Ten rigorous CCSS aligned questions to get your students thinking!
Questions challenge students in characterization, figurative language, inferencing, and text citing skills. A strong vocabulary focus expands students vocabulary and ensures
The Ketchup Binder is a great way for your students to take responsibility and ownership for their missed work, and a great time saver for you!
Weekly Assignment Log (with editable version)
Binder Cover (with editable version)
No more aimlessly assigning a point value!
No more fretting over how to give meaningful feedback!
This Essay Grading System includes a rubric that breaks down the grade into three critical categories, and provides a quick way to give writers
Simplistic and convenient forms to keep track of parent communication and student behavior!
Forms are designed for one student or two students to a page. They come in four different color themes and four different styles. One style is only half a
Exit tickets for each of the above Books. Each ticket contains three standards aligned open-response questions. These are great
Each exit ticket contains two-four standards aligned open-response questions.
These are great for:
* comprehension checks
You can assign one or all questions based on what standards you are covering. This resource
A fun and engaging creative writing project that challenges your students to rewrite a scene from the Odyssey in the perspective of one of the other characters!
Project includes lesson plan, rubric, characterization
A great form to add to the end of your syllabus!
Includes a parent contact info section and a quick student survey that has a self assessment of their reading and writing skills, a name pronunciation line, and some home info to help you get to
Tired of students turning in papers weeks late? Arguing with you about accepting late papers? Wanting to redo assignments all the time?
You need a better system!
Save your sanity and have extra documentation by having a pass system.
How to use:
This is a great activity for students who are struggling with the concept of claims, counterclaims, or how to elaborate on evidence.
In this activity: students will create their own survival kit and "sell it" to the class. In their sales pitch