This is a web activity designed to help students learn about the Holocaust. Students will visit some websites and discover some information about the Holocaust and Anne Frank. Students will then pick a topic to research further and make a short
This is a Power Point Presentation designed to review or teach students the basic Literary Story Elements. I have used this presentation for 6th, 7th and 8th graders. It is a great way to reintroduce story elements at the start of the school year
Students will be given an assignment, and will have to write about how they feel about their selected "assignment". All the assignments are from The Giver. The attached can be printed on labels to create your own classroom ceremony.
This activity is designed for students to learn what a Trailblazer is, through reading a short nonfiction passage. Students then use a graphic organizer to create their own plan on how they will blaze a trail!
There are 20 cards with examples of figurative language. Students can work with a partner or individually to identify different types of figurative language. The set also includes and answer document and key.
This is a project designed for middle level students to create a time line on the civil rights movement. Students will focus on the historic events that paved the way of the signing of the Civil Rights Act. A rubric is also attached for scoring,