This resource includes practice on making predictions and identifying foreshadowing in writing. Students are prompted to make a prediction and identify the foreshadowing that generated the prediction. The resource also includes guided notes on foreshadowing as well as tips on how to add foreshadowing to your writing. There is also a quiz at the end of the worksheet!
THEME: Identifying the LESSON of a story or poem (Notes, Practice, and Quiz)
This resources helps students learn how to identify the theme of a story or poem. No prep required! It includes: - Smart Start: Editing - Quickwrite - Guided Notes - Guided Practice - Group Activity - Quiz / Demonstration of Learning Resources: - "War" Lyrics - "Help" Lyrics - "One Tribe" Lyrics - "Jack and Mollie" Answer Key Included!
This all inclusive lesson plan/worksheet provides detailed instruction on onomatopoeia and allusions. It includes: -Do Now/Bellringer -Guided Notes (Onomatopoeia) -Guided Practice (Onomatopoeia) -Independent Practice (Onomatopoeia) -Guided Notes (Allusion) -Guided/Independent Practice (Allusions) -Quiz (Onomatopoeia and Allusions) -Answer Key included
This students prepares students to master the concept of imagery and sensory details in poetry. It includes: -Quickwrite/Life Connection: Think about about your favorite memory & describe what you saw, heard, smelled, tasted, and touched. -Imagery Guided Notes -Guided Practice using "Petals" -Partner Practice using "Ode to Mi Gato" -Indepedent Practice/Quiz using "Ode to La Tortilla
STAAR Reading Comprehension Practice- "The Hungry Pet"
This narrative practice passage and comprehension questions help students practice and prepare for the STAAR and other common core assessments. It includes about text structure, author's purpse/style, drawing conclusions using text evidence, characterization, plot sequence. It includes: -Kim's Hungry Pet- Complete Passage -6 STAAR aligned comprehension questions regarding the concepts listed above. -Answer Key
Students will be able to explain how authors use refrains and figurative language to create meaning in poetry. This lesson includes: 1. Hook: Identifying the refrain/repetition in "I have a dream" 2. Vocabulary: Refrain & Theme 3. "Dreams" by Langston Hughes: Figurative language, refrain, and theme. 4. "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstong: Figurative language, refrain, and theme 5. "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes: Figurative Language, refrain, & theme 6. "Still I Rise" by Maya…
This product is an ideal product to supplement your classroom management / behavior intervention plan. I recommend creating a behavior reflection station in your classroom with a binder full of these behavior reflection sheets. Students will: - Identify the rule (or rules) he or she broke - Describe what he / she was doing to break the rule - Provide parent contact information - Write the rule he / she broke 20 times
PARTS of a STORY: Setting, Characters, Conflict, and Plot
This printable worksheet helps students understand the concepts of setting, characters, conflict, and plot. It includes: 1. Quickwrite: Summarize the last TV show or movie you watched. 2. Quickwrite: What does every good story have in common? 3. Vocabulary: Setting, Characters, Conflict, Plot 4. "Do the Right Thing" Story 5. Comprehension questions involving setting, characters, conflict, and plot.
Point of View Lesson (First Person, Second Person, Third Limited and Omniscient)
This all inclusive lesson plan prepares students to master the concept of POINT OF VIEW. (1st person, 2nd person, 3rd person limited, and 3rd person omniscient)It includes-Do now/Bellringer (Thinking about point of view)-Guided Notes- Point of View (1st, 2nd, 3rd limited, 3rd omniscient)-Guided Practice (Identify point of view and provide text evidence)-Independent Practice (Identify point of view and provide text ...