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Transitions

Transitions are changes and you want them to happen as smoothly as possible. Transitions can happen in the following circumstances of a story: Setting to settingCharacter to character (dialogue)Inner dialogue to action of storyOne time to another timeThere

Help students synthesize The Great Gatsby with this collection of paired text suggestions. Includes poetry, nonfiction, and short stories! High School Literature, Ap Literature, Teaching Literature, High School Classroom, English Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Teaching Secondary, Student Teaching, The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby Paired Texts / Moore English Educational Blog

Help students synthesize The Great Gatsby with this collection of paired text suggestions. Includes poetry, nonfiction, and short stories!

5 collaborative and engaging games to practice with critical argument analysis and argument writing skills. Argumentative Writing, Persuasive Writing, Writing Rubrics, Paragraph Writing, Opinion Writing, Essay Writing, Writing Strategies, Writing Skills, Writing Lessons

The Argument Games

The Argument Games bundle⚟ will provide you with five collaborative, active games that will have students:➫ creating arguments ➫counter-arguments ➫ evaluating perspectives ➫ evaluating the sufficiency of evidence!↬A list of interesting and unique arguable topics are provided in this unit. ↬Signs f...

5 fun passages to re-arrange correctly with the help of transition words. Fun for struggling readers and writers! Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Ideas, Writing Ideas, Teaching English, Teaching Posters, 8th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading

Scrambled Paragraph Activity-cut and paste to practice text structure

This activity contains 5 interesting passages to scramble and re-arrange correctly. Students will use logic and transition words like "for example", "however", and "finally" to determine the correct order. Great activity to reinforce text structures! → Looking for a 100% digital, paperless, Google...

Our students need sharp critical thinking skills - more than ever! A fun way to teach those skills is with propaganda. This post provides resources, examples, tips, and a lesson plan! Perfect lesson for middle school. Great for group discussions and r Library Lesson Plans, Free Lesson Plans, Library Lessons, Writing Lessons, Art Lessons, Grammar Lessons, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, Writing Skills

Propaganda and Critical Thinking - Just Add Students

Teach students about the types of propaganda by using common advertisements. Sharpen students' critical thinking and analysis skills at the same time. Ideal lesson for middle school. Includes a free lesson plan and slide show to use in class.

Help students synthesize The Great Gatsby with this collection of paired text suggestions. Includes poetry, nonfiction, and short stories! The Great Gatsby, Education English, Teaching English, Teaching Spanish, Kids Education, Ap Language, German Language, Japanese Language, Spanish Language

The Great Gatsby Paired Texts / Moore English Educational Blog

Help students synthesize The Great Gatsby with this collection of paired text suggestions. Includes poetry, nonfiction, and short stories!

Introduction to CER: Claim Reasoning Evidence Scientific Argument Lesson Example education Introduction to CER: Claim Evidence Reasoning Scientific Argument Lesson Example Science Resources, Science Lessons, Science Education, Teaching Science, Science Activities, Chemistry Lessons, Science Standards, Science Worksheets, School Worksheets

Introduction to CER: Claim Evidence Reasoning Lesson with Examples- DIGITAL

Use the CER method in science to help students understand material better and be able to support their ideas with evidence. This type of writing is helps students meet NGSS standards which require students to engage in argument from evidence. My students ALWAYS forget to put evidence or data into...

argument games for creating arguments, counter-arguments, evaluating evidence and reasoning. argument games for creating arguments, counter-arguments, evaluating evidence and reasoning. Argumentative Writing, Persuasive Writing, Teaching Writing, Essay Writing, Teaching English, Teaching Tools, Writing Journals, Teaching Themes, Opinion Writing

Argument Games - A Fun Way to Get Students Practicing Their Argument Skills!

The Argument Games bundle⚟ will provide you with five collaborative, active games that will have students:➫ creating arguments ➫counter-arguments ➫ evaluating perspectives ➫ evaluating the sufficiency of evidence!↬A list of interesting and unique arguable topics are provided in this unit. ↬Signs f...

