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A Midsummer Night's Dream - Textual Evidence Analysis Expository Writing

A Midsummer Night's Dream - Textual Evidence Analysis Expository Writing

This Common Core aligned TEXT DEPENDENT ANALYSIS Lesson comes with an entertaining PowerPoint Presentation section, interactive Student Worksheets, and detailed Lesson Plans. ************************************************************************************* This is an Expository Essay Prompt “Literature Based Writing Prompt – A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Although Bottom steals the show, Puck is frequently considered the most important character in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Compare Puck to Bottom and discuss why Puck might be considered the protagonist? How does Puck’s spirit dominate the tone of the play? Does the comedy surrounding Puck differ from that surrounding Bottom? If so, in what ways does it differ? Use specific evidence from the story to support your claims. ********************************************************************* This A Midsummer Night’s Dream Expository / Explanatory Writing Prompt lesson comes complete with: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Lesson Plan which includes: • Common Core State Standards Indicated on Lesson Plan • Instructional Focus • Instructional Procedures for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Writing Lesson • Objectives/Goals • Direct Instruction • Guided Practice • Enrichment • Differentiation • ESE Strategies • ELL Strategies • I Can Statement • Essential Question A Midsummer Night’s Dream Student Worksheet includes: • Prompt • Rubric • Brainstorming Section • Thesis Statement Development • How to Write an Expository Essay Tutorial A Midsummer Night’s Dream Presentation includes: • Introduction slide with prompt (interactive for students to identify key vocabulary) • Brainstorming slide (interactive for students to list ideas) • Standard and Implied Thesis Development Slides • How to Write an Expository Essay Tutorial • Checklist slide ********************************************************************* If you enjoy this product, please FOLLOW MY STORE and don't forget to LEAVE FEEDBACK! Write On! Jamie Edwards
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1984 by George Orwell - Text Dependent Analysis Argumentative Writing

1984 by George Orwell - Text Dependent Analysis Argumentative Writing

This Common Core aligned TEXT DEPENDENT ANALYSIS Lesson comes with an entertaining PowerPoint Presentation section, interactive Student Worksheets, and detailed Lesson Plans. ************************************************************************************* This is an Argumentative / Argument Essay Prompt 1984 - We now live in a world where our Internet browsing is monitored, Tweets are scrutinized for subversive thoughts, and personal contact information is sold. Our personal life is no longer private. Technology has brought the world amazing benefits, but at what cost? In the novel, 1984, George Orwell described a dark future where privacy and freedom were only a whisper. The novel, 1984, directly attacks the idea of freedom. In your opinion, what is freedom and do the characters in this dystopian society still have it? Use specific examples from the book to support your belief. ********************************************************************* This 1984 lesson comes complete with: 1984 Lesson Plan which includes: • Common Core State Standards Indicated on Lesson Plan • Instructional Focus • Instructional Procedures • Objectives/Goals • Direct Instruction • Guided Practice • Enrichment • Differentiation • ESE Strategies • ELL Strategies • I Can Statement • Essential Question 1984 Student Worksheet includes: • Prompt • Rubric • Brainstorming Section • Thesis Statement Development • How to Write an Argumentative Essay Tutorial 1984 PowerPoint Presentation includes: • Introduction slide with prompt (interactive for students to identify key vocabulary) • Brainstorming slide (interactive for students to list ideas) • Standard and Implied Thesis Development Slides • Checklist slide • How to Write an Argumentative Essay Tutorial ********************************************************************* If you enjoy this product, please FOLLOW MY STORE and don't forget to LEAVE FEEDBACK! Write On! Jamie Edwards
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Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Resource Pack

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Resource Pack

An easy-to-use KS3 and KS4 revision pack, which helps pupils improve their spelling, punctuation and grammar skills. Compact with models and tasks, pupils can independently improve their skills and self-assess their own progress. While some tasks are sufficient for a whole lesson, homework and revision, other tasks can also be used as starter activities.
DeepaSabharwal
Room 13 A 7 Week Student Homework Booklet

Room 13 A 7 Week Student Homework Booklet

A 7 week homework booklet of differentiated tasks for KS3 students to complete accompanying the novel ‘Room 13 by Robert Swindells. This can be used either as a complete booklet or given out as separate class sheets each week as appropriate. Included within the booklet is a homework ‘tracker’ and evaluation page. (The SPAG exercise text used for week 2 is a direct copy from pages 9 and 10 of Swindells book and is cited as such in the booklet.) Also included is a separate teacher answer booklet.
allen.t
10 Common Writing Errors - Powerpoint quiz and Card deck with answers, rules, and tasks.

