Get your class to delve deeper into the characters of The Count of Monte Cristo. This is a no-prep activity that allows your students to create the case Edmond should have had! This includes a detailed teacher handout with directions, student
This is a great way to give students a quick preview into The Count of Monte Cristo. You will provide them with the foundation and the students will create a summary based off their groups video. Students will work together to present to their peers.
This includes:-Five day graphic organizer with discussion questions-Five days of lesson plans with bell ringers, essential questions, and discussion questions. These are also attached to Drama standards!!I used this with my Fundamentals of Theatre
This activity would be best used early in the readings of The Count of Monte Cristo. This asks students to identify which one of the seven deadly sins the student thinks that character can be classified as. Then, explain through the use of textual
This is a creative way to get your students to respond to questions using textual evidence! The students can choose from three prompts. The prompts cover chapters 38 - 44.There is a FREE PPT that accompanies this product.
This goes with the Activity Sheet. This gives students an activator, direct instruction, guided institution, independent practice, and sums up the student learning by allowing time for student presentations!
This Romantic Poetry Unit comes with everything!Six days of lesson plans containing:-Introduction Google Slides with guided notes, an activity, and ticket out the door-QR codes to differentiate reading days-Guided Poem Questions that get the
This is a great game to assist your students in learning vocabulary. In this game, students will match the term to it's definition and example. I used this as a review with my students before their quiz and they LOVED it. What is included:-PPT with