This active reading guide can be used in class or as a way to keep students accountable for their reading homework. It includes comprehension questions from each chapter and features a variety of question types, ranging from lower level to higher
This theme project is meant to be given after students have read or watched Macbeth. In groups, students must perform a close-reading of the text, looking for evidence of their assigned theme. Afterward, they must synthesize their evidence into an
-Table of Contents for students who have trouble with organization
-17 Pages of higher-level questions for all 24 chapters and the letters
- 4 Vocabulary Lists of words found in Frankenstein so students can learn words in context
This Unit Packet Includes:
-16 pages in total
-Editable active reading questions from all 9 chapters
-3 projects (Budget Plan, Symbolism Presentation, Menu Options [Newspaper, Billboard, Argument, Playlist)
-1 essay prompt with rubric/checklist
This complete unit includes a comprehensive reading guide covering all twenty-six chapters of the novel. It comes with four vocabulary lists featuring words from the novel. Two projects and a narrative essay prompt are also include in this
Peer editing sheet based on the 6-traits.
Editors score the writer based on the six traits in the first column.
Editors leave one piece of positive feedback in the second column.
Editors leave one piece of constructive feedback in the third column.
This viewing guide is meant to supplement of the viewing of the 2010 film version of Shakespeare's The Tempest. Students will have access to a brief synopsis, character blurbs and photos, as well as active viewing questions that are separated by