Famous Quotes 11
In this thinking skills learning exercise, students read a quote from Helen Keller and then write what they think it means on the lines. Students also try to provide an example of how they can or do apply the quote to their own life.
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The Comma: Usage Rules and Practice
How do you use a comma? The comma is the topic for the day, and here's a worksheet to help it all make sense. Intended for high schoolers preparing for the GED, but useful for many grade levels because information is presented so...
3rd - 12th English Language Arts
Teaching the Short Story - Teacher's Packet
Get your writers composing their own short stories by following some or all of the ideas included here. You'll find short lessons and activities, handouts and assignment pages, sample paragraphs and sentences, and all sorts of great...
6th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
The Making of the Mahatma: Gandhi's Childhood
Students investigate the childhood of one of the greatest philosophers of our time, Gandhi. In this biography lesson plan, students analyze the upbringing and events that finally shaped Mahatma Gandhi's life. Students locate famous...
3rd - 6th Visual & Performing Arts
What's In a Name?
Introduce your language arts class to connotation, denotation, and diction. Middle schoolers identify and differentiate between the connotative and denotative meanings of words by analyzing the fictitious sports team names. Learners...
6th - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable