This document is a tool for research and to track reading. Students are asked, pre-reading, to research the main ideas of the philosophies that that found in Gardner's Grendel. After researching the main ideas of the philosophies, they can use the
The chart provides six (6) different options for Othello's tragic flaw. Students are to provide direct and indirect evidence to support or challenge each option.
The document closes with a Level Up option for students to compare / contrast Othello,
This activity is like a jigsaw--but in reader's theater. Each group is given a myth that they will read, craft a reader's theater script, perform for their classmates, and as audience members, classmates are to take notes about the myth.
This document is an assignment that I adapt for different films. The basis paragraph-by-paragraph structure is explained. There are a few details on this specific document that relate to the psychology unit they were also studying in another class,
This chart focuses on tracking elements of style in a text (chapter, speech, paragraph). I've sued this same chart for short pieces and longer chapters. I rarely have students track more than a few traits in one text, but I have used this chart over
This is a collaborative project that also incorporates research or their prior knowledge of psychology. I've done this project as a group presentation; however, I've also had students write an analytical essay.
The document attached is the
This document includes nine different comprehension check activities than can serve as formative assessments, creative mini-products. These can be uses as single assignments or can be used as a larger project that requires 3+ of the options. It's an
I've used this project as a final assessment, an introduction to a unit; this really can be adapted to however you need!
Process: the students randomly select or receive a letter from the alphabet. They are to choose a word that starts with that