Reading & Writing Skills Hyperdoc Bundle

Reading & Writing Skills Hyperdoc Bundle
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    1. This bundle includes 23 hyperdocs (also sold separately):8 Reading3 Writing4 Science8 US HistoryRead below for a description of each one:Main Idea Hyperdoc:Components/Skills:ExploreExamineWatchLearnCompareReadInferAnalyzeWonderCollaborationUsing text evidenceSummarizingWriting an argumentTopics Cove
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    This bundle contains 11 hyperdocs (also sold separately):

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    Finding Main Idea Hyperdoc

    Problem Solution Hyperdoc

    Figurative Language Hyperdoc

    Elements of Plot Hyperdoc

    Types of Conflict Hyperdoc

    Theme Hyperdoc

    Point of View Hyperdoc

    Mood and Tone Hyperdoc

    Personal Narrative Hyperdoc

    Expository Writing Hyperdoc

    Opinion Writing Hyperdoc

    Are you looking for a way to make a topic more engaging, technological, and interactive? Well, then this is the product for you! 100% digital, these hyperdocs can be used to introduce or reinforce key ELA skills.

    Main Idea Hyperdoc:

    Components/Skills:

    Explore

    Examine

    Watch

    Learn

    Compare

    Read

    Infer

    Analyze

    Wonder

    Collaboration

    Using text evidence

    Summarizing

    Writing an argument

    Topics Covered:

    What is main idea?

    Determining main idea

    Analyzing images to determine main idea

    Summarizing the Main Idea

    Using text evidence to support main idea

    Details to support main idea

    Main idea vs. theme

    Figurative Language Hyperdoc:

    Components/Skills of this hyperdoc:

    Explore

    Examine

    Watch

    Learn

    Compare

    Read

    Infer

    Analyze

    Wonder

    Collaboration

    Using text evidence

    Summarizing

    Topics Covered in this Hyperdoc:

    What is figurative language?

    Why do writers use figurative language?

    Analyzing idioms

    Personification

    Hyperboles

    Compare and contrast similes and metaphors

    Analyzing song lyrics

    Analyzing poetry

    Allusions

    Problem/Solution Hyperdoc:

    Components/Skills:

    Explore

    Examine

    Watch

    Learn

    Compare

    Read

    Infer

    Analyze

    Wonder

    Collaboration

    Using text evidence

    Summarizing

    Writing an argument

    Topics Covered:

    What is problem/solution text structure?

    Signal words to indicate problem/solution

    Analyzing Problems

    Creating Solutions

    Writing own problem/solution paragraph

    Problem/Solution Game- Immediate feedback

    Comparing Problem/Solution text structure to others

    Problem/Solution Match

    Elements of Plot Hyperdoc:

    Are you looking for a way to make a topic more engaging, technological, and interactive? Well, then this is the product for you! 100% digital, this doc can be used to introduce or reinforce the study of "The Elements of Plot."

    Components/Skills of this doc:

    Engage

    Explore

    Explain

    Apply

    Share

    Reflect

    Extend

    Topics Covered in this doc:

    Tips to writing a good story

    Exposition

    Rising Action

    Climax

    Falling Action

    Resolution

    Analyzing the elements of plot

    Writing a short story using the elements of plot

    Summarizing a story

    Types of Conflict Hyperdoc:

    Are you looking for a way to make a topic more engaging, technological, and interactive? Well, then this is the product for you! 100% digital, this hyperdoc can be used to introduce or reinforce the study of conflict.

    Components/Skills of this hyperdoc:

    Engage

    Explore

    Explain

    Apply

    Share

    Reflect

    Extend

    Topics Covered in this Hyperdoc:

    External Conflict

    Internal Conflict

    Man vs. Man

    Man vs. Society

    Man vs. Self

    Man vs. Nature

    Man vs. Fate

    Man vs. Supernatural

    Man vs. Machine/Technology

    Conflict in fairy tales

    Theme Hyperdoc:

    Are you looking for a way to make a topic more engaging, technological, and interactive? Well, then this is the product for you! 100% digital, this hyperdoc can be used to introduce or reinforce the study of theme.

    Components/Skills of this hyperdoc:

    Explore

    Examine

    Watch

    Learn

    Compare

    Read

    Infer

    Analyze

    Apply

    Topics Covered in this Hyperdoc:

    What is theme?

    Reading passages- identifying theme.

    The difference between theme and main idea

    Common themes in literature

    Using evidence to find theme

    Explicit vs. implicit ideas

    Point of View Hyperdoc:

    Are you looking for a way to make a topic more engaging, technological, and interactive? Well, then this is the product for you! 100% digital, this hyperdoc can be used to introduce or reinforce the study of point of view.

    Components/Skills of this hyperdoc:

    Explore

    Examine

    Watch

    Learn

    Compare

    Read

    Infer

    Analyze

    Apply

    Topics Covered in this Hyperdoc:

    What is point of view?

