Traditionally taught as a 10th-grade text, "The Pedestrian" by Ray Bradbury is one that covers ideas that are even more relevant today than they were back in the 1950s. With these lesson plans, you can approach the text in a way that best meets the needs and interest of all of your students.
Plans include essential questions, links to articles, rubrics, and other relevant resources, as well as a variety of "Out-of-the-Box" bellwork ideas, activities, and assessments. If you're looking to connect the law to your ELA classroom, you're going to love the courtroom-style assessment!
Notes, tips, and explanations are also provided as to how and when to scaffold the lesson for the needs of regular, advanced, and students with gifted abilities.