This is an Excel 97 document that I created for use with "At-Risk" students in a high school setting. Basically, I created a sheet were I can input students' information and have it automatically calculate how many credits a student had compared to
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This .zip includes questions for after viewing the film Waiting For Superman. There are also two articles, though one may not be super appropriate for class. All are in Word formats, so you can feel free to edit, or sensor these.
This .zip includes an open office format presentation that contains questions for students while watching and after watching the film Blade Runner. The final slides include big idea questions that students can use for Socratic seminars.
This compressed file includes one handout for each chapter of The Hobbit as well as a written final. I've also included a large resolution map as well. I found that my students enjoyed the help visualizing Bilbo's journey, so I included the map for
A short interest survey for you to give students as a getting-to-know-you activity. It has some easy questions that everyone can answer. There is also ample room for students to respond in complete sentences!
This is a PowerPoint file that covers teaching The Chinese film Hero. It includes notes and has a special tilt toward cinematography. It includes comprehension questions about the film, discussions about how the cinematography helps create meaning