10 Common Writing Errors - Powerpoint quiz and Card deck with answers, rules, and tasks.

This resource contains rules, examples, and short challenges for commonly confused words and grammatical errors. It has a PowerPoint presentation and a word document that can be edited if required. It covers the following: 1. There, Their, They’re 2. To, Two, Too 3. Accept vs Except 4. Your vs. You’re 5. A lot vs alot vs allot 6. Lose vs Loose 7. Its vs It’s 8. No vs know 9. Threw vs through 10. Correct use of semi-colon (;) How to Use this Resource This resource contains 10 rules and example cards that can be used in the following ways: 1. As a revision e-book for anyone that needs a quick refresh on the most common writing errors. 2. As a group or pair activity for learners to practice and test each other in various ways. 3. As a class activity using the Powerpoint Presentation Quiz Instructions / Ideas for Group Activities Activity 1 – Group or pair competition 1. Print out and cut out the rules that you would like your learners to work on. (Laminate to keep them fresh, if you want). 2. Hand out 1 card to each pair or group. Have them read it and complete the short challenge. (Check to see if they have it correct – an answer sheet is provided) 3. Learners then present their task to the rest of the groups to complete (on whiteboard). This can be timed. 4. Groups get 1 point for each task that is correct. 5. Groups then brainstorm ideas to remember the associated rules. 6. Points are tallied up and the winner is announced. Activity 2 – Group discussion and trouble shoot session 1. Learners select a card and read it to the group 2. They complete the task themselves first of all writing up sentence and answer on whiteboard. 3. Group members state whether they agree or not with the answer and share their thoughts 4. The correct answer is revealed by the teacher 5. Groups brainstorm ideas to remember the rules. Activity 3 – Individual work 1. Print out the resource in its entirety, or print out parts that you’d like to work on. 2. Learners complete by themselves, and then check their answers in pairs. 3. Answers revealed by teacher and corrected if necessary. Activity 4 – As a Warm up Activity 1. Select one card at the beginning of the session 2. Group discuss and agree the answer for the task. 3. In pairs or individually think up more tasks to challenge the rest of the group.
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Quiz - 10 Common Writing Errors - Powerpoint Presentation

Quiz - 10 Common Writing Errors - Powerpoint Presentation

This is an editable resource in the form of a power point presentation that covers 10 of the most common writing errors. It can be used in classes to test learners knowledge in group settings. The explanations are contained in the notes area. This will be useful for discussion. 1. There, Their, They’re 2. To, Two, Too 3. Accept vs Except 4. Your vs. You’re 5. A lot vs alot vs allot 6. Lose vs Loose 7. Its vs It’s 8. No vs know 9. Threw vs through 10. Correct use of semi-colon (;)
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10 Common Writing Errors - Task Cards, Grammatical Rules, Correct Usage and Challenge

10 Common Writing Errors - Task Cards, Grammatical Rules, Correct Usage and Challenge

This resource contains rules, examples, and short challenges for commonly confused words and grammatical errors. It covers the following: 1. There, Their, They’re 2. To, Two, Too 3. Accept vs Except 4. Your vs. You’re 5. A lot vs alot vs allot 6. Lose vs Loose 7. Its vs It’s 8. No vs know 9. Threw vs through 10. Correct use of semi-colon (;) This resource contains 10 rules and example cards that can be used in the following ways: 1. As a revision e-book for anyone that needs a quick refresh on the most common writing errors. 2. As a group or pair activity for learners to practice and test each other in various ways. Instructions / Ideas for Group Activities Activity 1 – Group or pair competition 1. Print out the rules that you would like your learners to work on. (Laminate to keep them fresh, if you want). 2. Hand out 1 card to each pair or group. Have them read it and complete the short challenge. (Check to see if they have it correct – an answer sheet is provided) 3. Learners then present their task to the rest of the groups to complete (on whiteboard). This can be timed. 4. Groups get 1 point for each task that is correct. 5. Groups then brainstorm ideas to remember the associated rules. 6. Points are tallied up and the winner is announced. Activity 2 – Group discussion and trouble shoot session 1. Learners select a card and read it to the group 2. They complete the task themselves first of all writing up sentence and answer on whiteboard. 3. Group members state whether they agree or not with the answer and share their thoughts 4. The correct answer is revealed by the teacher 5. Groups brainstorm ideas to remember the rules. Activity 3 – Individual work 1. Print out the resource in its entirety, or print out parts that you’d like to work on. 2. Learners complete by themselves, and then check their answers in pairs. 3. Answers revealed by teacher and corrected if necessary. Activity 4 – As a Warm up Activity 1. Select one card at the beginning of the session 2. Group discuss and agree the answer for the task. 3. In pairs or individually think up more tasks to challenge the rest of the group.
biowriterab
A Big,Spooky Bundle of Halloween Literacy Activities and Craftivity