    First person

    Second person

    Third Person: Objective, Limited, Omniscient

    Narrators

    Perspective

    Point of view influence on how events are described

    Mood and Tone Hyperdoc:

    Are you looking for a way to make a topic more engaging, technological, and interactive? Well, then this is the product for you! 100% digital, this hyperdoc can be used to introduce or reinforce the study of mood and tone.

    Components/Skills of this hyperdoc:

    Explore

    Examine

    Watch

    Learn

    Compare

    Read

    Infer

    Analyze

    Apply

    Topics Covered in this Hyperdoc:

    Mood

    Tone

    Mood & Tone Words

    Impact of mood and tone

    Identify mood and tone

    Context clues

    Connotation

    Other Details:

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    • Be sure your school district gives students access to documents from outside of your school district.

    Download includes a link to the assignment. Document can be easily shared through Google Drive or Google Classroom. Document is editable.

    © Copyright 2018 Project Based Sixth. All rights reserved. Permission is granted to copy pages specifically designed for student or teacher use by the original purchaser or licensee. This is intended to be used by one teacher unless additional licenses have been purchased. The reproduction of any other part of this product is strictly prohibited.

    1. Personal Narrative Hyperdoc

    Are you looking for a way to make a topic more engaging, technological, and interactive? Well, then his is the product for you! 100% digital, this hyperdoc can be used to introduce or reinforce the study of personal narrative writing.

    Components/Skills:

    • Explore
    • Examine
    • Watch
    • Learn
    • Compare
    • Read
    • Infer
    • Analyze
    • Apply
    • Share

    Topics:

    • What is a personal narrative?
    • Tips to writing a successful personal narrative
    • Descriptive writing (Show, don't tell)
    • Creative Hooks
    • Organization/Structure
    • Drafting, Editing, Proofreading
    • Narrative vs Expository
    • Descriptive Language
    • Conclusion
    • Mood/Tone

    Other Information:

    • Be sure your school district gives students access to documents from outside of your school district/network.
    • Download includes a link to the assignment.
    • Document can be easily shared through Google Drive or Google Classroom.
    • Document is editable.

    © Copyright 2019 Project Based Sixth. All rights reserved. Permission is granted to copy pages specifically designed for student or teacher use by the original purchaser or licensee. This is intended to be used by one teacher unless additional licenses have been purchased. The reproduction of any other part of this product is strictly prohibited.

    2. Expository Writing Hyperdoc

    Are you looking for a way to make a topic more engaging, technological, and interactive? Well, then his is the product for you! 100% digital, this hyperdoc can be used to introduce or reinforce the study of informative/expository writing.

    Components/Skills:

    • Explore
    • Examine
    • Watch
    • Learn
    • Compare
    • Read
    • Infer
    • Analyze
    • Apply
    • Share

    Topics:

    • What is expository writing?
    • Tips to writing a successful informative essay
    • Strong introductions
    • Creative Hooks
    • Organization/Structure
    • Drafting, Editing, Proofreading
    • Sentence Structure
    • Main Ideas & Details
    • Author's Purpose
    • Types of informative writing
    • And much more!

    Other Information:

    • Be sure your school district gives students access to documents from outside of your school district/network.
    • Download includes a link to the assignment.
    • Document can be easily shared through Google Drive or Google Classroom.
    • Document is editable.

    © Copyright 2019 Project Based Sixth. All rights reserved. Permission is granted to copy pages specifically designed for student or teacher use by the original purchaser or licensee. This is intended to be used by one teacher unless additional licenses have been purchased. The reproduction of any other part of this product is strictly prohibited.

    3. Opinion Writing Hyperdoc

    Are you looking for a way to make a topic more engaging, technological, and interactive? Well, then his is the product for you! 100% digital, this hyperdoc can be used to introduce or reinforce the study of opinion writing.

    Components/Skills:

    • Explore
    • Examine
    • Watch
    • Learn
    • Compare
    • Read
    • Infer
    • Analyze
    • Apply
    • Share

    Topics:

    • What is opinion writing?
    • Tips to writing a strong opinion essay
    • Strong introductions & conclusions
    • Organization/Structure
    • Drafting, Editing, Proofreading
    • Sentence Structure & Transitions
    • Main Ideas & Details
    • OREO Process
    • Call to action
    • And much more!

    Other Information:

    • Be sure your school district gives students access to documents from outside of your school district/network.
    • Download includes a link to the assignment.
    • Document can be easily shared through Google Drive or Google Classroom.
    • Document is editable.

    © Copyright 2019 Project Based Sixth. All rights reserved. Permission is granted to copy pages specifically designed for student or teacher use by the original purchaser or licensee. This is intended to be used by one teacher unless additional licenses have been purchased. The reproduction of any other part of this product is strictly prohibited.

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