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This investment gives you one month of lessons, worksheets and activities that are very clearly organized for you. This is a comprehensive unit designed for the study of newspapers in an English classroom. Students learn the parts of the
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This assignment requires students to work in small groups and compare their reading of Hamlet to the film version of Hamlet (Brannagh) and The Lion King - which is loosely based on the Hamlet story. Groups examine similarities and differences
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This is a set of 20 discussion questions to accompany the short story "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson.
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This bingo card has almost 50 journal prompts that student self-select each day. This is a perfect tool for a daily journal writing program. Each prompt takes about 10 minutes to answer in full paragraph form. Students enjoy the bingo card
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This condensed two page handout fully defines and explains each short story element in great detail, and provides students key questions to consider when they are analyzing these elements in a piece of literature. This is the only handout you will
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After reading/listening to Eminem's song "Lose Yourself", I have students complete this two part assignment: Part A) questions for analysis where they examine the structural parts of the song and the use of poetry devices and Part B) where they
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Grammar is often the bane of an English teacher's day - students may not be interested, and the lessons may not always be thrilling to teach over and over, year after year. This unit uses reciprocal teaching - students teaching students - to shift
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This handout VERY clearly explains how to write a thesis statement for a formal literary essay. It provides an explanation of the thesis statement's purpose, the rules for writing one, pitfalls to avoid and gives at least 10 examples of good and
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Simple one page handout that gives students the questions they should be asking themselves about the short stories they read to uncover each short story element in literature.
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To help students familiarize themselves with all the poetry and literary devices we study in English, I give them this four page assignment that has a section on each of the major devices taught. The tasks are varied, and they require students to
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This powerpoint presentation teaches students how LOTF can be studied as a social, moral, religious, or psychological allegory. Students take notes from the presentation.
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This overhead note teaches students the definition, history, and conventions of tragedy as well and the eight rules that all tragic heroes follow. I use this overhead at the beginning of the Macbeth unit, and at the end, I have students pair up and
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This handout gives students examples of shape and concrete poems. We discuss the examples together with a class, and then students are assigned their own shape or concrete poem.
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In groups of 4-5, students deconstruct and analyze one short story element from an assigned short story and present their analysis to the class. The purpose of this assignment is to a) assess their ability to analyze a piece of text, using and
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This test requires students to identify parts of speech in example sentences, as well as come up with their own examples for each part of speech.
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This scrapbook assignment requires students to show - creatively - what they know about the 1920's: new inventions, consumer products, slang and language, fashion, important people, sports, politics, and other creative choices.
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This 14 page document contains everything you'll need to assign an independent novel and final project for your students. The project works with any novel and is differentiated by process, content, ability, and interest. In this assignment,
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This one page organizer allows students to plan the order and content for a simple five paragraph essay - opinion, argument, persuasive, expository, etc. There are prompts for the topic sentence, supporting details, concluding thoughts, and
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Students work in pairs for this activity and take on the role of the doctor examining Lady Macbeth in Scene 1. They write up their medical notes (using the prompts provided) and come up with an assessment of her symptoms, make a diagnosis, and
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This is a handy tool for students who are required to compare two short stories for the purpose of writing a comparison piece or essay. This graphic organizer prompts them to think about all the commonalities/differences between the two stories and
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In my ten years as an educator, I have worked in various roles including classroom teacher, instructional coach, and teacher-consultant for program and curriculum leadership. I have been very fortunate to engage in a great deal of professional learning around effective classroom instruction, assessment and evaluation, student voice, and creating communities of learners in the classroom.

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-College Diploma in three year Advertising and Marketing Program (Georgian College) -B.A. Honours in English Literature and Communication Studies (University of Windsor) -B.ED (University of Windsor) -Specialist Qualifications in Librarianship

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