The Teacher is Missing
Students create a set of class rules. For this literature lesson, students listen to the story "Miss Nelson is Missing". After listening to the story, students brainstorm and develop a set of class rules.
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Compare and Contrast: Miss Nelson is Missing
Compare and contrast two characters from the book Miss Nelson is Missing. Using a Venn Diagram, have pupils compare and contrast personal characteristics between Miss Nelson and Miss Swamp. Individuals can then share their responses with...
1st - 2nd English Language Arts
Introduce Vocabulary: Miss Bindergarten Stays Home (Slate)
What is Miss Bindergarten up to now? Joseph Slate's story Miss Bindergarten Stays Home is an excellent resource for budding readers to practice five vocabulary words in context: advise, lesson, lovely, strum, and substitute. As they...
K - 3rd English Language Arts
Miss Nelson is Missing / Miss Nelson Is Back- Lesson 2
Students read and analyze a story. In this compare and contrast lesson, students re-read Miss Nelson is Missing and use a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast Miss Nelson and Miss Viola Swamp. Students write about their favorite part...
2nd - 5th English Language Arts