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Lesson Plans for "Flowers for Algernon" by Daniel Keyes

Teaching Flowers for Algernon using enriching activities and lesson plans in the grade reading curriculum. The short story version, "Flowers for Algernon" by daniel keyes activities and also activities for the novel by the author.

As my 8th graders studied Flowers for Algernon and looked at how Charlie is a dynamic character, I had them tweet from Charlie's point of view after significant progress reports. Students enjoyed reading each other's tweets every few days and enjoyed creating #'s that were specific to the story.

As my graders studied Flowers for Algernon and looked at how Charlie is a…

Flowers for Algernon unit/lesson/activities

Short Story Synopsis: Charlie Gordon, who is mentally impaired, undergoes experimental surgery to raise his intelligence. The experimental procedure has been tried on a mouse, Algernon.

Flowers for Algernon Symbol Analysis

Flowers for Algernon Symbol Analysis - Critical Thinking/problem Solving Skills, Collaboration Skills

Flowers for Algernon Unit - Multiple Intelligence Test! So cool.  Really Great Resource!

Multiple Intelligences Test

Outta Ray's Head English Lesson Plans. Great site for middle and high school free lessons.

Ideas and Lesson Plans. Holy mother load of lesson plans. I already found some I want to adapt! Great site for middle and high school free lessons.

Flowers for Algernon High/Low Vocabulary Activity. Fun and engaging activity for your kids!  TPT

This is a PowerPoint presentation that helps to teach 15 vocabulary words for the short story version of Flowers for Algernon. The activity keeps s.

A Free Database of New York Times Articles from 1851-1922 - Freely Educate

Times Machine is a database of New York Times articles that allows students to access exact digital copies of the famous newspaper dating back to 1851 with articles about everything from the sinking of the Titanic to death of President Lincoln.

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Check out Daily Grammar, a free grammar curriculum for upper elementary and middle school. Daily Grammar consists of 440 short lessons and 88 quizzes. The lessons cover the eight parts of speech, the parts of a sentence, and the mechanics of grammar.