Do You Noh the rules?
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Young scholars write to form through mimic writing. In this theatre study lesson plan, students, given the conventions of an established theatrical form, write to the specific requirements of an assigned genre.
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Dialogue Rules, Worksheet, and Writing Assignment
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,...
3rd - 10th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Vocabulary Unit 6.3: Jobs and Professions
What do you call someone who works in politics? Or comedy? Have learners practice the names of jobs and professions with a vocabulary activity, which features a word bank to use for fill-in-the-blank activities. The activity also...
4th - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Capitalization Rules 7-15 Worksheet 2
Are holidays capitalized? What about seasons? After introducing your class to some basic capitalization rules, print these sheets for practice. In the first exercise, learners circle letters that should be capitalized. Then in part two,...
7th - 9th English Language Arts
Are You a Comma-Kazi?
Let's eat Grandma! Help learners avoid comma errors that cause confusion by reviewing the rules with a 34-slide PowerPoint. Practice the short activities provided to check for understanding. This comprehensive comma creation is a...
4th - 9th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
What Do You Really Mean?: Satire, Irony, and Social Commentary
Did you know that the term sarcasm come from a Greek word meaning to tear flesh? If you are considering a study of satire, parody, or irony, your class will benefit from a look at key terms associated with social commentary.
10th - 12th English Language Arts