I used this as an essay helper for my high schoolers. They filled in how the examples of satire represented England, then incorporated that information into the body of an analytical essay. It could also be used independently.
5 reflective prompts students may respond to after reading the novel. These include reflecting on Christopher's perspective, such as drawing a diagram of your day or reflecting on how to deal with overwhelming situations.
Explains the different genres of popular stories, including:
It also includes examples of each. I used this in my Speech class to begin a storytelling unit.
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Other (ELA)
An activity that was wildly successful with my seniors while reading Macbeth. They began by re-interpreting a scene into modernized language (I allowed slang), then acting it out. This includes:
Outline of tasks for interpreting a scene for
This is a final project students complete to analyze symbolism and coming of age in The House on Mango Street. In this I have them present the project as a booklet, but that can be easily modified. This can also become a partner project.
Are you tired of your students messing up their MLA format headings? Despite using it all year, they still can't seem to get the order and format correct? Stress no more! I made up this rhyme to help students remember how to format their papers