This winter holiday breakout edu game is designed for high schoolers. The locks I used included: 5 letter lock, directional lock, 4 number lock, black box with a 3-digit code, and a traditional key lock. You will also need a blacklight and
Use this checklist to help your students with essay peer revision. The checklists asks students to identify strengths and areas for improvement. Change as needed based on skills. Made in Word. Made for English Language Arts.
This document contains 2 different reading quizzes for Looking for Alaska. In total, the document is 8 pages. The novel is split up into 4 sections, with 2 different versions of a quiz for each section. The first quiz option is open-ended questions.
This is a pre-reading activity for Macbeth. This activity includes a "police report" that groups will fill out together, and evidence (description of the crime scene, description of the characters, pictures from the crime scene). This activity
Use this mini-rubric to give your students a grade for daily drafting. This is good for the writing workshop model. Made in Word. Multiple mini-rubrics on one page to print and cut. Give your students quick and easy feedback.
Use this checklist during class discussions to help students give one another feedback. Students mark a check when they see their partner demonstrating different skills. This is a Word Document. Editable.
This is an 8-question survey that asks students to define what kinds of texts they like to read. I use this at the beginning of the year to learn about students' reading preferences and to help them select independent reading books throughout the
This is a group activity for before reading Lord of the Flies. Groups will be presented with a survival scenario, and will have to make decisions about how to survive as a team. They are asked to determine things like: leadership, priorities, how to
Use this spreadsheet to keep track of how your students participate in a discussion. This was made in Word. This tally sheet focuses on supporting claims with evidence, appropriate discussion behavior, building off ideas, and asking questions.