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Give Me Five Poster (Good Listening Rules)
K - 6th CCSS: Adaptable
Stop struggling to get the attention of your class members by establishing a concrete, manageable system from the get-go. Here is a poster that sets forth five specific rules for good listeners, from keeping your eyes on the speaker to...
Dialogue Rules, Worksheet, and Writing Assignment
3rd - 10th CCSS: Adaptable
Punctuating dialogue properly can be tricky, but your pupils can become punctuation masters with practice. This resource includes an explanatory page that describes the rules of writing dialogue and provides examples. On the second page,...
Looking Closely at Stanza 1—Identifying Rules to Live By Communicated in “If”
6th CCSS: Designed
Here is a activity in which pupils connect themes and rules to live by from the story Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis to those found in the poem If by Rudyard Kipling. First, scholars discuss their reading and review Bud's...
Asking Probing Questions and Choosing a Research Topic
6th CCSS: Designed
Begin the writing journey of an evidence-based essay detailing a rule to live by with a variety of activities to familiarize learners with the topic and jump start the brainstorming process. First, pupils take part in an in-depth review...
Pronunciation: The Sounds /s/, /z/ or, /iz/? Consonant Clusters with "s"
6th - 12th
Instruct your class on how to pronounce /s/ sounds with this resource. Learners fill in the final /s/ sound into blanks, listen to plural sounds, learn about the rules of the target sound, write sentences, and work with consonant...
Unit 2: Analyzing Structure and Communicating Theme in Literature
6th CCSS: Adaptable
Accompany your classroom's reading of Bud Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis with a 17-lesson unit designed to spark critical thinking, dialogue, and stretch writing muscles. The EngageNY collection goes beyond pupils' reading comprehension to identify the rules Bud lived by and how he was successful or unsuccessful at following them. Scholars then take a step further by comparing their reading to the poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling. To conclude the series, class members work through the writing process to complete an evidence-based essay examining one of Bud's life rules.