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Oreo Cookie Writing
Young scholars explore the concept of response writing. In this writing lesson, Oreo cookies are used as motivational tool and writing prompt. Students develop a summary of the events that took place when the Oreos were given out.
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Oreo's and Teaching Good Response Writing
Twelfth graders use a bag of oreo cookies to write a critical response to how they feel about passing around the bag. In this critical response lesson plan, 12th graders use the technique of critical response instead of summarizing to...
12th English Language Arts
Rules For Using Irregular Verbs
Add to the grammar toolboxes of young scholars with this comprehensive resource on irregular verbs. Offering clear instruction with the help of numerous examples, this reference document is perfect for upper-elementary English language...
2nd - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Compare and Contrast a Cookie and a Cracker
Students write an essay comparing and contrasting two like items. In this informative writing instructional activity, students use a Venn diagram to compare and contrast a cracker and an Oreo cookie. Students write an informative five...
7th - 8th English Language Arts
Show, Don't Tell: The First Rule of Writing
Model for young writers how to create pictures in the minds of readers with a series of slides that demonstrate how sensory appeals enliven writing. The presentation includes opportunities for viewers to practice showing writing.
7th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Putting on the Ritz, Oreo, and Saltines
Students examine the physical properties of Ritz crackers, Oreo cookies, and Saltines using their 5 senses. In this compare and contrast activity, students create a Venn diagram with their findings and write a power paragraph with a...
3rd - 5th English Language Arts