This handbook was developed in accordance with my school while we were developing the school's induction program. It includes many resources for the mentoring and mentee teachers, including a schedule for the year, checklists of material to cover,
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This fun group activity will get students up and moving while reviewing Ernest Hemingway's short story "In Another Country." The students will answer true/false questions (although they may not know it!).
As a primary document, the Declaration of Independence can be difficult for students to decipher. This graphic organizer asks the reader to find and analyze several concepts from the document, giving evidence to support the assertions.
These task cards include higher-level thinking for several Robert Frost poems, including "The Road Not Taken," "Fire and Ice," "I Have Been One Acquainted with the Night," "After Apple-Picking," and "Nothing Gold Can Stay."
Do your students drive you “batty” wanting to play review games? This bidding game brings out the competitive spirit in each student and can be used as review for any class. Students answer review questions from the teacher and keep track of their
Who was the real Edgar Allan Poe? This class game show presents information—true and false—about Poe’s life and allows the class members a chance to vote on who is the “true” Edgar Allan Poe. The activity also gives students a chance to assess how