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Analyzing informational text | Whole class activity | Graddes 7-12 | Works with ANY text

Analyzing Informational Text Manila Folders & Annotation Stations + DIGITAL

Analyzing informational text | Whole class activity | Graddes 7-12 | Works with ANY text

Annotation Stations for high school English Language Arts | Informational Text Activities | Nonfiction text stations | Annotating the text

9th & 10th Grade English Language Arts Resources ENTIRE School Year + DIGITAL

9th and 10th grade ELA materials and resources for an entire school year covering more than 30 different skills and 40+ activities. This 140+ page product is designed to help your students master a variety of different skills throughout an entire school year. Below, I've highlighted the different ...

Students will review pronoun-antecedent agreement rules with these task cards that ask students to choose the correct pronoun and unscramble a 20-letter secret phrase to escape the room. Your download includes (in .pdf format, which cannot be edited): * 80 subject-verb

Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Review Escape Room

Students will review pronoun-antecedent agreement rules with these task cards that ask students to choose the correct pronoun and unscramble a 20-letter secret phrase to win the gamei. This product IS included in my escape room bundle: Secondary English Escape Room Bundle Your download includes (i...

Challenge students to review conjunctions, transitions, and conjunctive adverbs with this engaging, fun and rigorous escape room. Students will review conjunction and transition types, as well as uses for them. Option to use with technology or without. This product is included in my Secondary English Escape Room Bundle ⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌⚌ Your

Conjunctions and Transitions Review Escape Room

Challenge students to review conjunctions, transitions, and conjunctive adverbs with this engaging, fun and rigorous escape room. Students will review conjunction and transition types, as well as uses for them. Option to use with technology or without. This product is included in my Secondary Engl...

Using Editing Stations for Middle School Writing | Creative Writing | Special Education

Using Editing Stations in Your Middle School ELA Classroom - Adventures in Inclusion

Using Editing Stations for Middle School Writing | Creative Writing | Special Education

Literary Jenga for grades 7-12 based on Bloom's Taxonomy and Depth of Knowledge

Literary Jenga: Reading Literature Game for ANY Novel Grades 7-12

Literary Jenga for grades 7-12 based on Bloom's Taxonomy and Depth of Knowledge

Fun Socratic Seminars! How to get students talking, moving, and sharing with emoji accountable talk, Socratic seminar bingo, digital discussions, and more!

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Fun Socratic Seminars! How to get students talking, moving, and sharing with emoji accountable talk, Socratic seminar bingo, digital discussions, and more!

Escape room style reading test prep. Includes context clues station, non-fiction text structure, plot diagram practice, and practice with common reading vocabulary terms.  This interactive escape room requires technology. This is a great form of test prep for any middle school ELA state test.

Escape Room - Reading Test Prep - Middle School

Escape room style reading test prep. Includes context clues station, non-fiction text structure, plot diagram practice, and practice with common reading vocabulary terms. This interactive escape room requires technology. This is a great form of test prep for any middle school ELA state test.

Stations are an excellent opportunities for incorporating movement and…

The Literary Maven: Implementing Stations In A Secondary Classroom: How to Use Them for Reading & Writing

Stations are an excellent opportunities for incorporating movement and…

5 Characters Who Should Be in Your Story Infographic // I mostly like this, although I do rather object to the fact that the 'love interest' is the only female shown. :p

8 ½ Character Archetypes You Should Be Writing - Helping Writers Become Authors

Character archetypes present important guidelines for creating a well-rounded cast that can provide optimum help for advancing your hero's journey.

Incorporating technology and classic literature for middle school and high school students. This allows students to be creative and prove that they understand a character/text!:

Modern Tech + Classic Lit.

Incorporating technology and classic literature for middle school and high school students. This allows students to be creative and prove that they understand a character/text!:

Types of Comprehension Questions Foldie Fun!  We focus a lot of teaching the difference between Literal and Inferential questions, but once we have that down, we start talking about the different types of questions we find in reading.  FREE template included.

Fiction Comprehension - Teaching with a Mountain View

We spent a few days before state testing doing some quick review activities for answering fiction comprehension questions. We had spent A LOT of time on nonfiction over the past several months, but I wanted to be sure we were still sharp on our fiction comprehension skills and answering comprehension questions. I began the review ... Read more

Free Text Structures Graphic Organizer

Text Structures

Teach students how to develop text structures paragraphs with these ideas.

Middle School Reading Mood and Tone Activity: Analyzing Different Poems on the Same Topic

Mood and Tone: Analyzing Different Poems on the Same Topic

Middle School Reading Mood and Tone Activity: Analyzing Different Poems on the Same Topic

Middle School Reading Inference Activity: Teaching Students to Interpret Author's Clues

Teaching Students to Interpret Author's Clues

Middle School Reading Inference Activity: Teaching Students to Interpret Author's Clues