This crossword puzzle aligns with vocabulary found in Andrea Davis Pinkney's novel, The Red Pencil. The answer key is included with the puzzle; these particular words can be found within the novel's glossary. You can use the puzzle on its own or as
This outline is a great place for students to write the first draft of a five paragraph opinion essay. Each sentence has a specific place and label, so that all of the key elements of opinion writing are included! This has been a really successful
This is a final test for staves (sections) of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Included are multiple choice, written response, and timeline creation questions about the story and Dickens' life.
*This assessment was created through use of the
You can use these instructions and rubric to have your students create poster projects on whatever books they are reading individually! It's a fun project, and your students will have a blast showing off what they are reading!
*Actual document has a
This zip file contains a choice board final project for students to complete after reading Suzanne Collins' novel, The Hunger Games. There are 12 project choices of varying point values and rubrics/outlines that correspond with every choice. All
Using this handout, you can help your students brainstorm and develop topics for their opinion essays! After the topics are chosen, they can develop their three main support points for the body paragraphs in their opinion essays. *can be used
The graphic organizer can be used to organize an expository essay on a person of note or historical significance. It contains three sections:
*Who Am I?
*What Made Me Famous/Infamous?
*What Impact Did I Make on the World?
It also includes
This graphic organizer is a fun way for students to really understand new vocabulary words from any list or text! On the chart, students fill in the definition, explain the meaning in their own words, use it in a sentence, and draw a picture that
This zip file contains editable Word document graphic organizers that your students can use as they read through the novel Holes by Louis Sachar!
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