Reading Literature Resources
This board highlights upper elementary, middle school and high school English Language Arts resources! From novel units to workbooks, you'll find a ton of…
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Teaching poetry in middle school doesn't have to be challenging! This poetry journal will help students write poetry while learning about a variety of different types of poems. The poetry unit for middle school has several activities and projects for students to complete.
These seasonal flipbooks are the perfect activity for middle school ELA as the seasons change. The bundle includes spring activities for middle school, winter activities for middle school, summer activities for middle school and fall activities for middle school.
This Edgar Allan Poe unit is designed to keep students exciting, intrigued, and interactive throughout the entire study. The four stories/poems that are read include: The Tell-Tale Heart, The Black Cat, The Pit and the Pendulum, and The Raven. DIGITAL version of this resource included for distance learning. It is compatible with Google Slides and Google Classroom.
Are you prepping to get students ready for life after high school? This career ready bundle has everything you need to make students feel prepared for life beyond the classroom. This product includes: Resume, Cover letter, and Interview Unit, What NOT to do during an interview, Speed interview activity, Build-a-goal-board (SMART goals)
30 pages of no-prep materials that are designed to help students think beyond the text and outside of the box. This package includes 5 activities that work perfectly with ANY novel. You can use this as a WHOLE class novel study (where all students are reading the same novel) OR as an independent novel study (where each student is reading a different novel).
This package includes 5 activities that work perfectly with ANY novel. You can use this as a WHOLE class novel study (where all students are reading the same novel) OR as an independent novel study (where each student is reading a different novel). 30 pages of no-prep materials that are designed to help students think beyond the text and outside of the box.
This interactive bulletin board is a way to encourage students to TELL THEIR STORY and share it with their peers. I’ve included 21 different journal writing prompts for students to choose in this resource. Simply print and display them in your classroom.
This product provides a template for a game I've titled, Literary Jenga. It includes 54 task cards for each Jenga piece. The game is differentiated and competitive with each piece being a different number of points based on question complexity. For example: pink questions are 2 point and focus on recall and understand questionse whereas green questions are 4 points and focus on apply and analyze style questions. Enjoy!
This product is created with black and white fonts & graphics for easy/cheap printing and serves as an adult coloring book as well. -The workbook can be used with ANY novel in the 7-12 grade range. This resource is designed to work with any novel in the middle and high school ELA classroom. Students will complete hands-on, interactive assignments in their workbook throughout the entire unit.