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Print this out and copy so it is double-sided, then fold the pages over and staple the center to create a binding (or use hole punch and string together). The upper part leaves a space for students to draw a picture representing a scene. The lower
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Here the story Two Bad Ants is used to show students how point of view is used in a story. Additionally, students must identify the point of view and practice changing parts of the story to another point of view.
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I used these assignments when running a weekly Readers Workshop around the book Gone by Michael Grant. On Monday, students were put in small groups and each group was given a different assignment. During reading that week, each group followed the
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This board used the Common Core literature anchor standards as a basis for student choice when reading. Students can choose any of the options and each option is differentiated for easy, medium, or hard ways of meeting the standard. On this board,
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This plot map provides a visual guide for 6th graders to fill in to understand plot structure/elements, how a story unfolds, and how characters change in response to conflict, which is the 6th grade standard for literature.
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This quick-reference packet for the parts of speech is perfect for any grade level to help introduce or review parts of speech. My students keep it in an English folder so they can refer to it anytime they forget!
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This board used the Common Core literature standards as a basis for student choice when reading. Students can choose any of the options and each option is differentiated for easy, medium, or hard ways of meeting the standard. On this board, the
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When I teach this book, I start every class with a journal prompt. This presentation is a collection of my most commonly used prompts. There are 28 of them. Great for discussion as well as writing. So many fantastic conversations have come out of
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This is a Word Document Plot Map that students with technology can fill in electronically OR you can just print it and let them fill it in by hand. If students can do it electronically, they can change their minds about what is important to include
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This checklist will help students ensure they are including all of the elements of a personal narrative when writing. This is helpful for state assessments and well as everyday classroom writing.
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This graphic organizer can be used to track plot events and use those events to then recognize themes that develop during the reading a story or novel. It is also helpful for showing students how to differentiate between topics and themes.
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This organizer has page number, question number, what I think, and what my partner thought sections. It is often time consuming to write out the questions you want to use for the activity in advance on the sheet (plus they take up a lot of room on
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I use these templates in my classroom throughout the year so that students can learn how to write in an organized, thoughtful, and analytical way about literature. The templates are based completely on Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6 of the Common Core
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This rubric can be used for group work specific to reading analysis. It has 4 components: preparation/notes. group dynamic, written work, and presentation. I use this when, first, my students have taken notes during reading using a graphic
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This massive 426-slide slideshow can be used to review all of North and South America. Can be played as a game or used for presentation. Answers are provided in the slideshow. Topics covered: Identify the capital when given the state. Identify the
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Have 7th grade students that struggle with how to organize their essay writing? Have students that don't know how to get started or how to finish? These templates are common-core based and give students sentence frames for how to write about
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Looking to improve your students' abilities to actively read about and analyze content? Use these Common Core-based assignments for active reading, then follow-up those assignments with a paragraph writing activity to practice proper organization of
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I have taken everything I use throughout the year (that is my creation) and put it into one zip-file. This includes: *Standards-Based During- and After-Reading Assignment Descriptions with Note-Taking and Writing Templates for Literature Standards
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This graphic organizer helps students keep track of clues as they read a mystery. At the end, they can come to a conclusion and predict who the criminal is.
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This slideshow shares the many ways that teens and others have died while trying to take selfies. I have used this a journal-writing prompt and also for prompting a debate. I know it's a little morbid, but it's a good lesson!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught remedial reading for 9 years, but I have also been a Literacy Coach and Professional Development Leader. I currently teach 7th grade English.

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High engagement and active learning. Inquiry is key!

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B.A. Communications B.A. Elementary Education M.A. Literacy Education Certified Assistant Principal/Principal

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