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Kellie has been a Library Media Specialist since 2015 at both the High School and Middle School Level in South Carolina. As a Media Specialist, she enjoys working with all of the different content areas in her school. In her spare time, Kellie is also a group fitness instructor and enjoys using social media to get new ideas for lessons.

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Kellie has been a Library Media Specialist since 2015 at both the High School and Middle School Level in South Carolina. As a Media Specialist, she enjoys working with all of the different content areas in her school. In her spare time, Kellie is also a group fitness instructor and enjoys using social media to get new ideas for lessons.
The Great Gatsby (2013) Viewing Guide & Worksheets
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The Great Gatsby (2013) Viewing Guide & Worksheets

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Add another interesting element to your Roaring Twenties (or ELA) Unit with this “The Great Gatsby” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet! This movie can be used as an introduction or review for your Roaring Twenties unit and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. This lesson includes a pre-screening activity with basic questions about the time period that will require students to conduct a little bit of research. The viewing guide is split into four sections to go along with the movie. Each of the four sections contains questions that are designed to make students think about the people and ideas at play in the film as well as to ensure that students are paying attention to the plot. There is also a post-screening activity sheet that asks specific questions about the content in the film and asks students to compare the movie to actual historical events. These worksheets are also included in Google Form format to be submitted digitally. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to serve as an introduction or review of the Roaring Twenties. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewed the movie in its entirety. ★ Customizable Google Form Versions of each activity are included. Movie Synopsis: It’s the spring of 1922 in New York City, a decadent playground of shifting morals, glittering jazz, bootleg empires and skyrocketing stocks. Chasing the American Dream, would-be writer Nick Carraway (Golden Globe nominee Tobey Maguire) arrives from the Midwest only to land next door to Jay Gatsby (three-time Oscar nominee Leonardo DiCaprio), a mysterious millionaire whose estate overflows with endless parties. As Nick’s beautiful cousin Daisy (Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan) and her blue-blooded husband Tom Buchanan (Joel Edgerton) fall into Gatsby’s orbit, Nick bears witness to a tragedy of impossible love and incorruptible dreams. Fitzgerald’s timeless epic, the Great Gatsby mirrors the struggles of modern times in a dazzling visual journey from the mind of Baz Luhrmann, director of the Oscar winning Moulin Rouge. Required Materials: ★ The Great Gatsby (2013) DVD or Streaming Capabilities
Suffragette Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (Age of Reform)
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Suffragette Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (Age of Reform)

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Add another interesting element to your Age of Reform Unit with this “Suffragette” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet! This movie can be used as an introduction or review for your Age of Reform unit and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Pre-Screening Guide should be completed before viewing the film and includes basic questions relating to the Age of Reform and Women’s Suffrage Movement in Great Britain. The Viewing Guide is two pages and splits the movie into four parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the Research Worksheet. On the post-screening worksheet, your students will analyze the content of the movie in regards to life during the time and the movie’s representation of the topic. These worksheets are also included in Google Form format to be submitted digitally. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to serve as an introduction or review of the Age of Reform and the Women’s Suffrage Movement. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewed the movie in its entirety. Movie Synopsis: In early 20th-century Britain, the growing suffragette movement forever changes the life of working wife and mother Maud Watts (Carey Mulligan). Galvanized by political activist Emmeline Pankhurst (Meryl Streep), Watts joins a diverse group of women who fight for equality and the right to vote. Faced with increasing police action, Maud and her dedicated suffragettes must play a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse, risking their jobs, homes, family and lives for a just cause. You can also view the trailer here. Note: Please be aware of that there are a few instances of violence and language in this film. Required Materials: ★ Suffragette (2015) DVD or Streaming Capabilities
The Book Thief Viewing Guide & Worksheets
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The Book Thief Viewing Guide & Worksheets

