Finished with The Crucible and still have kids that are lost? Need a summarizing activity that catches their interest? Need a way to assess some of your standards without giving a test?
This project allows you to do all of this. Students will be
This document compares and contrasts the individual journeys that were taken to come to America. Perfect when discussing 18th century themes and changing ideals from the Pilgrims to the Colonial period.
This allows students to conduct research on major 20th century movements and how they affected literature. Students will be researching a specified movement and answering 8 objective questions while still being given the freedom to present their
This activity can be used as a review for the parts of speech. I used this with my kids when reviewing vocabulary in The Crucible. I took a lot out and left it as a general activity for reviewing parts of speech. It's suitable for younger grades and
This activity is called Summarizing Scenes. Students can use this to summarize and modernize a text that they may have had difficulties with. It also allows you to assess their understanding of that text.
Works best in groups and the worksheet
This assignment is a fun way for students to become exposed to different sides of an argument and how to craft one. Students will be able to browse a database of articles and find something that interests them. After summarizing they will be