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This is an in-depth novel study of Louis Sachar’s Holes in which students will delve into literary elements of the book, analyze various topics and themes, write arguments and opinions, conduct research and more! This unit is designed for advanced 6th-8th graders and High School students.
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This unit is designed to give students practice reading and answering questions on the given scientific and historic informational provided in the text. The main subject of the text: Spring migration of swallows returning to the historic Mission San Juan Capistrano. After reading, students will be asked to answer multiple choice and short answer questions.
For further expansion of the lesson, there are 6 math word problems and a research, writing assignment.
- Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 6.1
- Gunning Fog Index: 7.7
This generic novel study unit can be used with any book and includes multiple ways to engage students and encourage reading comprehension! It is a great tool to study literature as students focus on literary elements like setting, plot, characterization, conflict, resolution and theme in an interactive way!
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Complete novel study for Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (196 pages). Includes:
– Author’s Biography
– Novel Introduction
– Characters and Themes
– Quotes and Analysis
– Teaching Guides dividing the novel into 5 sections w/
* Chapter Summaries, Thought Questions and Vocabulary
* Student Handouts
* Student Worksheets, Assessments & Keys
– Final Assessments
Download of the Novel here on My Teaching Library:
Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen)
Add some literary device spice into your Christmas lesson plans with this set of analogy worksheets inspired by Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. This product includes 5 worksheets: 3 short answer (with word banks) and 2 multiple choice. Answer Keys provided
The Christmas carol, Silent Night, is one of the world’s most well known Christmas songs. Written in 1816 by an Austrian priest named Father Josef Mohr, it has since been translated into more than 140 different languages and was even sung as part of the ‘Christmas Truce’ during World War I in 1914. Historic facts like these are included in this informational text.
Designed for 5th-8th grade students, American Crocodile Informational Text and Crossword Puzzle will provide students with details about the only crocodile native to the Americas in the following categories:
* Differences from alligators
* Distribution and Habitat
* Food and Growth
After reading the text (3 pages), students are to complete the crossword puzzle. Answer Key provided.
Biography & Analysis of Works – William Faulkner