A Big,Spooky Bundle of Halloween Literacy Activities and Craftivity

This big bundle of fun and funny Halloween themed literacy activities is perfect for guided reading, writing and centers. You will find three packets with over 5 activities geared towards reading comprehension, sentence building, fluency, grammar and vocabulary skills. With a Mad Libs style, this card game is such a fun way to engage kids as they learn to build sophisticated sentences and move away from the ordinary. With vivid verbs to add to Halloween themed subjects and prepositional phrases, they can create a myriad of mix and match. The rigour is increased with the task of identifying their subject and predicate within their created sentences, together with ensuring that the subject and verb matches. Have fun this Halloween season or any season with this hysterical activity perfect for literacy centres, guided reading and independent work. Great fun for 3rd-5th grades. Included in this printable packet: •16 subject/noun cards •16 adverb cards •24 verbs/action cards •20 prepositional phrases •Recording sheets •Gravestone shaped recording sheets for synonyms •Instructions for creating the gravestone craftivity A fun and ghoulish printable packet with two games in one and interactive notebook activities. These CCSS ELA aligned activities all work on the skill of identifying cause and effect within text. Suitable for 2nd – 5th grade, the cards are differentiated to allow you to accommodate your class needs. The interactive notebook activities increase the rigor when the children have to create their own cause for a stated effect and their own effects for specified causes. Making literacy fun, these can be a great addition to your centers or guided reading groups. Perfectly timed for Halloween but fabulous year round too! Included in this printable packet: •28 cause and effect cards, differentiated. ( green is more challenging text) •Student instruction cards. •Recording sheet •2 additional Interactive notebook activities •Games include: Memory matching and Classifying and Categorising Halloween literacy kit: This is a fun, reproducible 24 page literacy packet of games and activities for developing reading comprehension skills and creative writing skills. Kids LOVE this! I have targeted the language and the CCSS ELA for 4th and 5th grades. It can of course be used for 3rd and 6th as you see fit. The Best Game of Guess the Halloween Character Traits is a variation on one of my best selling reading comprehension games. It is 3 games in one set of 28 playing cards.Perfect for differentiating for all students needs. Building A Spooky Halloween Story is another card game where the possibilities for creative writing could be endless! The children love to pick the cards randomly, selecting their setting,character and conflict and building the rest of their story from their imagination. There are 8 cards to choose from for each area: character, setting, conflict and character’s wants. All of this is one big easy bundle where you SAVE! Happy Halloween! Susan Powers
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A Ghoulish Game of Cause and Effect Reading Comprehension Halloween Activity

A Ghoulish Game of Cause and Effect Reading Comprehension Halloween Activity

A fun and ghoulish printable packet with two games in one and interactive notebook activities. These CCSS ELA aligned activities all work on the skill of identifying cause and effect within text. Suitable for 2nd – 5th grade, the cards are differentiated to allow you to accommodate your class needs. The interactive notebook activities increase the rigor when the children have to create their own cause for a stated effect and their own effects for specified causes. Making literacy fun, these can be a great addition to your centers or guided reading groups. Perfectly timed for Halloween but fabulous year round too! Included in this printable packet: •28 cause and effect cards, differentiated. ( green is more challenging text) •Student instruction cards. •Recording sheet •2 additional Interactive notebook activities •Games include: Memory matching and Classifying and Categorising Happy Halloween! Susan Powers www.PYPteachingtools.com
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