This outline is for a 5 paragraph essay that allows students to see what each sentence should function as and how their essay should be organized. The outline allows space for students to write on the outline.
This creative writing assignment allows students to highlight different aspects of the short story "When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine" in a creative writing forum as a homework assignment. This activity allows students to be truly creative in their
A great Unit Plan for the novel Sula by Toni Morrison complete with lessons, activities, a creative assessments, and writing prompts all set up on a day to day plan. Rubrics are included for the different creative assessments.
This quick activity puts Mr. Kurtz on trial that emphasizes writing both analytically and creatively, as the students must take on the voice of either Marlow or the Belgian Company. Great for an in-class activity, a homework assignment, or built out
This PPT explains everything students need to know about giving a great presentation from how to format slides and body language to group transitions and presentation skills. It is thorough yet easy to follow and even gives examples throughout.
Teaching Beowulf? Want to make it fun? This assignment sheet allows students to use Twitter as their way to creatively show their comprehension of the characters and the text. This assignment can be built out to include many other characters and
This Reading Guide is perfect for students starting out the novel Heart of Darkness. It offers pointed questions and a reading log with reoccurring themes, motifs, imagery, etc. to help keep them on track with this challenging text.
This Alternative Text Assignment is a great way for students to apply the themes they learned on any given text to expanding their reading lexicon. By having students explore texts with a diverse author, this project helps them to reach beyond the
This exercise uses the Grimm's Fairy Tale "Cinderella" to have students write a creative monologue from the perspective of a villain from the story. This allows students to create empathy for this character in a creative setting while still