These questions are based on the version in Holt Elements of Literature:Sixth Course. Study Questions for "The Prologue", "The Pardoner's Prologue and Tale", and "The Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale are included.
This note is an easy way to keep in touch and maintain parent contact. Parents will enjoy the quickness and ease of it while you stay organized. It also comes with a reminder so all parties stay on track.
I give these stars to my students as a reward. They are worth 5 points each. They can earn them by returning signed documents, volunteering to read aloud, giving a helping hand, or any great deed worthy of rewarding. They hold on to these stars and
Many teachers allow cell phones when students are working independently. My friend has a policy that students can only use their phones if a poster is put on the board showing that they can so everyone is clear.
This is a quick and simple way to assess what students have learned. They will tell 3 things they know, 2 things they don't know, and ask 1 question about the day's lesson. Print on colored paper to add some prettiness.
These are my journals from the first nine weeks. The second nine weeks, I start over with numbers and do ten more. Journals are relevant to: the first day of class, Beowulf, The Canterbury Tales, Lord of the Flies, and Swift's A Modest Proposal. I