Quick Quotations Bundle (15 Sets in One!)

Quick Quotations Bundle (15 Sets in One!)
Quick Quotations Bundle (15 Sets in One!)
Quick Quotations Bundle (15 Sets in One!)
Quick Quotations Bundle (15 Sets in One!)
Quick Quotations Bundle (15 Sets in One!)
Quick Quotations Bundle (15 Sets in One!)
Quick Quotations Bundle (15 Sets in One!)
Quick Quotations Bundle (15 Sets in One!)
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4 MB|140 pages
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Common Core requires that students understand complex text independently. Now here is a quick and easy way for students to practice that really uses thinking skills! It is perfect for reading, writing, history/social studies, science, music, and character education all in one! It could easily be adapted to various grade levels depending upon how you use it.

My Quick Quotations sets are sold individually, but now you can purchase all of them and SAVE when buying them in this bundle!

If you'd like to sample them, you can download my Nelson Mandela set for FREE here:

Quick Quotations: Nelson Mandela (FREE)

Quick Quotations pages works well independently or in partners/small groups.They would also be great in an independent writing center or as a bell-ringer activity.

Students analyze a quotation (or more than one) of a great thinker from history, science, music, etc. EIGHT different quotation sheets for each person are included. This means you get a total of 120 quotation sheets in the bundle in total!

Students then respond to the quotation (following your guidelines).

There are so many ways to do this, and I have purposely not provided directions on the sheets so that students can follow the example YOU set for them and include what YOU would like them to include.

A suggested sequence might be:

1. Read the quotation provided.

2. Think about the quotation. This can be done alone or with a partner in discussion. What does the quotation mean? Do you agree or disagree? Why or why not? Is the quotation important? Why or why not? Provide students with any questions you would like them to address in their thinking and/or discussion.

3. Write about the quotation. Students will now formulate their thoughts or discussion points into a piece of writing about the quotation.

4. You might then have students share their written responses aloud with the class.

Students could all work on the same quotation or you might provide different students with different quotations.

Here is a list of the 15 famous faces included in the bundle. You can click on any of the links below to see the individual product listings and sample pages as well.

1.Quick Quotations: Albert Einstein

2.Quick Quotations: Benjamin Franklin

3.Quick Quotations: Thomas Edison

4.Quick Quotations: Martin Luther King, Jr.

5.Quick Quotations: Marie Curie

6.Quick Quotations: Rosa Parks

7.Quick Quotations: Amelia Earhart

8.Quick Quotations: Steve Jobs

9.Quick Quotations: John Lennon

10.Quick Quotations: Abraham Lincoln

11.Quick Quotations: Eleanor Roosevelt

12.Quick Quotations: Helen Keller

13.Quick Quotations: Mark Twain

14.Quick Quotations: John F. Kennedy

15.Quick Quotations: Mohandas Gandhi

Other sets:
There is also a Quick Quotations: Civil Rights Edition available (not included in this bundle).

You might want to check out my Quick Quotations: Sports Bundle which includes:
Quick Quotations: Baseball Edition
Quick Quotations: Basketball Edition
Quick Quotations: Football Edition

Quick Quotations: Barack Obama

Quick Quotations: Theodore Roosevelt

Quick Quotations: The Presidential Bundle
Total Pages
140 pages
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