This handout includes the full Prologue from "Romeo and Juliet" on one side. On the other side, each line is broken down with a guided question for a close reading. This provides scaffolding to help struggling students through analyzing the prologue.
This activity is sure to build joy in your classroom! I begin class with a competition on who can finish the word search on page one the fastest. Then, I assign each student a word from the word bank with which they complete a Frayer model on page
This handout will guide students through reading "The Great Gatsby" in approximately six-weeks, with a reading and #summary (a Twitter- or Instagram-formatted quick summary) due every 5 days or so. You may fill the dates in to fit your needs.
A creative way for students to characterize Romeo Montague! After reading the first act of "Romeo and Juliet", I have my students work through this handout to create a playlist that best reflects Romeo's rollercoaster of emotions so far. First,
This simple reading log is extremely versatile, but helps to keep students on track while reading "Romeo and Juliet". The handout prompts students to choose three quotes that they deem most important in the specified scene. Then, students must
Students use this handout to characterize Tybalt after reading Act I, Scene 5 of "Romeo and Juliet." On one side, students get creative to fill the body outline with various descriptions of Tybalt. On the other side, they get creative and answer the