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Middle School English Entire Year: Full Year, Junior High, 6th, 7th, 8th Bundle

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    Bonus

    Start Here- Directions, Folders, Free Files

    Description

    Perfect for in-class OR distance learning! Nearly 40% savings and tons of free material! Now nearly 100% Google compatible. This purchase provides you with your entire middle school curriculum and lessons in a single purchase! Easily adjustable material suited for advanced students (6th grade) looking for enriching work, or struggling students (8th grade) who need visuals and constant engagement. Included in your purchase are over 70 presentations and nearly 2,500 slides. These presentations are organized for you in a fashion where your ENTIRE year will be set; each presentation is designed to be totally interactive and provide a perfect balance between teacher instruction and student performance. Included in these presentations are questions, activities, bell ringers, video clips, projects, papers, essays, and more. In addition, the product also includes nearly 200 free Word documents. It is all here! **Note: After downloading the product, begin with the BONUS FILE.**

    Here are some comments on this product and my other 4-star rated, year-long products:

    "I'm very excited about using the resource. Each lesson looks to be engaging, and I think my students will really enjoy it! Thank you!" Stephanie L 9/2/19

    "This is my first year teaching English and it has been very helpful!" Katy G, 9/13/19

    "Great!" Mary H, 9/12/2019

    "A fantastic resource and springboard for teaching a class never taught before! Very helpful!" Elizabeth K, 8/18/19

    "This is a wealth of resources collected into one bundle. Thank you!" Rachel S, 8/8/19

    "This was a tremendous find!" Thomas Berry 12/2/18

    “This has truly been a lifesaver and made me a better teacher to my students!” Christel A H. 9/13/18

    “Great resource!” Amanda L, 9/2/18

    “Awesome” Jacqueline C, 8/6/18

    The first presentation you will open will give detailed directions about how to best use the product. From there, the year is divided in 4 different units; each lesson within every unit is numbered so it is extremely easy to stay organized, know what to do next, and keep moving forward in a way where skills are building.

    As a seller, I have over 8,000 reviews on Teacherspayteachers. Every presentation in this bundle has been redone, revised and improved: It is the result of a collaborative effort between a secondary English teacher and a special education English teacher. Each presentation is meant to allow for differentiation, collaboration (when needed), teacher instruction, and student application.

    Not only will your students enjoy this curriculum, but YOU will as well: These lessons are targeted to engage students through fun, interactive content that has an excellent balance of “teacher do” versus “student do”!

    Here are the 4 units that are the backbone of the entire year, plus content for the first week of school, holidays, open house, and more!

    First Week of School- The first week focuses on establishing the processes that will be used throughout the year, making the students comfortable, and allowing the students do some self-reflection. These materials include games, surveys, and self-reflection. In addition, free supplemental resources are included to help establish routines for the entire year.

    Unit 1: Elements of Writing and Essays- After establishing the daily processes for the year, Unit 1 focuses on the mechanics of writing an essay while emphasizing paragraph development, organization, and seeing both sides of an issue. Each successive lesson allows for building of skills and progression of ideas. These skills will be continually emphasized throughout the duration of the school year.

    Unit 2- Elements of Short Stories- The unit continues to emphasize the elements of writing and organization stressed in unit 1, but shifts to a focus on short stories. Students will apply their writing skills to critical thinking exercises associated with recognizing theme, point of view, setting, and other elements found within literature.

    As an enrichment, teachers may weave in research elements connected to citation usage, source reliability, and formatting.

    Unit 3- Elements of Style- The unit begins a focus on more advanced writing skills connected to style. Tone and mood are explored, while specific elements of writing style are investigated: word choice, imagery, sentence types. Finally, the unit is tied together with students working with different modes of communication: narration, exposition, and description. If needed, free supplements for different essay types are included.

