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Here's a free worksheet/handout that goes along with the novel The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. It's included with my complete unit, along wit...

Students love The Hunger Games, but their fascination doesn't have to be an obsession with popular culture. Great teachers recognize the potential to transform something entertaining into something educational. In the spirit of turning popular culture into a teachable moment, is proud to present Sparking Their Interest: Engaging Students with Catching Fire, an an amazing lesson plan created for by Tracee Orman: Teach 100 blogger and curator of the site Hunger Games…

The Literature of Slaves Unit

This CCSS aligned unit provides a literary and historical overview of the literature of American slaves for a high school English class. Students read and analyze informational and literary texts, write a poem and/or argumentative essay, and finish the unit with a written test. Includes readings, quizzes, analysis questions, graphic organizers, assignments and teacher keys. $

Sometimes coming up with a lesson plan on the spot feels like building a fire when it's 75 degrees below zero. These "To Build a Fire" lesson plan will set learning ablaze in your classroom. They're student ready. They're teacher ready.

Socratic Soccer Ball! A fun English Language Arts game and active way to do Socratic Seminars