This project will allow students to tell a short story from another character's perspective. They can complete this project after the read a short story or created a short story of their own. This is a great way to get the students creative juices flowing :) This product comes complete with: A Plot Diagram A Task/ Project A List of Suggested Short Stories to Use A Rough Draft Template A Peer Edit Sheet A Checklist A Final Draft
FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! This product is includes:~The full text of "The Wife of His Youth" by Charles Chestnut~ 2 Extended Prose Response Questions ~ During Reading Graphic Organizer for the Southern DialectThis short story is perfect for studying and analyzing PARCC texts with a twist at the end!
Analyzing short stories is a great way to help teach students about elements of literature, making inferences, analyzing language, and as a springboard into writing. Tips for helping students interact with and analyse such texts
This product is designed for higher primary, middle and high school students. It has detailed questions related to students' learning journey. This can either be used for each subject area or for each of the days of the week to include what is covered in classes during the day.
Here is a ready-to-go resource on Direct Object Complement that includes an introduction to complements and direct object complements with definitions and examples. This is followed by a worksheet for student practice along with an answer sheet.This is designed to align with Grade 7 common core requirements as well as any Year 7 English Grammar standards.Hope you find this resource useful!Check out more quality, ready-to-use resources:More from Re-sources Galore Follow me on:PinterestCLICK…
This product is includes:~The full text of "The Wife of His Youth" by Charles Chestnut~ 2 Extended Prose Response Questions ~ During Reading Graphic Organizer for the Southern DialectThis short story is perfect for studying and analyzing PARCC texts with a twist at the end!!!!
A complete packet for the beloved short story by Truman Capote. Great for a holiday activity, a memoir or personal narrative unit, or a cross-curricular Depression unit with social studies. In-depth comprehension questions based on literary terms such as mood, characterization, theme, symbol, exposition/climax/falling action, and more.
Frederick Douglass, Non-Fiction Activity to use for ANY Novel with Slavery Theme