    Unit 4- Elements of Poetry and Figurative Language- This unit ends the year with fun opportunities to both analyze and create for the students. Students will focus on distinguishing between figurative and literal language, while diving into specific types of figurative vehicles: imagery, metaphor, simile, personification, and more. Throughout each of these lessons, student have the opportunity use each of devices emphasized within the unit.

    Extras- The extras folder features presentations for special times of the year: open house, Halloween, New Year’s, etc. The holiday items are typically silly in nature and meant to spark fun and creativity. All items within these folders are free supplements.

    In addition, the product includes free Word document extras that offer a variety of edible documents that may be useful throughout the year, or provide opportunities for further supplementation. Within the Word document extras are nearly 200 free files.

    More specifically, here are the different files in the bundle:

    - Start Here: Directions for Use

    - Bell Ringers: The Entire Year

    - First Day of School

    - Get-to-Know-You Game

    - Work Ethic Survey and Reflection

    - Organization Survey and Reflection

    - Assignment Sheet

    - Reading Annotation Guide

    - Classroom Management Norms

    - Cornell Notes

    - Vocabulary Units 1 through 8

    - HIT Introduction Paragraphs

    - Paragraph HOOKS

    - Thesis Statements

    - Topic Sentences

    - Paragraph Builder

    - Concession Paragraphs

    - Kung Fu Conclusions

    - Web Cluster Like a Super Hero

    - Paragraph Review

    - Change Model

    - Real World Writing, Business Proposal

    - Paragraphs for Struggling Writers

    - Conflict and Plot

    - The Most Dangerous Game

    - Character

    - Setting

    - Irony

    - The Gift of the Magi

    - Symbolism

    - The Necklace

    - Point of View

    - The Scarlet Ibis

    - Foreshadowing, Time, Tempo

    - The Sound of Thunder

    - Theme

    - Thank You, Ma’am

    - Poster Project

    - Embedding Quotations

    - Literary Terminology

    - MLA Formatting and Citations

    - Primary and Secondary Sources

    - Reliable Sources and Research

    - Tone and Mood

    - Complex Sentences

    - Sentence Types and Syntax

    - Narrative Writing

    - Word Choice

    - Expository Writing

    - Imagery, part 1

    - Descriptive Writing

    - Writer’s DJ, Mixing Modes

    - Murder Mystery Game

    - Princess Bride Movie Guide

    - Expository Essay Prompt

    - Narrative Essay Prompt

    - Grammar Extension- The Colon

    - Grammar Extension- The Semi-Colon

    - Transitions

    - Elements of Poetry Overview

    - Figurative vs. Literal Language

    - Poetry Analysis

    - Paragraphs to Pump You Up and Poetry Response

    - Imagery, part 2

    - Metaphor

    - Simile

    - Personification

    - Onomatopoeia

    - Alliteration and Sound

    - The Raven

    - Poetry Analysis Essay

    - Advanced Word Choice

    - Author and Biography Connections

    - Free Response Annotations

    - Literature Circles

    - Tone Painting

    - Book Report

    - Christmas Activity

    - New Year’s Resolution

    - Open House, Back to School Night

    - Thanksgiving Writing Tools

    - Valentine’s Day Letter

    - Active vs. Passive Voice with Zombies

    - Halloween Hooks

    - Halloween Passback

    - The Monkey’s Paw

    - Nearly 200 free Word documents

    Thank you for your interest, and do not hesitate to ask any questions if needed!

    **Note: After downloading the product, begin with the BONUS FILE.**

    Total Pages
    2,500 pages
    Answer Key
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    Teaching Duration
    1 Year
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    Standards

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    Acquire and use accurately a range of general academic and domain-specific words and phrases sufficient for reading, writing, speaking, and listening at the college and career readiness level; demonstrate independence in gathering vocabulary knowledge when encountering an unknown term important to comprehension or expression.
    Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings.
    Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases by using context clues, analyzing meaningful word parts, and consulting general and specialized reference materials, as appropriate.
    Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
    Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and communicative tasks, demonstrating command of formal English when indicated or appropriate.

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