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The Hunger Games, Body Biography Bundle For Print and Digital is filled with all you need to teach and promote the amazing characters from the novel and blockbuster film. Your students will experience the unique approach of using a collaborative poster, Suzanne Collins’ novel, The Hunger Games, textual evidence, research, a character study, and the body biography project! #bodybiographies #thehungergames #middleschoolela
Celebrate Black History Month with a unique body biography project. This bundle includes the tools and ideas you need to create an interactive and engaging school display. Students will complete biographical research and create a powerful visual representation of notable people in black history. Bring history to life with this meaningful and inspiring project.
Reduce student cheating with ChatGPT – Alternative Assessments for the Classroom. With so many tools available to help students cheat on essays, it can be difficult to maintain academic integrity. However, there is a solution that can help reduce cheating and ensure that students are engaged in the learning process. I have several alternative assessments that are fun and challenging, while also reducing the potential of cheating. See my blog post: Alternatives to Essays and concerns over ChatGPT
ANNOTATION & CLOSE READING | examples, instructions | ChatGPT SOLUTIONS CUSTOMER COMMENTS: This is my new favorite go-to! I'm really enjoying this resource with my seniors and I believe it will be very helpful to them when they transition to college. ✺ 18 INDIVIDUAL PROMPTS IN SLIDES AND PRINT. ✺ 18 GROUP PROMPTS IN SLIDES AND PRINT. ✺ 26 LITERARY TERMS OR RHETORICAL DEVICES LISTED AND DEFINED IN SLIDES AND PRINT. ✺ INSTRUCTIONS FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS. ✺ 20 PAGES OF STUDENT EXAMPLES!
Argument Analysis: Regifting - a winter holiday activity now updated with a shareable Google Slides version for distance learning!A complete mini-unit for analyzing nonfiction text, practicing speaking and listening skills, and writing an argument essay complete with original data graphs. Students w...
Many students are visual learners. Why not tap into that by using visual essays as a way to show what they know? Traditional essays can be a drag and worst of all, they take forever to mark! But what if there was an alternative? What if students could show what they know in a visually appealing way? Enter visual essays – a new type of essay that's gaining popularity among teachers. So why not give them a try? Your students will thank you!
“Wait, what page are we on?” A Lesson on Literary Studies in the Secondary ELA Classroom Teaching whole novels or pieces of drama can be intimidating no matter the age or reading level of our students. Whether we’re reading a novel as a class or allowing student choice for independent reading, checking our students’ reading progress can be tricky and overwhelming. Click below to read the entire post or grab one of my Infographics for half price until November 21st!
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Dilemma One Sheets present complex court cases to students to understand how legal decisions impact their lives. Roe v. Wade and Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization are controversial yet essential cases to discuss. Students gravitate towards these hot topic issues because they are relevant to life outside the classroom. As teachers, we must approach these topics objectively and provide just the facts to help students comprehend and think critically about the world around them.