Analyze the intro of both "The Lottery" and "The Hunger Games" with students. Students will read the very different introductions to both stories and look for literary techniques, such as diction, imagery, details, syntax, etc.
This is a way students can re-do/make-up tests using a form that requires them to think about the correct answer and give reason for why they got the answer wrong. At the end, students reflect on what they can do better next time around.
Vocabulary quiz to use during your Shakespeare unit. Words of the like included: drama, tragedy, prologue, sonnet. 20 questions altogether. First part is matching and bottom section is fill in the blank.
Vocabulary quiz to use during your Shakespeare unit. Words of the like included: soliloquy, foil, dynamic/static character, comic relief, etc. 20 questions altogether. First part is matching and bottom section is fill in the blank.
In this assignment, students will write a newspaper article discussing Juliet's death. They have several requirements such as who found her dead, how her death has affected the town, and the events occurring prior to her death.
Students can choose
Use this vocabulary chart for students to get familiar with words you are using for your current unit. This requires them to find the part of speech, put the definition into their own words, use the word in a sentence, and draw a picture/image that