Sonnets – Iambic Pentameter – Shakespeare’s Poetry Like You’ve Never Seen Before
Shakespeare's sonnet structure like you've never seen before. Dazzle and inspire your students with this dynamic presentation. From a simple iambic pentameter line ("Trapeze, fall down, go boom, get up, again.") to a discussion of two of Shakespeare's most famous sonnets, there's plenty to amuse and challenge your class here. Full, 50-minute lesson materials included.
FREE Huge list of words to help students make better word choices in their writing! Handout includes:
$7.00. This supply and demand unit is very comprehensive, and includes SEVERAL cartoons, video clips, activities, PowerPoints, handouts, and tests.
Looking for a fun and engaging way to start the school year with a new class? With 3 activities based on getting to know students, helping them to reflect on last year and interact with each other, this product will help you break the ice and start the year well!
$5 This bundle is intended to help students learn the states, capitals and abbreviations and to help spark student interest United States Social Studies. This resource includes: 1. State Study Cards 2. State Study Sheets 3. States and Capitals I Have, Who has? Game 4. States and Abbreviations I Have, Who has? Game 5. States, Capitals and Abbreviations Create Your Own Bingo Game.
Print off this blank "Pinterest" board and have your students fill it in with images and quotes from book characters, famous authors, historical figures, scientists and more!
Five Themes of Geography: Interactive Notebook Unit and Notebook Flippables Notes, flippables, activities and Power Points included!!!!
FREE. In this activity, students are given information about plants that are grown with and without the assistance of mycorrhizae. Quantitative data is given. Students graph the data and answer 8 data analysis questions.
San Valentin Make a Pair Game - Bilingual Craftivity ! Your students will enjoy Valentine´s Day with this bilingual craftivity!
$3.00. In this simulated activity, the teacher takes on the role of employer/interviewer, and the student takes on the role of interviewee. Students are interviewed during class, and one lucky one receives the fictitious job! My former students have periodically approached me to inform me about how much they used from this activity in order to secure their coveted jobs.
FREE. Scientific Method: Can You Write a Clear Lab Procedure? In this simple activity, the student will build a unique and unusual structure. The student will then write instructions for how to build the structure. Students will swap sets of instructions and attempt to build the structures of other students using the instructions written by the other student.