This assessment for Mood and Tone is designed to be given to students after using my Mood and Tone power point lesson and independent practice. The quiz consists of 5 multiple choice questions, each based on a separate reading passage. Students are
This is an Independent Practice exercise that can be used as homework or classwork. It is designed to reinforce the concepts and skills taught in my mood and tone power point lesson. The twp page document consists of 5 multiple choice questions
This mood and tone activity is designed to be used as an extension activity after students complete my mood and tone lesson, but it would also work great as an activity to leave for a sub or as an extra credit assignment. Students are instructed to
Use this student notes sheet with my Mood and Tone Lesson power point. The notes sheet is two pages and includes fill-in-the-blanks, a graphic organizer chart and multiple choice questions, all of which go along with the power point presentation.
This two-page document includes 6 universal themes found in the novel Across Five Aprils. After reading one or several chapters, students find examples of how each theme is displayed in the novel and record their findings in the graphic organizer.
This two-page document guides students through the steps of creating an advertisement for the poem Casey at the Bat. This project aligns with 8th grade California State Standards Reading 3.2 (plot) and English Language Conventions 1.1 (personal
This is a week-long unit designed to kick off the school year. Students will complete three assignments that require them to do self-reflection and think about their personal goals. These assignments will give the teacher a great insight into who
Improve your students' writing as well as their test scores! This 14-slide power point presentation is aligned with 8th grade California State Standard English Language Conventions 1.1 (use varied sentence types to create a lively and effective
A 17-slide power point presentation introducing students to mood and tone. This lesson aligns with the 8th grade California State Standard Reading 3.4. The power point uses Explicit Direct Instruction methods. Check for Understanding questions are
This short story accompanies my mood and tone power point lesson and homework. Students use the story to answer CST-style questions that align with the 8th grade California State Standard Reading 3.4. It is a three page document.