This quiz was written to assess the close reading of Act 2 and 3 of Hamlet. Out of 35 questions presented on the quiz, very few test the basic plot. Instead, students are asked to analyze key lines, turning events, figurative language and
This form is designed to keep yearbook students on track with their spread creation. It breaks the steps of the spread down into manageable mini-deadlines (basically one per class) and allows the student to see their cumulative grade on the spread.
This assignment directs students to review current photo essays that have been published online and then provides directions for the student to create and submit a personal photo essay.
Included in this document are directions on how to evaluate
This syllabus is designed for a course that includes four levels of photojournalism. The syllabus conveys the multi-faceted nature of being in the yearbook class and how it means more than just reporting to class. It conveys the expectations both in
This product contains three documents:
1. A timeline under which to complete the interview, including mini-deadlines for all parts of the interview process.
2. An interview agreement form.
3. A list of creative, unique interview questions.
This product is two-fold:
1. Provides a mini-deadline calendar for conducting a complete interview
2. Provides a "shoot list" that includes ideas of what pictures to take during Homecoming week to capture the spirit of the week to record in
This progress form is designed to help journalists stay organized as they work on their spread. The form is broken down into min-deadlines and requires signatures from either the EIC, section editor or adviser on every step.
Seniors are asked to write a graduation speech, regardless of whether or not they will actually present it to their classmates at graduation. This assignment requires students to review model speeches and meet multiple requirements. This meets both
This product will help a yearbook staff (for either MS or HS) plan for and prepare secondary coverage on the people pages of the yearbook.
The people pages, where all of the headshots of the students are featured, provide additional space for
This 50 question test includes aspects of characterization, theme development, essential plot elements and figurative language. It also includes a quote ID section.
Students are assessed with multiple choice, true / false and matching.
Designed to allow seniors a moment to reflect on their entire high school career, this letter could be used as an end of year writing assignment on any grade level. The objective is for a student to craft a thoughtful, handwritten thank you letter.
Students construct a graphic design portfolio to convey their understanding of the visual and verbal elements of graphic design. Using Google Presentation, students create an electronic portfolio that ask them to analyze the use of typography,
This activity pulls 14 direct quotes from Jane Eyre which represent the entire mystery of Bertha Mason, as Bronte presents it to the readers.
The quotes are out of order and the student is assigned to put the direct quotes in order, and annotate
Reading Questions for Chapters 1-8 of Denver Moore and Ron Hall's work. Questions are based on bloom's taxonomy and range from plot development to evaluation of syntax and diction.
These questions require interacting with the text, requiring
This powerpoint provides a detailed overview of Greek Drama. The presentation covers the origin of the Greek Drama, the literary structure of a greek drama and an understanding of the physical stage during this time. The later part of the powerpoint
This incredibly detailed guide is for Aeschylus's play, Agamemnon. The guide is broken up into sections by each episode of the play, with accompanying line numbers.
The guide facilitates a thorough understanding of the play by asking students to
Outlined in this resources are a variety of strategies to employ in order to expand your yearbook staff. It is a comprehensive guide that includes everything from using the guidance counselors as resources to students being nominated by their peers.
Using the list of commonly used prefixes published by Kelly Gallagher, this document contains an individual Word file with a diagram for each prefix: a, ad, bi, circum, com, de, dis, epi, equi, ex, hypo, hyper, in, inter, mal, mis, mono, non, omni,
This 25 question reading quiz assesses the characterization, key plot elements, theme development and figurative language used throughout the memoir.
25 multiple choice questions
This document has the answers highlighted and page numbers noted on