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The Literary Maven: 8 Nonfiction Texts That Will Captivate Middle School and High School Students
At any grade level, it is easy for English class to be solely a study of fictional literature, but students should be equally immersed in rich nonfiction as well. Here's nonfiction recommendations, many of them memoirs and biographies, that will captivate your middle and high school students.
Tone and Mood Comparison Skinny Poster
Gives students a side-by-side comparison of tone and mood. Details what they are, how they are produced, and how to analyze them. Follows with an analysis of the tone and mood of quotes by two prominent figures. ©️️2016. 13 x 38 inches. Laminated. Middle school, high school. About the Author Amber O'Reyah began her journey as a teacher in 2011 for the Elko County School District in northern Nevada. She has a master's degree in curriculum and instruction wit...
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE ESCAPE ROOM ACTIVITY
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE ESCAPE ROOM ACTIVITY: Help your students understand figurative language with this highly-engaging interactive escape room / break out activity! The activity focusses on the following terms: metaphor, simile, alliteration, personification, onomatopoeia, hyperbole, oxymoron, pun, idiom, and allusion.
ENGLISH BELL RINGERS - VOL 3
Bell ringers are an excellent way to engage your students as soon as they walk into your classroom. Begin each of your middle or high school English classes with these daily bell-ringer / warm ups routine! This comprehensive FULL YEAR resource includes everything you need to start each class off with an engaging activity!
High Interest Low Readability Daily Common Core Practice for Middle School Students
This document contains high interest stories and quick Daily Common Core practice. They are perfectly designed to provide passages to meet the needs of struggling readers and still cover Common Core. Characterization, figurative language, plot, and more skills are covered to keep reading skills sharp in 5 minutes a day.$
Close Reading Highlighter Labels
Love this idea!!! Use these FREE highlighter labels to help students keep organized and engaged while close reading! Also terrific for test prep for older grades. Each label has an I CAN statement to keep your good readers focused on the task at hand.
FREE Resources for Teaching Close Reading~ Helping students connect in meaningful ways with nonfiction has always been a challenge. This article defines close reading, offers teaching tips, and provides downloads to help teachers make the transition to this key CCSS style of instruction!
Chapter Study Guides: Student-Led Notes & Discussion for ANY Novel (with GOOGLE)
Chapter Study Guides - for ANY novel unit to replace or support chapter quizzes. Students write summaries, test questions, discussion questions, famous quotes, and more! For secondary English classes