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Add another interesting element to your World War II Unit with this “The Book Thief” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet! This movie can be used as an introduction or review for your World War II unit and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. This lesson includes a pre-screening activity with basic questions about the time period that will require students to conduct a little bit of research. The viewing guide is split into four sections to go along with the movie. Each of the four sections contains questions that are designed to make students think about the people and ideas at play in the film as well as to ensure that students are paying attention to the plot. There is also a post-screening activity sheet that asks specific questions about the content in the film and asks students to compare the movie to actual historical events. These worksheets are also included in Google Form format to be submitted digitally. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to serve as an introduction or review of World War II. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewed the movie in its entirety. ★ Customizable Google Form Versions of each activity are included. Movie Synopsis: Based on the beloved best-selling book comes this profoundly moving story of a girl who transforms the lives of those around her during World War II, Germany. Although Liesel (Sophie Nelisse) is illiterate when she is adopted by a German couple (Oscar Winner Geoffrey Rush and Emily Watson), her adoptive father encourages her to learn to read. Ultimately, the power of words helps Liesel and Max (Ben Schnetzer), a Jew hiding in the family’s home, escape from the events unfolding around them in this extraordinary, acclaimed film directed by Brian Percival (DOWNTON ABBEY). Required Materials: ★ The Book Thief (2000) DVD or Streaming Capabilities
The Day After Tomorrow Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets
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The Day After Tomorrow Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets

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Add another interesting element to your Weather and Climate Unit with this “The Day After Tomorrow” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheets. This lesson includes a pre-screening activity with basic questions about the weather and climate that will require students to conduct a little bit of research. The viewing guide is split into four sections to go along with the movie. Each of the four sections contains questions that are designed to make students think about the people and ideas at play in the film as well as to ensure that students are paying attention to the plot. There is also a post-screening activity sheet that asks specific questions about the content in the film and asks students to think critically about the content of the film and determine if they believe the film is realistic. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to be introduce students to basic concepts in the film relating to climate and weather before viewing the film. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewed the movie in its entirety. Movie Synopsis: The effects of global warming and the greenhouse effect has caught up with the Earth. The polar ice caps are melting and the world’s weather patterns are all out of sync. The next ice age is upon us. A scientist that specializes in historical extreme weather changes must fight his way north to New York where his son is caught in the clutches of mother nature. Required Materials: ★ The Day After Tomorrow (2004) DVD or Streaming Capabilities
A Knight's Tale Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (The Middle Ages)
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A Knight's Tale Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (The Middle Ages)

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Add another interesting element to your Middle Ages Unit with this “A Knight’s Tale” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet! This movie can be used as an introduction or review for your Middle Ages unit and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Pre-Screening Guide should be completed before viewing the film and includes basic questions relating to the Middle Ages. The Viewing Guide is two pages and splits the movie into four parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the Research Worksheet. On the post-screening worksheet, your students will analyze the content of the movie in regards to life after the French Revolution, the rebellions, and social classes. These worksheets are also included in Google Form format to be submitted digitally. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to serve as an introduction or review of the Middle Ages. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewed the movie in its entirety… Movie Synopsis: Inspired by “The Canterbury Tales,” as well as the early life of William Marshall (later First Earl of Pembroke), this is the story of William, a young squire with a gift for jousting. After his master dies suddenly, the squire hits the road with his cohorts Roland and Wat. On the journey, they stumble across an unknown writer, Chaucer. William, lacking a proper pedigree, convinces Chaucer to forge genealogy documents that will pass him off as a knight. With his newly-minted history in hand, the young man sets out to prove himself a worthy knight at the country’s jousting competition, and finds romance along the way. You can also view the trailer here. Note: Please be aware of that there are a few instances of nudity (around the 14-19 minute marks and 25 minute mark), sexual innuendo (around the 1:27 minute mark), and language in this film. Required Materials: ★ A Knight’s Tale (2001) DVD or Streaming Capabilities
Les Miserables Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (French Revolution)
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Les Miserables Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (French Revolution)

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Add another interesting element to your French Revolution Unit with this “Les Miserables” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet! This movie can be used as continuation of your the French Revolution unit and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Pre-Screening Guide should be completed before viewing the film and includes basic questions relating to the French Revolution and the July Rebellion of 1830. (The prescreening guide reviews concepts of the French Revolution and introduces students to the events of the July Rebellion to ensure that they are informed about the events leading up to the movie.) The Viewing Guide is two pages and splits the movie into four parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the one page Worksheet. On the post-screening worksheet, your students will analyze the content of the movie in regards to life after the French Revolution, the rebellions, and social classes. These worksheets are also included in Google Form format to be submitted digitally. Note: This movie is not about the French Revolution, but rather the June Rebellion of 1832. I use this movie as a follow-up to my French Revolution Unit. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to serve as a review of the French Revolution and an introduction to the July Rebellion of 1830. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewed the movie in its entirety… Movie Synopsis: After 19 years as a prisoner, Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) is freed by Javert (Russell Crowe), the officer in charge of the prison workforce. Valjean promptly breaks parole but later uses money from stolen silver to reinvent himself as a mayor and factory owner. Javert vows to bring Valjean back to prison. Eight years later, Valjean becomes the guardian of a child named Cosette after her mother’s (Anne Hathaway) death, but Javert’s relentless pursuit means that peace will be a long time coming. You can also view the trailer here. Required Materials: ★ Les Miserables (2012) DVD or Streaming Capabilities
Customizable Game of Life Template
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Customizable Game of Life Template

