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The Novel: a unit for any novel {secondary English}

Novel teaching and novel study resources for any novel. This resource is filled with assignments, activities, organizers, and more. Teaching novels for secondary ELA students. Middle school novel study. High school novel study. Middle school English novel.

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Bell Ringers to Establish Classroom Community. Writing prompts for love, acceptance, tolerance, and diversity. Ideal for high school and middle school students.

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Bell Ringers to Establish Classroom Community. Writing prompts for love, acceptance, tolerance, and diversity. Ideal for high school and middle school students.

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Teaching high school and middle school English. My entire curriculum and how I teach in my classroom. The first six weeks of school. Back to school. Short stories. Narrative writing.

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20 Positive Behavior Rewards that Aren't Food

20 Whole-Class Rewards that Aren't Food. Perfect for positive behavior rewards and goal setting! (The Brown Bag Teacher)

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Great Shark Tank lesson! Awesome free history/social studies lesson for SHARK TANK in the high school classroom!

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Task Cards are so Versatile, ​Even in Middle and High School! ​They are great because students feel they have a choice in which task they do first and in middle school this is a great way to engage students. Read all about 9 Ways to use task cards!

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FREE Pi Day Challenge! This free math activity is a fun Pi Day challenge for students in upper elementary, middle school, or high school grades. Students must measure the circumference and diameter of their circle, divide, and see who can get the closest to pi! Make Pi Day fun this year with this FREE activity!

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