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Informational Text & Reading Literature with Film Clips: Grade 6-8 Lesson Bundle

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6th - 8th, Higher Education, Homeschool, Staff
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    Description

    Teach EVERY middle school reading literature and reading informational text common core state standard for grade 6-8 using inspirational and engaging videos (Printable & Digital! 15 no prep lessons include editable lesson plan, student handouts, rubric, Answer Key, PowerPoint slides and Google Slides for no prep distance learning or Google Classroom activities.

    Common Core ELA Test Prep is FUN with VIDEO CLIP ACTIVITIES - plus grade 9 - 12 lessons for scaffolding, differentiation and gifted and talented middle school ELA lessons.

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    All Lessons Include (Printable & Digital):

    • ANSWER KEY
    • Lesson Plan
    • Student Handouts
    • PowerPoint Slides
    • Google Slides
    • Google Doc
    • Reusable "Assessment" handout to use with ANY text
    • List of 145 free printable texts for "Assessmnet" handout or extra practice

    All Lessons, Handouts and PowerPoints Include (Printable & Digital):

    • Common Core Standard
    • Learning Focus Question
    • Introductory Script
    • Bell Ringer
    • Mini Lesson
    • Guided Practice with video link
    • Independent Practice with video link
    • Exit Slip
    • Early Finisher Activity
    • ANSWER KEY

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    English Curriculum Bundle includes 15 no prep (and editable DOC) middle school ELA lesson plans and student handouts with PowerPoint slides, answer keys and Google drive links for effortless ELA lessons or Google Classroom activities.


    Simply print the handouts, lesson and answer key, load the PowerPoint and videos, or share the Google Drive link with students to enjoy an effortless, engaging lesson or Google classroom activity to teach students how a fiction and nonfiction historical account portray the same time, place, or character similarly and differently (by using or changing history).

    NOTE: This product includes YouTube and SafeYouTube links for schools that do not allow YouTube.

    PRODUCT UPDATE: All customer concerns have been addressed.

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    USE VIDEOS TO TEACH EVERY SINGLE ELA STANDARD FOR READING!

    NEVER PLAN ANOTHER LESSON!

    NEVER HAVE DISENGAGED STUDENTS AGAIN!

    15 DETAILED LESSON PLANS TO TEACH & PRACTICE EVERY SINGLE COMMON CORE STANDARD FOR READING LITERATURE & INFORMATIONAL TEXTS!

    15 STANDARDS: CCSS.ELA.RI.1-9 & CCSS.RL.1-9 (GRADES 6-8)!!!

    BONUS: All CCSS-ALIGNED video clip activities can be used to spark discussion to teach emotional intelligence & social emotional curriculum (SEL)

    Perfect for reluctant readers and students with disabilities.

    Teach your High School or Middle School students EVERY common-core standard for reading informational texts and reading literature using engaging videos.

    NO PREP Print &Go: 15 lesson plans, 75 pages of student handouts, lesson plans and video links.

    Simply load the videos for each of the 15 lessons, print, project & go!

    NOTE: If your school does not allow YouTube, google search “youtube to MP4” on your home computer and use any of the first sites to instantly convert the included YouTube links to MP4 files to play from your school desktop, SmartBoard, PPT, etc.

    Enforce Writing & Reading Literature CCSS through 15 culturally relevant lessons and engaging video clip activities.

    BONUS: A LIST OF SUGGESTED INFORMATIONAL TEXTS, POETRY & PROSE (AVAILABLE TO PRINT ONLINE):

    - 50 SUGGESTED INFORMATIONAL TEXTS/U.S. DOCUMENTS & PAMPHLETS

    - 50 SUGGESTED POEMS (19 BY AFRICAN AMERICAN/LATINO POETS)

    - 45 SUGGESTED SHORT STORIES (13 AFRICAN AMERICAN/LATINO)

    REUSE 15 LESSONS & HANDOUTS (EDITABLE) WITH SUGGESTED TEXTS FOR REPEATED, SPIRALED PRACTICE & ASSESSMENTS FOR EACH SKILL.

    THIS IS A LIFE-LONG & LIFE-CHANGING TOOL

    IN NO PREP EDITABLE (.DOC) FORMAT

    NO PREP, PRINT, PROJECT & GO

    Why wait?

    Use videos to teach inferencing!

    Use videos to teach theme!

    Use videos to teach main idea and summary!

    Use videos to teach plot, conflict, mood and tone!

    Use videos to teach characterization!

    Use videos to teach irony, dramatic, situational and verbal!

    Use videos to teach point of view and author's purpose!

    Use film clips to teach compare and contrast!

    Use film clips to teach sequencing and text structure!

    The list goes on and on!

    Why using boring texts when you can use pixar shorts, spoken word poetry, popular movie film clips, children's story film clips and speech video clips?

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    THIS PRODUCT IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY OF THE LINKS, FILMS, VIDEOS, WEBSITES OR ORGANIZATIONS LINKED IN THE PRODUCT OR APPEARING IN THE PRODUCT THUMBNAIL; IT IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.

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    Why wait?

    Teach EVERY middle school reading literature and reading informational text common core state standard for grade 6-8 using inspirational and engaging videos (Printable & Digital!

    Total Pages
    750 pages
    Answer Key
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    Teaching Duration
    Lifelong tool
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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Analyze how two or more texts address similar themes or topics in order to build knowledge or to compare the approaches the authors take.
    Delineate and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, including the validity of the reasoning as well as the relevance and sufficiency of the evidence.
    Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.
    Assess how point of view or purpose shapes the content and style of a text.
    Analyze the structure of texts, including how specific sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text (e.g., a section, chapter, scene, or stanza) relate to each other and the whole.

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