The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a complete 115 page, 3 week novel study guide. The guide is presented in natural chapter clusters and includes instruction and/or practice, as well as necessary digital materials, for: Vocabulary development and practice (including cloze and a crossword) A coordinating Science demonstration Comprehension questions to use during reading Questioning strategies Literature circle cards – numbered by lesson to help you keep them organized for future ...
Lord of the Flies by William Golding BUNDLE
Resources for teaching Golding's Lord of the Flies: lesson plans, workbooks, task cards, and more!
The Middle School Mouth: Dystopian Literature Circles
FREE quizzes and writing prompts for Inside Out & Back Again, an amazing story of a girl whose family is forced to flee Vietnam during the war, then establish a new home in Alabama. There's SO much for your students to discuss in this book and these free resources will provide discussion starters.
I hope you enjoy this Reading Street Common Core supplemental resource for Grade 1. This cute color-by-word freebie will help your students become more familiar with the spelling words that are introduced in Unit 2, Week 4 (The Big Circle).Have fun!Learning With A SmileKeywords: Reading Street Common Core Supplemental Resource, Spelling, Literacy Center, Color-By-Word, Reading Street Aligned Freebie, The Big Circle, Pearson, Scott Foresman, Fast Finishers, Morning Work, Independent Work
Literature Circles Unit.Literature Circles are a fun and engaging way for students to take ownership of their learning. Literature Circles encourage students to have rich conversation surrounding text. This is a great unit for reading instruction at the middle school level because you can use it several times throughout the year with chapter book sets that are available at your school based on units and themes that you already use.
Looking for a novel study unit with activities that will actually result in your students having better reading comprehension skills? Need a low-prep format with ideas that are still interesting for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students? These foldable novel studies cover all your favorite books, and give you the opportunity to let students work in book groups, lit circles, or even independently while practicing summary, inference, cause & effect, and more. Over 100 novels to choose from!