Treasure Island Teacher Resources
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Treasure Island XXVIII: Operations of Intelligent Behavior
Are you reading Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson in your class? Provide your class with this reading guide for chapter 28. Readers respond to 10 questions, and there's a page dedicated to explaining the purpose and directions to use the worksheet effectively.
10th - 12th English Language Arts
Finding Treasure Island; An Exciting Escape
Learners read Treasure Island. They have a choice of a number of activities associated with the novel, including writing a review of the book. Students also participate in a National Geographic High Seas Adventure, going on an Internet Treasure Hunt, or studying about the the life of Robert Louis Stevenson.
1st - 5th English Language Arts
Reading and Writing Program Using Core Knowledge Literature
Students improve their reading and writing skills using Step Up to Writing and Six Traits of Writing techniques. Students complete a Robinson Crusoe vocabulary crossword, a Treasure Island character analysis web, reading comprehension questions for Pollyanna workbook, Fire on the Mountain vocabulary activity, a critique for Treasure Island, Treasure Island chapter and vocabulary activities, and Pollyanna character descriptions.
4th English Language Arts
There's a Method to My Madness!
Fifth graders determine the most significant events in the novel. As a class, they create a concept map of "Motive". Working in small groups, 5th graders create a concept map for their pre-selected character showing motive in each of the five main events.
5th English Language Arts
New Review Pirate Dictionary
Shiver me timbers, this here resource is a great way to teach young landlubbers to speak the language of the briny deep. Including over 30 different words and phrases, complete with definitions and guide words, this dictionary will have your class talking like pirates in no time.
2nd - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
We're Gonna Have A Party
First graders explore map skills. They discuss the map vocabulary and use directions to find a location on a map. Students discuss and use the components of a map to answer a variety of questions. They use the map and directions to find an item hidden in the classroom.
1st Social Studies & History
New Review What’s Your Coordinate?
Your middle schoolers will show what they know with their bodies when they become the coordinate plane in this conceptual development unit. Starting with the characteristics of the coordinate plane, learners develop their skills by acting out the graphing of points on the life-sized grid and then on paper.
5th - 8th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Global Climate Change and Sea Level Rise
Ice is nice, and its condition on the planet has a significant effect. Junior geoscientists experiment with ice melting in both water and on land to discover how each affect the rising sea level. This detailed lesson outline even includes photographs of the lab setup so that no questions remain.
3rd - 8th Science