The Golden Line is a close reading strategy that allows students in interact and connect with the text. Students select a "golden line" from their reading, provide a summary of the story/book when the golden line was shared, and make a connection
If you are using Notice and Note Close Reading Strategies in your classroom, this might be a tool that comes in handy. This PowerPoint provides all of the strategies, along with the mentor texts, used in the book written by Beers and Probst.
Writing a character analysis just got more exciting! Try a character analysis by creating baseball cards about characters in class novel or choice book.
This packet was created using the book "Walk Two Moons" and "Stormbreaker", but can easily be
This is a summative assessment where students select a choice book to demonstrate their knowledge of Notice and Note Signposts. Students will identify all of the signposts in their choice book and answer the driving question. The culminating
Students will create a one slide presentation of a specific literary term. I have students watch an episode of "Saved by the Bell" and apply the literary terms to the show. Then, students create a one-slide presentation where the teach the concept
Teaching sensitivity, compassion, and kindness is the cornerstone of education. Would you like to teach these things while also writing an informative paper?
Included in this lesson is an informative writing project about awareness topics.