIII's wives. Each story is about 1 page long, and is followed by 5-6 reading comprehension questions. Whether you purchase specific parts separately or decide to do them as a set, you can't go wrong with these stories. They will en
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Six Queens Reading Series Part 2 Anne the Bold
This series consists of short fictional stories about each of Henry VIII's wives. Each story is about 1 page long, and is followed by 5-6 reading comprehension questions. Whether you purchase specific parts separately or decide to do them as a set, you can't go wrong with these stories. They will en
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Six Queens Reading Series Part 3 Jane the Beauty
This series consists of short fictional stories about each of Henry VIII's wives. Each story is about 1 page long, and is followed by 5-6 reading comprehension questions. Whether you purchase specific parts separately or decide to do them as a set, you can't go wrong with these stories. They will en
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Six Queens Reading Series Part 4 Anna the Daring
This series consists of short fictional stories about each of Henry VIII's wives. Each story is about 1 page long, and is followed by 5-6 reading comprehension questions. Whether you purchase specific parts separately or decide to do them as a set, you can't go wrong with these stories. They will en
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