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Wuthering Heights Lesson Plans for teachers. Activities and discussion ideas.

Wuthering Heights Lesson Plans for teachers. Activities and discussion ideas.

Wuthering Heights Activity Mini Bundle

Wuthering Heights Activity Mini Bundle

Wuthering Heights Activity Mini Bundle Do you have enough fun activities planned for Wuthering Heights? Check out this mini bundle to add to your files.

Adverbs Anchor Chart- This blog post contains a free adverb activity idea, too!

Anchors Away Monday Adverbs (Loved that Lesson!) by Crafting Connections! and a great project to do to reinforce the concept!

Create a "get to know you" sheet that requires them to use hashtags!

Students use hash tags to practice one-word summary writing. Can use as quick check for understanding of events, people, or theories.- use as one word summary of historical events or periods.

The western novel Shane is a great read for students looking for an introduction into the western genre. A bad guy gone good, the title character fights for small farm owners against the large cattle rancher and his gunslinger ranch hands. This 4 page document covers the first two chapters of the 16 chapter novel with study questions, vocabulary, and enrichment questions that tie the Wild West story to history and make connections to society today. An answer key is included. Grades 6-12…

Reading Shane, the western gunslinger gone good? This 25 page document covers the entire novel of Shane, with questions and vocabulary covering all 16 chapters

How To Be More Creative | Infographic creativity "If you try to hard to avoid failure, you'll also avoid success."

How To Be More Creative

How to Break Out of a Creative Rut Think you need to be some kind of genius to be exceptionally creative? In fact, it’s a common misconception that only highly intelli

The supernatural in Shakespeare [infographic

The supernatural in Shakespeare [infographic

Despite the real world enmity towards witchcraft and other “occult” practices at the time, several plays in the late and early centuries reflected a fascination with the supernatural. In Shakespeare’s works there are references to Fairy.

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