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This is a culmination of my own anchor charts, plus the best anchor charts that I could find online. This is a great place to find effective charts that get to the heart of what you are teaching in workshop. If you have a favorite chart that you'd like to add, please contact me! Also, if I have not properly given credit for an anchor chart, let me know so that I can fix it.

Literary analysis outline

Literary Analysis Outline: Introductory Statement: Your chance to get the reader’s attention and display ...

What to Include in a Rhetorical Analysis

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Lemme just tell you. This lesson is amazing for lots of reasons. It gets your kids up and moving. They want to move. Hence, fidget spinner mania. It gets your kids collaborating with one another. It forces your students to "out smart" one another, in the friendly spirit of academic excellence of course. (Duh.) It forces your…

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Are you teaching in South Carolina or another state that is now using Text Dependent Analysis for the writing portion of the state test? These passages and questions were developed with you in mind! This is different from Step-By-Step Text Evidence resource.
Help your students learn how to closely read and analyze nonfiction in your middle school ELA or high school English classroom with these helpful tips. Teaching nonfiction | Strategies for Teaching Retoric | Rhetoric Teaching Strategies |
A complete collection of Hatchet teaching materials for teaching Hatchet virtually online or in-person in your classroom!Includes pre-reading activities and resources, character resources, vocabulary and allusions work, active reading guides for note-taking, literary analysis activities specifically for this text, reading comprehension questions, end-of-unit assessments including quizzes, and tests, and more for teaching Hatchet by Gary Paulsen remotely online in virtual or in-person classrooms.
Understanding & identifying character traits is a great foundational skill to have when working on point of view, character analysis, & perspective. Help students to make personal connections to the characters & text. Help students distinguish the difference between character’s feelings/emotions vs. traits, as well as physical traits vs. personality traits. Mentor posters for 23 different character traits to help understand & see the variety of things that make a character who they are.