Use annotation stations to get your students up and moving while annotating purposefully! There are three annotation stations focusing on character, plot, and vocabulary. Each station is generic enough where it will fit most texts read in the
Learning about fairy tales in your class? Engage students in the fairy tale "recipe." Students are able to take notes on the W's that make up fairy tales, fairy tale vocabulary and discuss whom fairy tales are more likely for--adults or students.
Students write a letter from the perspective of a character in the play Romeo and Juliet. The prompt, peer review checklist and rubric is included in the assignment. Some of the requirements include:
1) Writing from one character’s perspective,
Pre-and Post-Reading assignment for Romeo and Juliet. Students must complete an assignment that asks them to rank social issues from least to most offensive. They will complete this task once before reading and once after reading. When completed
Career personality mosaic allows students a shortened version of a personality test to see what field they would be most comfortable in. This exercises takes anywhere between 15-25 minutes and can easily be done for homework.