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This template can be used as a review of various topics. Pick a topic or time period, and let your students get to work creating a their own version of this game using events that deal with that time period. This purchase includes: *Printable and customizable digital templates for the Game Board, Life Tiles, Career Cards, and House Cards A detailed document outlining each template, setup, and running the game *An answer sheet for students to explain the logic behind their decisions for each template *An editable Google Slides document for all of the templates Feel free to download the preview for more information. If you have any questions, please send me an email! -Kellie @ Loquacious Learning
Oliver Twist Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (The Industrial Age)
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Oliver Twist Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (The Industrial Age)

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Add another interesting element to your Industrial Age and Industrial Revolution Unit with this “Oliver Twist” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet! This movie can be used as an introduction or review for your Industrial Age unit and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Pre-Screening Guide should be completed before viewing the film and includes basic questions relating to the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain. The Viewing Guide is two pages and splits the movie into four parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the Research Worksheet. On the post-screening worksheet, your students will analyze the content of the movie in regards to life during the time and the movie’s representation of the topic. These worksheets are also included in Google Form format to be submitted digitally. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to serve as an introduction or review of the Industrial Age. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewed the movie in its entirety. Movie Synopsis: In the Nineteenth Century, orphan Oliver Twist is sent from the orphanage to a workhouse, where the children are mistreated and barely fed. He moves to the house of an undertaker, but after an unfair severe spank, he starts a seven day runaway to London. He arrives exhausted and starving, and is soon welcomed in a gang of pickpockets lead by the old crook Fagin. When he is mistakenly taken as a thief, the wealthy victim Mr. Brownlow brings Oliver to his home and shelters him. But Fagin and the dangerous Bill Sykes decide to kidnap Oliver to burglarize Mr. Brownlow’s fancy house. Required Materials: ★ Oliver Twist (2005) DVD or Streaming Capabilities
Remember the Titans Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheet
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Remember the Titans Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheet

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Add another interesting element to your Civil Rights Movement Unit with this “Remember the Titans” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet. This lesson includes a pre-screening activity with basic questions about the Civil Rights Movement that might require students to conduct a little bit of research. The viewing guide is split into four sections to go along with the movie. Each of the four sections contains questions that are designed to make students think about the people and ideas at play in the film as well as to ensure that students are paying attention to the plot. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to be introduce students to basic concepts in the film. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Research Worksheet is designed to help students investigate the concepts and ideas presented in the movie as well as learn more about the Civil Rights Movement. Movie Synopsis: In Virginia, high school football is a way of life, an institution revered, each game celebrated more lavishly than Christmas, each playoff distinguished more grandly than any national holiday. And with such recognition, comes powerful emotions. In 1971 high school football was everything to the people of Alexandria. But when the local school board was forced to integrate an all black school with an all white school, the very foundation of football’s great tradition was put to the test. Required Materials: ★ Remember the Titans DVD or Disney+ Streaming Capabilities
The Martian Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets
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The Martian Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets

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Looking for an interesting viewing guide for your science or current events class? This viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Viewing Guide is two pages and splits the movie into four parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) The guide asks basic questions about the science discussed in the movie. Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the Worksheet. This worksheet was designed as a part of my current events unit titled “Should Humans Colonize Space?” and the questions on the post-screening worksheet relates to that topic. Your students will analyze the content of the movie in regards to space travel and colonization and the movies representation of the topic. These worksheets are also included in Google Form format to be submitted digitally. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewed the movie in its entirety. Movie Synopsis: When astronauts blast off from the planet Mars, they leave behind Mark Watney (Matt Damon), presumed dead after a fierce storm. With only a meager amount of supplies, the stranded visitor must utilize his wits and spirit to find a way to survive on the hostile planet. Meanwhile, back on Earth, members of NASA and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring him home, while his crew mates hatch their own plan for a daring rescue mission. Required Materials: ★ The Martian (2015) DVD or Streaming Capabilities
Wreck It Ralph Movie Viewing Guide (Basic Computer Science)
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Wreck It Ralph Movie Viewing Guide (Basic Computer Science)

