A complete lesson plan for teaching Othello. Written in British jargon, but doesn't really need rewriting as it is designed for teacher use only. Just read the central column of lesson ideas and disregard the crap on the sides.
Resources will be uploaded as they are created. Act by act. Scene by Scene. Will include in class and at home activities. I used this with past exam questions taken from the Leaving Certificate Exam papers. http://www.examinations.ie/index.php?l=en&mc=enésc=ep
A series of lessons covering Shakespeare's Othello. Originally covered with a Year 9 group but can be differentiated accordingly and would work with A Level Students. The resource includes PowerPoint slides, resources and assessment questions.
Joe’s friends moved away. He makes daily visits to a resource room to help
him learn how to focus on tasks when he is distracted by noises and events
occurring in the classroom. Joe has an auditory disorder. He has just started
Ravi is the one of the brightest students in his Indian school. His family just
moved to America, (New Jersey), and he is in the same class as Joe and
Dillon, the class bully. Ravi does not recognize yet that Dillon is a bully.
He thinks he is a friend.
Joe knows better. He has been the object of Dillon’s abusive behavior in
fourth grade, and now during the first week of fifth grade. This is the story
of how two young people learn to cope with a bully and accept how they are
each different, with dignity.
This packet is a perfect reading book to use with a group at the beginning of
fifth grade! Readers will draw visual images, state their reactions, give
reasons for their reactions, use evidence from the chapter or book to match a
trait that was chosen by the reader, and answer critical thinking questions
along the way. Included are “integrated” writing assignments that will help
students write persuasive pieces and narratives, two different writing
experiences fifth graders need to learn and improve upon. Included in this
packet are differentiated post-reading activities.
This is a detailed and skills development based study companion/guide for all types of learners. Special education students that struggle with reading and writing will benefit from the variety of specialized activities included. This multisensory resource will support continued development of the following:
There are a variety of application activities to help students understand and increase fund of knowledge using this companion guide. Teachers and parents can select all of the activities, or be more selective, based on student needs.
Additional information about World War One is included, through the use of videos. PLEASE NOTE - THE VIDEOS and some of the PICTURES SHOW GRAPHIC WAR SCENES. Please preview to determine whether you are comfortable sharing with your students.
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Chart the progression and development of plot, theme, or character thoughts, feelings and motivations with these handy templates.
2 blank templates provide freedom for plotting story structure (rising and falling action), or creating your own chart to follow a particular theme or characters.
There are 3 examples, using the dramatic structure of Conan Doyle's short story "A Scandal in Bohemia", A love, attraction and regrets chart for Dickens's "Great Expectations" and a moral integrity and principles chart for Payne's "No Man's Land".
Useful for all text types, from short story, novels, plays or even epic poetry.
A complete Novel Study for the book 'Scat’ written by Carl Hiaasen. The Novel Study is compiled by Nat Reed, and contains a total of seventy five pages of content. Each of our novel studies are presented chapter-by-chapter and include many of the following activities: Before You Read, Vocabulary, Comprehension Questions (including many higher-level thinking questions); as well as many challenging Activities. The novel study includes everything needed to teach the novel including concepts / activities such as: setting, literary devices, research assignments, cloze activities, creative writing assignments, character studies, parts of speech, analogies, synonyms and antonyms, crossword and word search puzzles, studies in conflict, constructing a storyboard and sequence chart. Each of our Novel Studies also contain a complete teachers answer key. Learn more about our many products by visiting our website: https://www.novelstudies.org.