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    Poster I created to emphasize the use of text-based evidence in the classroom. It will be used right off the bat with my 3-levels of questions and "the Sherlock Holmes method of reading" (inference) lesson!

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    Reading literature interactive notebook for grades 6-9. Perfect for any novel or short story throughout the entire semester.

    The duration of this lesson is two days.The first activity is a web quest in which students will access web sites given to correctly answer the questions on the handout.An answer key for the web quest has been provided. There are a total of 12 questions for the web quest.The 22 slide introductory PowerPoint introduces to students the Harlem Renaissance.

    This movie rocks and benefits young viewers!Students are allowed to watch the video Taken featuring Liam Neeson as a supplement to Patricia McCormicks Sold.At the end of the overall unit, students watch Taken and complete a video guide. The video is two pages in length, consists of twenty-three questions, and a Venn diagram.

    This project rocks! Students will be able to practice so many skills while having fun at the same time!This project assignment can be implemented in different time frames--after a short unit on colonial literature or before a unit on Arthur Millers The Crucible.Students will create their very own colony.

    Whew! Teaching and reading William Shakespeare’s “Othello” can be a challenge! My Othello Unit is common core aligned and includes a total of 10 Power Points and 10 handouts. I have also provided at total of 96 reading comprehension questions with an answer key, a day by day reading guide, daily journal questions, an introductory web quest, daily review questions, a unit test, and final project.

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    16 Fancy Literary Techniques Explained By Disney. This would make for a great BB if my students had seen most of these movies. Ugh, still, good for explaining concepts. Especially dramatic irony.

    I had the privilege of hearing Robyn Jackson speak at two different conferences and finally had a chance to sit down one-on-one with her over lunch at the ASCD conference in Chicago in March. Robyn is a former high school English teacher and middle school administrator who now shares her passion for supporting teachers through her …

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    *****MY BEST SELLING ITEM******* Common Core Aligned! This is a 3 week unit on Elie Wiesel’s Night aligned to Common Core and lesson plans are included! There are 16 Power Points and 10 handouts included as well.

    By the end of this curriculum unit which lasts for two weeks, students will be able to understand the origin and development of drama in Athens in the 5th and 6th centuries BC., will be able to compare and contrast ancient Greek drama with modern dramatics forms, will understand ancient Greek religion and its role in mythology, and will be able to apply many literary terms to the play such as situational, dramatic, and verbal irony!

    John Proctor's Identity Crisis!After reading Act Four in Arthur Millers The Crucible students have to understand John Proctor as a dynamic character. Does Proctor pass his crucible? Does he finally redeem himself after that fatal mistake? Does he recover from his identity crisis?Students will create John Proctors character using a magazine cutout figure.

    This is a FUN, creative, student-centered, cooperative activity. Students will learn about 9 significant Progressive Reformers of the American Industrial Revolution by creating an X-Ray poster and a Gallery Walk. $

    *****MY BEST SELLING ITEM******* Common Core Aligned! This is a 3 week unit on Elie Wiesel’s Night aligned to Common Core and lesson plans are included! There are 16 Power Points and 10 handouts included as well.