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The Fault in Our Stars contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is: * Simile * Metaphor * Idiom * Hyperbole * Analogy * Personification * Onomatopoeia *
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The Fault in Our Stars pop quizzes, comprehension checks, exit tickets ... use these 14 simple quizzes however you'd like. Printable & Powerpoint versions provided for simple implementation. Make sure students are staying on track reading the
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The Fault in Our Stars writing prompts never fail to get conversation started. And not just any surface conversation! In response to the 69 questions, learners will write a short quickwrite essay in a journal writing format. Questions like these get
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The Fault in Our Stars Vocabulary for chapters 1-5 contains 30 words from the text. Learners engage in the language of the story and understand what the vocabulary and context of what they're reading (includes page numbers for students to easily
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American psychologist Abraham Maslow became famous for his theory about human needs. Let’s discuss his theory that a person must have the lower levels before she can enjoy the higher levels of the hierarchy...and what these ideas mean for our
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Hazel and Augustus's love is compared to and described by Robert Frost's poem, "Nothing Gold Can Stay." Learners will take a pause from the reading to read and study this poem, its meaning, and how it connects to our novel The Fault in Our
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The Fault in Our Stars Symbols can be difficult for learners. Using this sweet-looking graphic organizer, they will analyze 6 key symbols/motifs from the novel The Fault in Our Stars. They will make note of 2-3 key quotes about each symbol. Then
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The Fault in Our Stars Essay Topics will get learners engaging with meaningful topics the novel raises: > Theme - Fault in Our Stars quote > Character - Hazel Grace and An Imperial Affliction > Setting - Oblivion as a Place NOVEL: The
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The Fault in Our Stars learners will enjoy this prereading activity that gets thinking about and discussing (and maybe even engaging in some friendly arguing!). Then after the novel is done, learners will revisit these questions to consider how
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The Fault in Our Stars Vocabulary for chapters 6-11 contains 30 words from the text. Learners engage in the language of the story and understand what the vocabulary and context of what they're reading (includes page numbers for students to easily
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The Fault in Our Stars learners will enjoy the rigor of this 5-page organizer (with bonus blank page for extra characters). Learners will keep track of their analysis of the main characters, making notes of the physical descriptions, inner desires,
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The Fault in Our Stars Vocabulary for the Complete Novel studies 120 words from the text. Learners engage in the language of the story and understand what the vocabulary and context of what they're reading (includes page numbers for students to
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The Fault in Our Stars Vocabulary for chapters 20-24 contains 30 words from the text. Learners engage in the language of the story and understand what the vocabulary and context of what they're reading (includes page numbers for students to easily
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Peter Van Houten named his novel An Imperial Affliction after a poem by Emily Dickinson often called "A Certain Slant of Light." Learners will take a pause from the reading to read and study this poem, its meaning, and how it connects to our novel
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Hazel reads Augustus a William Carlos Williams poem -- Red Wheelbarrow - Poem XXII -- and then creates her own version of the poem for Augustus. NOVEL: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green LEVEL: 7th-12th COMMON CORE:
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The Fault in Our Stars Vocabulary for chapters 12-19 contains 30 words from the text. Learners engage in the language of the story and understand what the vocabulary and context of what they're reading (includes page numbers for students to easily
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The Fault in Our Stars Google Earth is a high-engagement way to give an Introduction Tour of the geography of the novel's world. The first time I busted out Google Earth on the projector to introduce a unit, students were riveted. And they still
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The Fault in Our Stars Conflict learners will explore the 6 major types in the novel. Middle and highschoolers will subconsciously enjoy the design of this 2-page graphic organizer as they take notes and analyze. NOVEL: The Fault in Our Stars by
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The Fault in Our Stars Plot Chart guides learners in analysis of the 6 parts of the plot (Freytag's Pyramid): Exposition (setting, characters, and background info) Conflict Rising Action (3 events or details) Climax Falling Action (2 events or
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The Fault in Our Stars Movie vs. Novel Comparison contains a 2-page organizer that will help your learners compare the novel to the film. How is the movie different? After reading the novel, students will view the film and analyze the differences.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Created For Learning contains resources created by a married couple that are both teachers. We believe we are all #CreatedForLearning, and we love exploring what that looks like throughout our lives. Our teaching experiences span a wide range of grade levels.

profilejonathan-s.jpgJONATHAN: My 1st day of teaching was September 10, 2001. Talk about a crazy 2nd day! These past years of teaching have been such a blessing.

I have had the privilege of teaching 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th English, Middle School Creative Writing, and Freshman Composition, Creative Writing, and Literacy at the college level.

In my free time, I write novels for young adults. I'm fairly certain I'm the only young adult author whose birth country no longer exists, but I hope someone will prove me otherwise! I was the head editor of the RipRap Literary Journal and have written book reviews for www.TeenReads.com.

profilelisa-s.jpgLISA: The bulk of my 6 years of teaching experience was in first and second grade. Two of those years were first/second grade combo classes.

Currently, my main job is staying home with our preschool and elementary-age girls. It's been really insightful and humbling to experience the public school experience from a parent point of view.

MY TEACHING STYLE

We like helping students think. We're not so much interested in teaching them WHAT to think, but more importantly HOW to think. And even more...that they SHOULD think. We try to create a classroom environment that allows students the space to think, encourages open discussion, and hopefully lights a passion for learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

JONATHAN
* President's Scholar at Cal State, Long Beach
* Dean's List

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

JONATHAN
* Bachelors of Arts in English Education, emphasis in Creative Writing
* Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, Fiction
* California Clear Teaching Credential

LISA
* Bachelors of Arts in Liberal Studies (Integrated Teacher Education Program), concentration in Language/Literacy
* California Clear Teaching Credential, CLAD emphasis

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