This is a Comma Unit plan. I use it every year with my freshman English classes and they always do so much better after this unit plan. It is a ten day plan, but I only spend 15 to 20 minutes every day with students. This unit plan really breaks it
The novel Night by Elie Wiesel is a great Holocaust novel to teach to middle school/9th grade. In this bundle, there are 4 Multiple Choice quizzes that are broken up to cover different sections of the entire novel. Each quiz is 20 questions. 18 of
One theme that is evident throughout The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is that events lead to maturity. This chart gives adventures/ a quote that Huck Finn goes through, and the student has to explain how that shows Huck has matured since the
After reading a novel, a great review is to simply reflect back on the major events of the novel. This activity has 22 events major that students have to put in order from what happened first in the novel to what happened last.
The novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is a great Distopian novel to teach to ninth and tenth graders. In this bundle, there are 3 Multiple Choice quizzes that are broken up to cover the three sections of the novel. Each quiz is 20 questions. 18
In middle and high school, it is extremely important for students to learn to cite evidence to support a theme, conflict, point of view, or any theory they have. This worksheet is a great source to introduce important writing elements before
I have done this as an in-class group project with Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth. My students have loved it every time because social media is something they know and can relate to! Therefore, this project really allows them to make a connection