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This is a fun way to get students thinking critically about an author or character! This lesson is Common Core based and requires using evidence in writing. You can use this MULTIPLE times a year since it is adaptable for any piece of literature. You will get a well-written example and a student writing page.
This product provides a template for a game I've titled, Literary Jenga-- Grades It includes 54 task cards for each Jenga piece. The game is differentiated and competitive with each piece being a different number of points based on question complexity.
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Flowchart notes for social studies- break the chapter up into key parts, write short sentences explaining each part, and then draw pictures that will help them remember the different parts of the story. Words underlined in blue are the chapter's vocabulary words.
Here's a quick review or reference sheet for students to use during a poetry unit. I love teaching poetry and love to give the kids a chance to make up their own examples of figurative language and poetry terms. Often, I give out 4-5 whiteboard pens to the students and ask them to write an examp