Engage your students with an engaging, creative final project for your Animal Farm unit. Students will create their own propaganda poster, speech, or video commercial with this assessment with specific requirements, and then draft an explanatory
Set clear and visible expectations for classroom behavior and procedures with these student language CHAMPS posters to display. C=Conversation H=Help A=Activity M=Movement P=Participation S=Success!
This CHAMPS Posters packet for a middle school
Easily and quickly notify parents about student detention with this fill in the blank printable form. Check which behavior(s) the student received the detention for and send home for a parent signature.
Make sure to include your personal
This Character Representations Chart guides student thinking as they read George Orwell's Animal Farm. The chart names 16 characters, ideas, and places from the book that are representative of historical people, ideas, and places from the Russian
Display these colorful mini-posters in your classroom to enhance your students' understanding of the character representations of George Orwell's classic allegory, Animal Farm. There are 16 characters, ideas, and places included in the book with the
Use this 5 Minute Macbeth Video Project as a creative group assessment at the end of your Macbeth unit. Students will work together in groups to write, act, direct, and film a 5 minute summarized version of one act from Macbeth.
A great document to keep track of parent communication! Print out multiple copies for a section in your teacher binder. Write down student name, date of contact, type of contact, and notes about the conversation.
Organize your lesson planning with this three subject weekly lesson at a glance printable document. Draft out your lesson plans for each week and quickly look at the big picture of your lessons for each week!
Great addition to a teacher lesson plan
Students will track their reading time outside of school for either choice book reading or assigned literature. A simple and effective way for students to demonstrate their commitment to reading. A parent signature is required for full credit which
Give your students an opportunity to evaluate their own writing piece. Includes a student friendly STAAR Writing rubric plus a space for reflection and explanation. Optional component of this rubric includes a second page with a peer scoring rubric
English Language Arts, Writing-Essays, Writing-Expository
The "Were You Absent?" poster instructs students how to find and take their absent work packets. In my classroom, I have a hanging file holder that has a green folder labeled for each class period. Students are responsible for finding their
Allow your students to demonstrate their growth and abilities as a writer with an end of the year writing portfolio. This cumulative project can be adapted, by the number of weeks and the number of writing pieces, to fit the needs of your
Use this detailed rubric in conjunction with the Writing Portfolio Project. This rubric provides specific and easy evaluation in four categories: Writer's Craft/Style, Format Components, Purpose Components, and Mechanics/Grammar. The student will
A half sheet form to attach to student work to inform the student of instructions to complete the make-up work for your class. Check off the boxes to tell the student the steps to complete the absent work, then state when the attached work is due.
No more sticky notes all over your desk! Organize and condense your to do list with this printable for your teacher binder! Includes boxes to check, lines to write down items, a box for upcoming events, and a box for all your brilliant ideas you