Mythology, folklore, and religion. Bibliomania - Free Online Literature and Study Guides. Grade 10 Short Stories & Poems. Check this page regularly; I will be adding links here for those stories and poems available online.
“The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin Pay attention to the irony present within the following story. “The Interlopers” by Saki Pay attention to the character development of both Mary and her husband in the following story by Roald Dahl. Can you find the irony in the story by Dahl, as well? “Lamb to the Slaughter” Villanelle Examples.
RTscripts - Dr. Chase Young. Selfie. Photo: UPI/Ron Sachs/Pool Yes, indeed.
The word “selfie” has been selected English Word of the Year 2013 by Oxford Dictionaries. The Oxford Dictionary defines the “selfie” as “a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website”. The word was first used in Australia in 2002, but its use in the last year has increased by over 17,000%! Selfiecity. 552918. 26 Sentence Stems For Higher-Level Discussion In The Classroom. 26 Sentence Stems For Higher-Level Conversation In The Classroom by Terry Heick Meaningful conversation can make learning more personal, immediate, and emotional.
During meaningful conversations, students are forced to be accountable for their positions, to listen, to analyze opposing perspectives, and to adapt their thinking on the fly. Graphic Novels and Manga in the Classroom. Short Story Downloads - Middle School English. ''The Monkey's Paw'' Short Story & Activities: Literature Activity. Highlights Earth Day Kids love hearing about the Earth and ways we can be better to our environment!
Movie Segments for Warm-ups and Follow-ups: Shakespeare in Love & Gnomeo and Juliet: Shakespeare, Elizabethan Theater, Romeo and Juliet. I love Shakespeare and talking about such a wonderful writer might foster students' reading habits.
Work in groups. Try to explain what these lines mean with your own words. Celebrate Halloween! Contribute to ReadWriteThink / RSS / FAQs / Site Demonstrations / Contact Us / About Us See more like this What’s Happening This Week There is much more to explore in our calendar.
Find other important events in literary history, authors' birthdays, and a variety of holidays, each with related lessons and resources. More Looking for age-appropriate book recommendations, author interviews, and fun activity ideas? Chatting About Books: Recommendations for Young Readers. Halloween Web Hunt. What gets buried along with a mummy?
What do vampire bats eat for dinner? And whose brain is behind Frankenstein? Search for these and other frightful facts and discover the history of Halloween traditions in this web hunt. 1. White Dog - Ghost Stories. Once there was a boy who had a friendly white dog named Ghost.
Joey and Ghost were best friends. They loved to roam the countryside looking for adventure. They climbed rocks and waded through cool streams. Joey's neighbors all liked Ghost, too. One day, Farmer Green saw the two friends walk by his farm. Scary Halloween Stories: Creepy Ghost Stories for Halloween Night! Susan and Ned were driving through a wooded empty section of highway.
Lightning flashed, thunder roared, the sky went dark in the torrential downpour. Fractured Fairy Tales: Introduction. Colwell. 5 Web Tools to Create Awesome Digital Newspapers for Your Class. To help you create digital newspapers for your class, we curated a list of some of our favorite web tools for this purpose.
The list below is an updated version of the list we created last year. enjoy 1- Issuu This is my favorite. To create a newspaper using Issuu , all you need to do is upload the content of your news paper into Issuu and choose the template you like and there you go. The tool is free and requires a sign up. k12.thoughtfullearning. I knelt beside my sons’ toy closet, hauling out a strange menagerie of action figures. Here was a headless Tauntaun from Star Wars. There was the Smog Monster from Godzilla. How about the empty robe of a Nazgul from Lord of the Rings, or the Pokemon that kids call Gyarados but that most adults couldn’t name—let alone describe?
“What are you doing with all those old toys, Dad?” Asked my youngest son. “Teaching descriptive writing,” I replied cryptically. Twenty-four hours later, I arrived in Chicago at the Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English, towing that huge suitcase full of weird action figures. NY77 THE COOLEST YEAR IN HELL Documentary. Watch.
Short Story Unit - Mrs. Hanson's Kelvin Classroom. Overview: During this Short Story Unit we will read, discuss and analyze 6-8 short stories written by authors from around the world. Unit Objectives:1. Practice close reading/annotation skills2. Develop critical thinking/reading skills through a variety of individual and group responding to text questions/discussion activities 3.
Review Short Story Elements4. Assessment: Critical Response Writing. Grade 10 Short Stories & Poems. Reader's Theater Scripts and Plays for the Classroom. Reader's Theater Scripts and Plays Readers Theater is a dramatic presentation of a written work in a script form.
Readers read from a "script" and reading parts are divided among the readers. No memorization, costumes, blocking, or special lighting is needed. RTscripts - Dr. Chase Young. Reader's Theater Editions (Readers Theatre, Free Scripts, Short Children's Plays) Reader’s Theater Editions are free scripts for reader’s theater (or readers theatre) adapted from stories written by Aaron Shepard and others—mostly humor, fantasy, and world tales from a variety of cultures. A full range of reading levels is included, with scripts aimed mostly at ages 8–15.
Selfie. Selfiecity. 26 Sentence Stems For Higher-Level Discussion In The Classroom. 26 Sentence Stems For Higher-Level Conversation In The Classroom Meaningful conversation can make learning more personal, immediate, and emotional. During meaningful conversations, students are forced to be accountable for their positions, to listen, to analyze opposing perspectives, and to adapt their thinking on the fly. There are many popular strategies for these kinds of conversations, each with slightly unique rules and applications. Among them are Socrative Discussions, Accountable Talks, Debate, and Literature Circles. Whichever strategy you employ, students need support. Graphic Novels and Manga in the Classroom. Short Story Downloads - Middle School English. Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals.
Movie Segments for Warm-ups and Follow-ups. Celebrate Halloween! White Dog. White Dog. Scary Halloween Stories: Creepy Ghost Stories for Halloween Night! Fractured Fairy Tales: Introduction. Colwell.