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Blackalicious Offers A Dizzying Definition Of Alliteration

Blackalicious Offers A Dizzing Definition Of Alliteration

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Remarkable, memorable, and classic literature that every middle school student should read. Pick a novel, grab a group of students, and start a literature circle using these resources.

A host of resources can be found in this learning that will walk you through the steps of a unit on the novel Lord of the Flies by William Golding. Vocabulary, literary elements, essay questions, video clips, and more!

This board contains vocabulary, character analysis, video clips, literary elements, and essay topics for the novel To Kill A Mockingbird. This novel is typically taught to upper high school and entry level college students.

A resource for understanding Homer's "The Odyssey." Vocabulary, literary elements, and essay topics are resourced on this board. The Odyssey is typically taught to upper level high school students or entry level college students.

A novel for older high school students. I Hunt Killers is a dark, twisted excursion into the psychology of a boy, scarred and irrevocably changed by his father’s legacy. Use this board as a collection of resources to introduce and teach it.

Taught to students grade 7-12, this novel discusses the themes of suicide, cancer, PTSD, courage, honesty, and relationships. Use this board to collect resources for vocabulary, literary elements, and essay topics before teaching.

Novel Study: Eli the Good by Salis House | Learnist

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figurative language anchor chart

A novel often associated with higher level high school, November Blues is the sequel to The Battle of Jericho. Use this board to plan vocabulary, literary elements, and character development as you study this unit.

A classic that has resurfaced recently with the release of a motion picture, The Great Gatsby is a class novel that is often studied in upper level high school. Use this board to identify essential vocabulary, literary devices and elements.

Night by Elie Wiesel presents a narrator's willingness to face certain death and to cling to the shreds of sanity that remain. Use this board to explore the themes, characters, and literary elements before teaching them. High school level.

Use this board to identify vocabulary and literary elements to teach while completing this novel unit. Essay and discussion questions will be explored. Video will also be presented as a means of introducing the novel.

Novel Study: The Road by Cormac McCarthy | Learnist

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This book is generally taught between the 7th and 10th grades. It can be a more difficult book to teach. Use this board to the identify literary elements and vocabulary, as well as, develop rigorous essay and discussion questions.

Novel Study: Animal Farm by George Orwell | Learnist

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This novel is generally taught to fifth and sixth grade students. It is well liked by most students and has been adapted into a movie. Use this board to explore the themes, characters, and literary elements before teaching the novel.

This novel is generally taught anywhere between grades 7-9. While boys tend to enjoy this novel more than girls, it is a great novel for both. Use this board to explore the themes, characters, and literary elements before teaching the novel

  • Mattie Jenkins
    Mattie Jenkins

    Although I think girls enjoyed the movie jusr as much lol

  • b e l l a_831
    b e l l a_831

    Yeah i agree best

A novel often studied in the 8th grade, this board will provide materials, videos, and author notes to use while teaching the themes, characters, and tones within a written work.

A novel often read and discussed in the seventh grade, Tangerine by Edward Bloor, will teach students to stand up for themselves and take down bullies.

Reading Comprehension Strategy Binder (Site also has link to list of picture books categorized by reading comprehension strategies)

graphic organizer for making inferences

amazing website...specific books for whatever you are teaching!

Great First Lines in Literature -- I love doing bulletin boards to promote books. This was an "interactive" bulletin board. The first line of the book was on the front cover - you lift the flap to see the book title and author.

15 Book Series To Read If You Enjoyed "The Hunger Games"--perfect for middle school girls :)

15 Book Series To Read If You Enjoyed "The Hunger Games"

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Another take on the theme anchor chart

14 books to read before they hit the big screen: Divergent, Ender's Game, City of Bones, The Fault in our Stars, The Maze Runner, gone Girl, The Monuments Men, The Book Thief, Serena, Horns, If I Stay, Reconstructing Amelia

24 Short Stories for Middle School

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