Using a portfolio for student art work is an excellent way to keep things organized! Have you ever thought about evaluating the portfolio as a whole instead of the individual pieces? If so - this resource is for you. At the end of each term,
Are you reading The Hunger Games in your classroom and looking for ways to integrate this fantastic series into your subjects? This assignment gives students the freedom to create their own movie projects that are based around the characters or
Looking for a way to organize your phys-ed program? Using the Teaching Games for Understanding model, this year long plan has it all laid out for you! Can be modified for different grade levels. This plan also integrates guidelines for Heath
4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, Staff
Thematic Unit Plans, Outlines, Professional Documents
This assignment has been a favourite of my students for years! Used during an expository writing unit (or newspaper article writing) students "cruise the news" to find a newspaper article of their choice to present a "mini-presentation" to the
What makes someone a humanitarian? A great question to ask your intermediate students as they mature and think more about the world around them.
Students are asked to conduct research and consider points of view to answer this driving question.
This assignment is for students once they've learned about the different examples of figurative language (metaphor, alliteration, personification, onomatopoeia, hyperbole, simile, etc.) to apply them to a creative writing project of their choice.
Ready to use for ANY writing task ALL YEAR LONG!
An update to the complicated rubric, this simple Met/Not Met criteria allows for speedier marking and specific feedback that can be tailored to each student.
Connects to the Four Categories of the
Teaching students about the complications of money management can often be trying. This document has been created for students to clearly examine where their money will be going once they join the work force. After students independently use online
Great assignment for back to school or to wrap up at the end of the year! Created for students and teachers during the "get to know you" phase, or as a great way to say goodbye! The assignment has guided questions for students to help keep them on
English Language Arts, Graphic Arts, Character Education
Excite students at the beginning of the school year by getting them to think about how they can make a difference in their school, the community, or the world around them. This is a great get-to-know-you for the intermediate learner, and sets a
Perfect for graduating classes as they kick-off their farewell year. Excite students at the beginning of the school year by getting them to think about how they can make an impact and leave a legacy in their school, the community, or the world
This assignment is for students once they've learned about the different examples of figurative language (metaphor, alliteration, personification, onomatopoeia, hyperbole, simile, etc.) to apply them to a Slam Poetry oral presentation. The topic
English Language Arts
6th, 7th, 8th
PowerPoint Presentations, Projects, Literacy Center Ideas