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Add an element of fun to your Computer Science unit with this “Wreck It Ralph” Movie Viewing Guide! This movie can be used as a review or introduction to basic computer science principles. The viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. Some of the questions revolve around how programming influences the characters, computer viruses, and network connections. Students can complete this lesson with very little background knowledge of the topic. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Viewing Guide that is split into four labeled sections. ★ Students can have a very basic understanding of computer science to complete this activity. Required Materials: ★ Wreck It Ralph DVD or Streaming Capabilities Feedback & Followers: Get this: You receive one TpT Credit for every $ you spend on TpT if you Provide Feedback — both a fair rating and a fair comment — on the items that you purchase. Every 100 Credits is worth $5 that you can apply towards future TpT purchases, but there’s no need to wait until you have 100 to redeem them. 50 credits are worth $2.50, for example! You can learn more right here. Follow me to be the first to know about my sales, freebies and new products! Look for the green star near my store name and click it to become a follower to receive updates directly to your inbox. If you have any questions, please send me an email! -Kellie @ Loquacious Learning Email: loquaciouslearning.tpt@gmail.com Pinterest: Loquacious Learning Instagram: Loquacious Learning
Hamilton Movie Viewing Guide & Research Worksheet *Print & Go Prep*
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Hamilton Movie Viewing Guide & Research Worksheet *Print & Go Prep*

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Add an element of fun to your American Revolution unit with this Hamilton Movie Viewing Guide and Research Worksheet! ** This movie can be used as a review of the American Revolution and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Viewing Guide is three pages and splits the movie into six parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the one page Research Worksheet. On the Research Worksheet, your students will be asked to compare certain events from the movie to the actual historical events and compare/contrast the movie’s portrayal to the historical events. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections: Part 1 - Ends after “You’ll Be Back” Part 2 - Ends after “That Would Be Enough” Part 3 - Ends after “Non-Stop” at Intermission Part 4 - Ends after “Washington on Your Side” Part 3 - Ends after “The Reynolds Pamphlet” Part 4 - Ends at the end of the musical ★ The Review Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewing the movie in its entirety. Required Materials: ★ Disney+ Streaming Service Here’s what other teachers are saying about this activity: ★ My students love Hamilton, and this was a great way to keep them engaged in watching it. It provided great scaffolding to later compare what actually happened vs the dramatization. ★ Extremely satisfied! ★ As always, Loquacious Learning created a top-notch resource.
World Trade Center Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets
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World Trade Center Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets

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This movie can be used as an introduction or review for your War on Terrorism unit and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Pre-Screening Guide should be completed before viewing the film and includes basic questions relating to the September 11 Terrorist Attacks. The Viewing Guide is two pages and splits the movie into four parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the Research Worksheet. On the post-screening worksheet, your students will analyze the content of the movie in regards to life during the time and the movie’s representation of the topic. These worksheets are also included in Google Form format to be submitted digitally. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to serve as an introduction or review of the topic. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewed the movie in its entirety. Movie Synopsis: On September, 11th 2001, after the terrorist attack to the World Trade Center, the building collapses over the rescue team from the Port Authority Police Department. Will Jimeno and his sergeant John McLoughlin are found alive trapped under the wreckage while the rescue teams fight to save them. Required Materials: ★ World Trade Center (2006) DVD or Streaming Capabilities
Jingle All the Way Movie Viewing Guide & Economics Worksheet *Print & Go Prep*
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Jingle All the Way Movie Viewing Guide & Economics Worksheet *Print & Go Prep*

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Add an element of fun to your Supply and Demand unit with this “Jingle All the Way” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet! This movie can be used as a review of the principles of supply and demand and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Viewing Guide is three pages and splits the movie into four parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the one page Worksheet. On the worksheet, your students will analyze the content of the movie in regards to economics topics such as supply, demand, elasticity, and production costs. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections: Part 1 - Ends after Howard leaves the toy store Part 2 - Ends after the raid on Santa’s factory Part 3 - Ends after Howard leaves Ted’s house Part 4 - Ends at the end of the movie ★ The Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewing the movie in its entirety. Required Materials: ★ Jingle All the Way DVD or Streaming Capabilities (Hulu Premium or Sling)
Mulan (2020) Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheet (Chinese Culture and Geography)
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Mulan (2020) Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheet (Chinese Culture and Geography)

