This resource gives you 4 tiered activities and guided notes, to teach identifying dialogue and analyzing its purpose. Students make inferences about the examples of dialogue that they collect from their story or novel. You may progress each
Tier 1, 2, 3 Activities for application of analyzing conflicts in literature.
Provides an opportunity to explain the development and outcome of the conflict, as well as delving deeper into other types of conflict that are less common.
Mini Packet/Notebook or vocabulary resource of key literary terms in fiction. A great resource to review skills before testing, or for mid year or end of year testing. Students can complete independently or as a warm up each day, or as you complete
A great resource for word warm ups or daily word work. Can also be used for independent root studies. Roots are chosen from a list of grade level appropriate roots for middle school vocabulary development.
Everything vocabulary! Made for use with the common core.
Tiered activities to be used with any book or word list.
Printable and ready to go for all your vocabulary instruction.
Each vocabulary standard is addressed and can be use to differentiate
A fun way to work with words. Find better word choices for tired words, as you investigate synonyms and antonyms that are more intense in feeling, and more complex in difficulty. Students become master wordsmiths.