This graphic organizer can be used to help students in responding to a Text Dependent Analysis (TDA). This organizer uses the AREEA method of organizing:
A-Answer the question
R-Give reasons for your answer
E-Provide Evidence from the
A great wrap-up project for literature circles or novel study! Students create a movie poster for their book. In addition to a summary, students will write a teaser, create a cast, and compile a soundtrack.
In this project, students use their knowledge of point of view and perspective to re imagine a familiar fairy tale. Students write their own version of the fairy tale by writing from a specific character's perspective. The project also includes an
In this project, students will create a themed booklet of figurative language examples.
-figurative language examples (assonance, alliteration, cliche, hyperbole, simile, metaphor, idiom, onomatopoeia,
In this project, students use their knowledge about Tall Tales to create their own character. Students will write a short story involving their character as well as an illustration.
-organizers to guide
This project has students collaborating and competing in teams to see who can travel the US in the quickest time/ distance. The catch is that students may only stop in state capitals. It's a great way to practice state capitals, mapping, and math