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Add another interesting element to your Geography of China Unit with this “Mulan (2020)” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet. This lesson includes a pre-screening activity with basic questions about Geography and cultural concepts that might require students to conduct a little bit of research. The viewing guide is split into four sections to go along with the movie. Each of the four sections contains questions that are designed to make students think about the people and ideas at play in the film as well as to ensure that students are paying attention to the plot. ★ Please note that this guide is designed for the newest version of Mulan released in 2020 and the questions are not applicable to the older version of the film. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to be introduce students to basic concepts in the film relating to Chinese culture and geography before viewing the film. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Research Worksheet is designed to help students investigate the concepts and ideas presented in the movie as well as learn more about Chinese culture. Movie Synopsis: Acclaimed filmmaker Niki Caro brings the epic tale of China’s legendary warrior to life in Disney’s “Mulan,” in which a fearless young woman risks everything out of love for her family and her country to become one of the greatest warriors China has ever known. When the Emperor of China issues a decree that one man per family must serve in the Imperial Army to defend the country from Northern invaders, Hua Mulan, the eldest daughter of an honored warrior, steps in to take the place of her ailing father. Masquerading as a man, Hua Jun, she is tested every step of the way and must harness her inner-strength and embrace her true potential. It is an epic journey that will transform her into an honored warrior and earn her the respect of a grateful nation…and a proud father. Required Materials: ★ Mulan (2020) DVD or Disney+ Streaming Capabilities
Encanto Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheet (Latin American Culture and Geography)
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Encanto Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheet (Latin American Culture and Geography)

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Add another interesting element to your Geography of Latin America Unit with this “Encanto” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet. This lesson includes a pre-screening activity with basic questions about Geography and cultural concepts that might require students to conduct a little bit of research. The viewing guide is split into four sections to go along with the movie. Each of the four sections contains questions that are designed to make students think about the people and ideas at play in the film as well as to ensure that students are paying attention to the plot. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to be introduce students to basic concepts in the film relating to Latin American culture and geography before viewing the film. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Research Worksheet is designed to help students investigate the concepts and ideas presented in the movie as well as learn more about Latin American culture. Movie Synopsis: The Madrigals are an extraordinary family who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia in a charmed place called the Encanto. The magic of the Encanto has blessed every child in the family with a unique gift – every child except Mirabel. However, she soon may be the Madrigals last hope when she discovers that the magic surrounding the Encanto is now in danger.
ACT / SAT Prep Customizable Escape Room / Breakout Game
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ACT / SAT Prep Customizable Escape Room / Breakout Game

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This breakout was designed using The McGraw-Hill Education 1,715 ACT Practice Questions book and includes practice questions based off of those covered in the book. To complete the game, students will have to complete ACT and SAT related tasks in the areas of vocabulary, ELA, math, and science. You can use physical locks and a lock box or digital forms on a Google Form with this game. (The form is included with your purchase. See a free tutorial here!) This purchase includes: ★ A detailed document outlining each clue card, setup, and running the game ★ An answer sheet for students ★ An editable Google Slides document for all of the clue cards ★ A digital breakout Google Form that is pre-set to accept the correct answers for this game Notes: ★ Breakout games involve additional setup such as printing clues, color coding clues (if you let students work in teams), and in some cases writing on supplemental files with invisible ink ★ Supplies needed for this game include invisible ink pens, black light flashlights, and QR Readers ★ If you purchase this breakout and are not able to get all of the supplies, please get in touch with me. I can help you create alternate ways to present the clue to students if needed. ★ Most of these games involve clues that have a uniform answer, regardless of where the game is played. However, some games involve numbers such as pages in a dictionary or atlas. In these cases, the explanation document will tell you that you need to customize the answer based on your resources. ★ Please try the game at least one day before you would like to try it with your students and get in touch with me if you have any questions. I usually respond to emails within a few hours. Try it out beforehand to ensure that you completely understand how each clue can be solved. Here’s what other teachers are saying about this lesson: ★ This was a fun and entertaining game. ★ My ACT students love using escape games to review concepts, and this works very well for them. ★ ★ This students were very engaged and used critical thinking during this activity. ★ Fun activity! ★ Students love this! SAT can be stale but this made it fun for the students! ★ Can’t wait to use it again! ★ This was fun and engaging. Able to be converted to a homeschool classroom activity. Really enjoyed it. ★ Great way to end the term of the ACT Prep class. ★ This was fun and engaging for my students. ★ Good stuff! ★ My students loved this! Thank you! ★ This is a great resource for an SAT Prep class, which I am teaching for the first time… Students were engaged. Thanks! ★ My students like this SAT practice much more than the standard passages out of the practice book. ★ Helpful for test prep. ★ Great resources! My students love this activity! ★ Great resource. Kids loved it, worked perfectly for my classroom. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
The Devil Wears Prada Movie Guide + Worksheets (Business, Leadership, Ethics)
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The Devil Wears Prada Movie Guide + Worksheets (Business, Leadership, Ethics)

