Track a main character's development throughout a story or section of a story using this poster-size chart. The categories include the character's relationships, internal and external conflicts, influences, motivation, and morality.
This handout facilitates an interactive class discussion. The students will answer specific questions about the novel they have read (including their opinion of it, the world issues they recognized, the author's point of view, and what they have
Students can use this worksheet to record information that they learn when researching a simple topic in an encyclopedia. The interesting page design and shapes with different questions will keep them engaged and on-task.
English Language Arts, For All Subject Areas, Informational Text
This is a set of guidelines which can be used for teaching students to paraphrase ideas from original sources. It clearly explains what the student should and should not do when paraphrasing the original text.
This is a worksheet based on this website: http://media.okstate.edu/faculty/jsenat/censorship/defining.htm
The website introduces the topic of censorship and the worksheet helps students process the information.