Discuss the events of and rhetorical analysis with your students with this September 11 Rhetorical Analysis Free Activity. Students will analyze George W. Bush's September 11 address and all of the rhetorical appeals and devices. English Teacher Classroom, High School Classroom, Special Education Classroom, High School Activities, Free Activities, Education English, Teaching English, Ap Language, English Language

September 11 Close Read and Rhetorical Analysis Free Activity

Discuss the events of 9/11 and rhetorical analysis with your students with this September 11 Rhetorical Analysis Free Activity. This resource includes: A teacher introduction page & suggested lesson plan George W. Bush's 9/11 Address to the Nation Rhetorical Analysis Questions Answer Key If ...

Change isn& always good, but in this case, change is GREAT. Modifications to the AP English Language and Composition exam are coming in Read Angie Kratzer& tips and take on what they mean for teachers and students. High School Literature, Ap Literature, Teaching Literature, American Literature, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Vocabulary In Context

2020: Why Changes to the AP English Language Exam are Good for Students

The AP English Language & Composition Exam will be different in 2020. Change is good!

Do you teach AP Lit (Literature and Composition) or AP Lang (Language and Composition)? Look no further for rhetorical or literary analysis graphic organizers to help students understand any text. Detailed instructions and a blank one for students use. Ap Literature, Teaching Literature, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, American Literature, Teaching Materials, Writing Strategies, Writing Skills, Writing Activities

AP Literature and AP Language Textual Analysis Graphic Organizers

Do you teach AP Lit (Literature and Composition) or AP Lang (Language and Composition) or a pre-AP course? Look no further for rhetorical or literary analysis graphic organizers to help students understand literary and non-fiction texts.For each graphic organizer, I have included detailed instructio...

Do you teach AP Lit (Literature and Composition) or AP Lang (Language and Composition)? Look no further for rhetorical or literary analysis graphic organizers to help students understand any text. Detailed instructions and a blank one for students use. Ap Literature, Teaching Literature, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, American Literature, Teaching Materials, Writing Strategies, Writing Skills, Writing Activities

AP Literature and AP Language Textual Analysis Graphic Organizers

Do you teach AP Lit (Literature and Composition) or AP Lang (Language and Composition) or a pre-AP course? Look no further for rhetorical or literary analysis graphic organizers to help students understand literary and non-fiction texts.For each graphic organizer, I have included detailed instructio...

The Rhetor's ToolboxResources for connection, collaboration, critical thinking, and cultivating learning in the ELA classroomEssential Tools for Teaching Rhetoric: The Appeals Tools For Teaching, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Teaching English, Teaching Ideas, English Teachers, Academic Writing, Writing Workshop, Writing Tips

The Rhetor's ToolboxResources for connection, collaboration, critical thinking, and cultivating learning in the ELA classroomEssential Tools for Teaching Rhetoric: The Appeals

What are the essential tools for teaching rhetoric and rhetorical analysis? This blog series will explore one tool each week. Aristotle's Appeals Perhaps the best-known part of Aristotelian rhetoric is the appeal. Aristotle presents three appeals, also known as the Aristotelian triad: ethos, pathos, and logos. All three appeals can be found in most arguments.…

Writing a Class Collaborative Précis Write a collaborative rhetorical analysis précis in your middle school or high school English language arts class. Writing collaboratively helps students learn how to analyze rhetoric. Writing Classes, Writing Lessons, Writing Workshop, Teaching Writing, Math Lessons, Persuasive Writing, Writing Process, Ela Classroom, High School Classroom

Writing a Class Collaborative Précis

Engaging teaching strategies and learning resources for middle school ELA and high school English students.

Syntax Analysis Wheels for ANY TEXT: Four Levels of Analysis Activities Ap English, English Language, English Class, Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tips, Teaching High Schools, Ap Language And Composition, Too Cool For School

Syntax Analysis Wheels for ANY TEXT: Four Levels of Analysis Activities

This leveled manipulative will help break down syntax analysis for students. Four different wheels draw on thinking skills that correspond with Webb's Depth of Knowledge. Corresponding organizers make it easy for students to record their answers, and a guided paragraph writing page will help them cr...