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Add an element of fun to your Business and Entrepreneurship classes with this “The Devil Wears Prada” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet! This movie can be used as a review of the principles of business, leadership, and ethics. The viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Pre-Screening Guide should be completed before viewing the film. The Viewing Guide splits the movie into four parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the one page Worksheet. On the worksheet, your students will analyze the content of the movie in regards to economics and business topics such as leadership, business, influence, improvements/innovations, and ethics. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Guide with basic questions about business ethics and leadership. ★ The Viewing Guide that is split into four labeled sections. ★ The Post-Screening Guide that ties in business, leadership, and ethics to the content of the film. ★ The document also includes a document listing all content in the film that is tied into the PG-13 Rating and a permission form that can be signed by parents before using it with your class. Required Materials: ★ The Devil Wears Prada DVD or Streaming Capabilities
*FREEBIE* Banned Books Week Stations Activity *Print & Go Prep*
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*FREEBIE* Banned Books Week Stations Activity *Print & Go Prep*

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This Station Activity will get your students moving while introducing them to the content that will learn throughout the unit. How the Lesson Works: ★ This lesson is made up of six stations that will allow your students to discuss the following topics: Station 1 - Risk vs. Reward (Close reading about the potential pros and cons of having the ability to challenge books) Station 2 - Can You Guess (Learning about different books and trying to determine which two books have not been challenged) Station 3 - Wanted…Dead or Alive (Learning about characters from popular books that have been challenged or banned and creating a wanted poster for that character) Station 4 - What’s Your Opinion (Close reading about the challenges against “The Hate U Give” and “All American Boys”) Station 5 - Banned Bios (Creating their own autobiography after learning about previously challenged or banned biographies/memoirs) Station 6 - Dig A Little Deeper (Choosing a banned book from a list and conducting a little bit of research about the challenges that have been issued against that title) ★ This activity can be completed by individual students or by teams of students with one answer sheet. ★ The stations are designed to be completed in ten to fifteen minutes. The entire lesson will take sixty minutes to complete. ★ Many of the stations involve writing opinions rather than facts, so there is not always necessarily a correct or incorrect answer. I’ve included a sample answer sheet to give you an idea of how students can respond to these prompts. ★ This purchase includes the six station cards, supplemental files for three of the stations, a student answer sheet, and a Notes for Teachers document explaining each station with tips and tricks. ★ All files come in a PDF format. Required Materials: ★ One of the stations require devices for visiting a webpage on ProCon.org and one of the stations has an optional digital version of the articles that can be used in place of the printed version. Any device with an internet connection will work.
Editable Substitute Plan Template ★ Quick and Easy Prep! ★
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Editable Substitute Plan Template ★ Quick and Easy Prep! ★

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This CUSTOMIZABLE sub binder template is the ideal tool to help you quickly create sub plans. This template includes the following sections: ★ Cover Sheet w/Teacher Name and Room Number ★ Table of Contents ★ Sub Plans (4 Period or 8 Period - Can be edited to fit your schedule!) ★ Bell Schedule ★ Daily Supervision and Duty Schedule ★ Class Roster and Seating Chart ★ Classroom Procedures ★ Technology Information ★ Contact Information ★ Emergency Procedures ★ Reflection and Notes This product includes templates for the substitute binder. You will need to enter all of the information specific to your school and schedule.