This zombie-centered mini-lesson is intended for use as a review; I would not use this to introduce the concept of subjects and predicates for the first time, as the explanations are not in depth. I use this as a review for my ACT students, most of
This graphic organizer guides students to focus on the evidence presented by each witness in Tom Robinson's trial. A short reflection on the justice or injustice of the trial is also included. This is a great way to help students organize the
Fundamentalists, Terrorists, and Fanatics: Re-Imaging the Middle East through the Graphic Novel
This is a complete unit on the graphic novel Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi.
IMPORTANT: While I have uploaded this as an MS Word document, it actually
This versatile document supports teachers in implementing Socratic seminar and classroom discussion. Students write questions about the topic to bring up in discussion, then record their answers to other questions and ways they built the
This is a test goal planner for students to use right before they begin preparing for the ACT. I use it when I teach ACT classes after school at the start of the course, but you could have students complete it when the semester starts or at the
This is a collection of unit resources I created to support my ninth graders in reading Great Expectations. This is not the full unit, but it does contain many chapters, which I used to abridge the story for the students (there's an explanation of
For this RAFT, students are asked to take on the role of a doctor evaluating Walter Mitty's mental state. Students practice analyzing character using a TAD poll (thoughts, action, dialogue). They research potential diagnoses for Walter Mitty, and
Simplify your management while teaching students to make responsible choices!
Students receive three passes at the start of each quarter and may choose to use them for homework, bathroom, or water. This resource includes classroom implementation