Let your students explore the wonder and mystery of folklore in a different way. Students will learn about the genre of folklore and important terms, as well as read and analyze folklore from around the world.
with the help of 9 different resources like articles, videos, and poetry, students will delve into post WWI life and the characteristics of the Lost generation. 40 questions in all. Great way to have students study alone for a class period, or you
an anticipation guide that forces students to answer tough questions about fate vs. freewill and the role both play in their lives. Good to do before a work that focuses on these themes, like the Oedipus plays, for example.
a webquest that allows students to independently learn about this poem. There are several resources in the well curated web quest. First a mini bio of the author, then a reading and explanation of the poem, a critical analysis, an articles that
This lesson teaches students prefixes, suffixes, and roots, and the skill of breaking down words into smaller pieces, first using pokemon names and then real life words. This is a 2 to 3 day lesson plan and includes a fun powerpoint with notes,