Scaffolded organizer for literary essay body paragraphs. Students go step by step to fill in the graphic organizer and then transfer the information to the setup paragraph. For best results they should then read the paragraph out loud and then
This chart gives students choices in dialogue tags. The tags are grouped generally around emotions to help student narrow their decision making when writing. It also helps students with less vocabulary choose a stronger word.
These are organizers to help students through the content of lesson 14, comparing characters across texts. Includes excerpts from text so students don't spend time hunting, prompt questions, paragraph writing break down and catchy images.
This is a differentiation strategy for students who need help developing short response paragraphs. It includes:
RAFT strategy with 1 piece of evidence
RAFT strategy with 2 pieces of evidence
1 example paragraph
4 practice paragraphs with quotes
This is rubric details 4 levels of performance based on the Common Core Standards. It can be reproduced to have the strands on the back, with the 6th grade bolded. The standards for 5th and 7th are shown for diverse learners.
Works for any type of
This is the first lesson for Connected Mathematics- 6th grade. This is not the strictest following of the Connected Math model, but intended as easy to use for people new to the curriculum.
These are basic lesson plans for lessons 2-4 in the first unit of Connected Math for 6th grade. These require you to have the curriculum material but are great for .. well having a formal lesson plan ready.
Includes basic implementation,
Many cause and effect activities can be used across this read aloud.
- Read aloud guide
- Figurative language work
- Cause and Effect Organizer
- Cause and Effect picture sort (SPEDE & ELLS)
- Cause and Effect drawing
This is a PowerPoint of organizers to supplement the new Ready Gen Common Core based curriculum for 5th grade. This covers lessons 12-14 in reading and writing. These can be printed and used in small group or as aids for students during whole class
This is a powerpoint for reading lessons 10-12 for Ready Gen curriculum. Designed to aid in differentiating in the classroom, it includes vocabulary, graphic organizers, and helpful hints to show students where in a text to look.
This includes 2 printable slides for lesson 1 of Module B (Rachael Carson text.)
Handouts help give extra info to struggling students and break down tasks for them. Both slides are shown in the preview.
This is a symbolism activity to supplement the Ready Gen 5th grade curriculum. This can be used at the end of Module A, using the texts Hatchet and Shells.
1. Visual web activity for students to free associate images from the text (with
This is a powerpoint of organizers to help teach the Ready Gen 5th grade curriculum for module B lesson 16. The slides show problems and solutions from different texts in the curriculum and illustrate that problems can have more than one solution.
This is the basic 'script' for writing a 5 paragraph essay. I use it for ELLs and students with disabilities to help them get the format of an essay, especially during tests. The essay is written to promote correct grammar and be easily memorized.
These are printable charts to use as a behavior plan in the classroom. There are two sets, one for most students who take a long time getting to their seats and being prepared and the other for students that are lower functioning or have more
This includes visual differentiated worksheets for lesson 9 with a text feature guide and model sheet. Links to websites with helpful games and animations included (not my property.) Also included are 2 scaffolded tiers of worksheets to
Many organizers to support the reading lessons for Ready Gen 17-18.
Includes scaffolded worksheets, venn diagrams and tables to support students understanding of these FINAL lessons for module B.. comparing and contrasting across three texts.
This is differentiated tools for lesson 15 in the Ready Gen curriculum. It includes 2 slides, a page to help students follow and understand the reading and a graphic organizer with images and labels added in.
This is a test based on the Go Math! Curriculum and the CCLS. It is only to measure students rote skills ability, not word problems. It can be used to assess where students are with previous skills prior to preparing for state tests.
It goes from