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- This informational text lesson on the dangers of energy drinks is the perfect ready-to-go lesson to practice close reading skills and comprehension! With eight specific standards-based questions and a text-based writing prompt, your students will be engaged, informed, and ready to debate!Student Ex
- This is a set questions paired with two articles that pose the essential question: Do you know what your digital footprint looks like? The articles catch students' attention immediately, and spark some serious discussion. Not only will students be engaged throughout this mini unit, but also they w
- Looking for a thoughtful, quick, and creative close reading lesson for Valentine's Day that covers several standards for your middle or high school students? I love to bring holiday themed lessons in when I can, but I am always very cautious to choose lessons that are standards-based. This mini-les
- This is a quick lesson that pairs two articles that pose the essential question: "How far is too far?" for a coach's behavior. It provides a close reading guide with questions for each article and then offers topics for discussion/debate to compare and contrast. Includes:-Formal lesson plan-Super s
- This mini lesson on the benefits of reading is the perfect ready-to-go lesson to practice close reading skills. With five specific common core text-based questions, your students will be engaged, informed, and ready to debate!Includes:-Formal lesson plan-Super simple sub sheet-Standards links-Link t
Engage and motivate students with these informational, expository text close reading assignments. These easy-prep Hot Topics Info Text Lesson is the perfect ready-to-go resource to practice close reading skills and comprehension. This resource is not just questions and answers - you are getting a full lesson plan complete with a relevant video links, an argumentative writing prompt, and extension ideas! Plus, all the answers are here, too!
- 100% editable
-Links to articles
*Note about content: Two of the articles (Coach Behavior and Internet Safety) use some language that might be considered mature for some readers. It isn't central to the main content of the article, nor is it addressed in the questions. It could be edited out easily.*
Classroom success stories from other teachers who have tried these lessons:
♥ "Great sub/emergency plan! Was very easy to get prepared, I have it set aside for the day I need it!"
♥ "Very pertinent information for today's classroom."
♥ "I love these, I can leave them with a sub in a pinch! Great back up activity!"
♥ "Too awesome for words! I'm using these with 7th graders to practice close reading with text that's difficult. These are challenging, but topics are very engaging. We started with the "Reading is good for your brain" selection." Many students finally understood why teachers assign independent reading. Wow!"
♥ "My students could relate to the topics which I feel made a huge difference in their interest in reading them."
♥ "High-interest engaging articles are a must when working with teenagers! I like that they're sub friendly, and I'm leaving something interesting and useful! Thanks!"
♥ "These articles are really liked by my students! I like the answer keys and the layout."
♥ "This is my go-to for sub plans! Everything you put out is amazing material!"
♥ "This has not only been a resource but also a source of ideas. My favorite article to use is the one of energy drinks-- the students are able to easily connect with it!"
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