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Text Connections Pack!{Text-to-Self, Text-to-Text, Text-to-World, Text-to-Media}
This pack will have your students making better connections to better their comprehension in no time! All activities are aligned to Common Core (RL.1-3, RL.9 and RI.1-3, RL.9)! What You Get: ~4 Posters (Text Connections, Text-to-Self, Text-to-Text, Text-to-World, and Text-to-Media) Each includes
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Because I Could Not Stop For Death Dickinson CCS Text Exemplar Analysis.
Text of the Poem Close Reading Strategies with Teacher Annotation Example Vocabulary List with two Practice Sheets (Crossword & Synonym) Vocabulary Quiz Comprehension Quiz for the poem Two Posters using poem quotations Exit Slips for poem Three Paintings (same time period) to compare to poem ide
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TEXT ANALYSIS HANDOUTS AND CHEAT SHEETS BUNDLE
A bundle of 8 handouts for text analysis.This bundle includes:Text AnalysisInferring Persuasive, Informative, and Advisory TextsSkim, Scan, and Close ReadWord Phrase Clause Sentence ChartNote TakingForm FillingMarking SymbolsTeachers can use these ready-made resources to enhance the vocabulary, lang
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SQ3R poster & worksheet
This download is for the Comprehension Strategy called SQ3R (Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review). Included is a poster and a worksheet in Word Document and PDF form. I designed this worksheet specifically for when my advanced and remedial students read the short leveled books that came with our
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Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie by Longfellow Complete Epic Poem Unit
This low-prep, high-engagement unit explores Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s acclaimed epic poem, Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie. Classic literature is an integral part of our heritage, and a powerful way for students to experience the universality of human emotions and life challenges. Often, however,
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What did Lincoln really think about slavery? A primary source set
Did Abraham Lincoln really go to war with the confederate states to end slavery, or were there other factors that complicated his motives? Was he an abolitionist on moral or practical grounds? Was he a total hypocrite?Your students will love debating Lincoln's true motives!With this primary source s
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