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Novels to Know: Middle School Novels to support Common Core

Barbara Mariconda's new middle grade novel!!!

{Secret Saturdays} is a great middle grade novel to teach this October. Alligns with the Common Core State Standard 8.RL.2 #antibullying

ELA teachers receive Common Core Teacher Checklists for grades 3-12, three bonus gifts, and monthly teaching tips for joining ELA Seminars. (free)

Tuck Everlasting Reading Novel Bundled Activities Common Core Aligned. Great for guided reading or an independent book study for higher readers! $

Facing soul-crushing stacks of essays to grade? Take a break after your next novel unit with this week-long writing contest lesson plan. The best part? NO GRADING FOR YOU! This cool, urban-pop designed lesson package will inspire your students to dig deep into the writing process and give them tons of feedback on their work. And, did I mention, NO grading for you? Check it out!

88 Depth and Complexity Task cards for any novel, picture book, anthology story, etc. Can be used in grades 4-10+!

  • Alacia Harris

    @Christine Rayl, I have a Depth and Complexity game I bought, laminated, and have ready - feel free to ask to look at it to see if you really want one for your class. My goal this year is to use it - I got it at the end and didn't have time to implement it.

101-page unit for middle school. Use this packet to study ANY novel. Students have required and choice activities. Includes Student Learning Contract, Evaluation Rubric, and much more!

Quit correcting semicolon mistakes by teaching it thoroughly the first time. This semicolon unit consists of three semicolon mini-lessons with practice, a pretest, posttest combination, suggestions for differentiation and extended practice. Grades 9-12. $

Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes by Coerr Novel Unit-- Multiple reading and writing activities including some non-fiction reading to determine if the novel is accurate. (4th, 5th grade)

Teaching students to "show" in their writing.

After years of teaching middle and high school I have come to the realization that all students cheat. Some cheat occasionally, some frequently, so...