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FREE Assigning a literary one-pager project is the perfect way to wrap up a novel study in the middle school ELA or high school English class. Middle School Ela, Middle School Health, Middle School Classroom, Middle School English, Middle School Novels, High School Reading, Classroom Rules, Classroom Ideas, Ela High School

Assigning a One-Pager as a Culminating Project

Assigning a literary one-pager project is the perfect way to wrap up a novel study in the middle school ELA or high school English class. #secondaryELA #onepager #highschoolEnglish #novelstudy

FREE Assigning a literary one-pager project is the perfect way to wrap up a novel study in the middle school ELA or high school English class. Middle School Ela, Middle School Health, Middle School Classroom, Middle School English, Middle School Novels, High School Reading, Classroom Rules, Classroom Ideas, Ela High School

Assigning a One-Pager as a Culminating Project

Assigning a literary one-pager project is the perfect way to wrap up a novel study in the middle school ELA or high school English class. #secondaryELA #onepager #highschoolEnglish #novelstudy

Plot Structure Diagram for ANY Novel: Grades EDITABLE Extended plot structure activity for middle and high school English Middle School Ela, Middle School Classroom, Middle School English, English Classroom, English Teachers, 9th Grade English, Middle School Literature, Teaching English, Teaching Plot

Extended Plot Structure Diagram for ANY Novel: Grades 7-12 EDITABLE + DIGITAL

Extended plot structure activity for middle and high school English | Reading literature | Writing | Grades 5-12 | Fifth Grade | Sixth Grade | Middle School ELA | Activities for reading

Looking for new poetry for your middle school and high school students? These 30 poems, recommended and tested by secondary ELA teachers in their own classrooms, are sure to engage and inspire your students during National Poetry Month or any time of year Middle School Reading, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School English, Poems For Middle School, Middle School Literature, 7th Grade Ela, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade, Second Grade

The Literary Maven: A Poem A Day: 30 Poems for Secondary Students During National Poetry Month (or Any Other Time of Year)

Looking for new poetry for your middle school and high school students? These 30 poems, recommended and tested by secondary ELA teachers in their own classrooms, are sure to engage and inspire your students during National Poetry Month or any time of year

Teach Your Child to Read - Lord of the Flies Introduction activity for chapter A hands-on way to introduce the novel Lord of the Flies. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. High School Literature, British Literature, Teaching Literature, Teaching Reading, High School Reading, Ap Literature, Middle School Ela, Middle School English, Education English

Lord of the Flies Introduction Activity: Hands-on Survival and Rescue

Lord of the Flies Introduction activity for chapter 1! A hands-on way to introduce the novel Lord of the Flies.

Teach Your Child to Read - Looking for some spooky texts to read with your students this month? Check out these Halloween suggestions from CommonLits collection! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. 8th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Sixth Grade, Teaching Literature, Teaching Reading, Learning, Teaching Ideas

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View the CommonLit collection and filter by grade level, theme, genre, literacy device and common core standard.

Writing Summaries Year after year my students struggled with summaries, and then I started using this method for teaching summary writing. I will never again teach this skill without this summary anchor chart. Summary Writing, Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Essay Writing, Writing Curriculum, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Teaching Ideas

Writing Summaries

Hi there! I'm popping in today to share with you our method for writing summaries. Just like our topic sentence formats, these ideas came ...

Exit Ticket Journal for ANY Subject: 275 Exit Ticket Prompts for Grades – Education Middle School Ela, Middle School Classroom, Middle School English, English Classroom, English Teachers, Teaching Tools, Teacher Resources, Classroom Resources, Teaching Ideas

Exit Ticket Journal for ANY Subject: 275 Exit Ticket Prompts for Grades 5-12

Exit Tickets | Exit Ticket Journal | Student Reflection | 275 Exit Tickets for the ENTIRE School Year | Engaging, unique prompts to assess student comprehension | ANY subject area grades 5-12 | Upper elementary, middle school, and high school

NY Times Learning Network Teaching "The Lord of the Flies" High School Literature, British Literature, Teaching Literature, English Literature, Teaching Reading, Gcse English, Teaching Resources, Hermann Hesse, Education English

Lots of great lesson ideas and related non-fiction articles and tie-ins for teaching Lord of the Flies!

Analyzing Literature with Graphic Essays – Students share their interpretations and analysis of transcendentalist themes in excerpts of Walden by Henry David Thoreau. Teaching Literature, Teaching Writing, Essay Writing, Teaching Ideas, Education English, Teaching English, Art Education, 8th Grade Ela, Sixth Grade

Analyzing Literature with Graphic Essays

Analyzing Literature with Graphic Essays – Students share their interpretations and analysis of transcendentalist themes in excerpts of Walden by Henry David Thoreau. | Living in the Layers

Very Short Stories for High School & Middle School. Well-known, popular short short stories. Perfect for high school or middle school students, or anyone who loves reading. Short Stories For Students, Popular Short Stories, Short Stories To Read, English Short Stories, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Teaching Literature, Teaching Reading

Very Short Stories for Middle and High School Students to Read Online

Here are some free short stories to read online. These very short stories are perfect for high school or middle school students, or anyone who loves reading. There are examples of many types of stories for English readers.

This is the perfect nonfiction podcast! The subject of the unsolved 1912 ax murders of an entire family and their guests keeps students engaged, and it aligns with CCSS since students evaluate purpose, bias, and validity of evidence. Great for Halloween o Ela Classroom, High School Classroom, English Classroom, High School Students, Classroom Themes, High School Curriculum, Future Classroom, High School Teachers, College Students

Scary Podcasts for High School Students – Engaging and Effective Teaching

This is the perfect nonfiction podcast! The subject of the unsolved 1912 ax murders of an entire family and their guests keeps students engaged, and it aligns with CCSS since students evaluate purpose, bias, and validity of evidence. Great for Halloween or any time you want to change things up.

Teaching and assessing rhetorical analysis is fun with this rhetorical analysis PAPA square that incorporates analysis skills and creativity! This is ideal for the middle school or high school English language arts classroom. Middle School Reading, Middle School Classroom, Middle School English, English Classroom, Art Classroom, Classroom Language, Ela High School, Middle School Crafts, 9th Grade English

Rhetorical Analysis with a PAPA Square

Teaching and assessing rhetorical analysis is fun with this rhetorical analysis PAPA square that incorporates analysis skills and creativity! This is ideal for the middle school or high school English language arts classroom. #middleschool #english #highschool

 Just the thought of reading and retelling it makes some kids’ brains feel like they’ve turned to mush! But MUSH may just save them with this fun Nonfiction Retelling Chart! A couple of years ago, I created a SCOOP fiction retelling chart for s Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Fluency, Reading Intervention, Reading Skills, Reading Response, Reading Resources, 4th Grade Reading, Kindergarten Reading, Teaching Reading

FREE Nonfiction Retelling Chart with MUSH - This Reading Mama

Nonfiction. Just the thought of reading and retelling it makes some kids’ brains feel like they’ve turned to mush! But MUSH may just save them with this fun Nonfiction Retelling Chart! A couple of years ago, I created a SCOOP fiction retelling chart for stories. It’s been such a popular one for readers. I’ve had ... Read More about FREE Nonfiction Retelling Chart with MUSH