In this lesson, students will analyze Orwellâ€™s carefully chosen words, details, repetitions, and characterizations in these first few pages, students can construct a strong understanding of some of the key features of this society that will give them a solid framework for comprehending the rest of the novel.
In this lesson, the students will read and reread the passage closely and focusing their reading through a series of questions and discussion about the text, students will be able to understand the structure and purpose of this particular soliloquy and how it delves into universal themes regarding the human condition.
In this lesson, the students will get practice in reading and writing habits that they have been working with throughout the curriculum, in this case using poetry.
In this lesson, students can explore for themselves the problem Tom Sawyer faced, how he â€œsolvedâ€ his conundrum, and what he learned about human nature in the process. When combined with writing about the passage, students will learn to appreciate how Twainâ€™s humor contains a deeper message and to derive satisfaction from struggling to master complex text.
I'm ready to begin my job search. What geographic locations am I willing to work? The Power Point Presentation explains the following concepts: job searching, the benefits of networking,searching the internet, and where to find jobs.
In this lesson, students will discover how much they can learn from this mixed genre memoir/biography about what inspires life choices.
In this lesson, students will explore the various beliefs and points of view Douglass experienced as he became increasingly aware of the unfairness of his life. Students will need to consider the emotional context of words and how diction (word choice) affects an authorâ€™s message.
In this lesson, the students will read and reread the passage closely combined with classroom discussion about it, students will identify why and how farming practices have changed, as well as identify Pollanâ€™s point of view on the subject.
The students will read and reread the passage closely, and focusing their reading through either a series of questions and discussion about the text or the structured journal approach outlined here, students will come away with a working knowledge of the digestive system, its parts, and how they function together.
In this lesson plan, students will learn rondo form, perform a two part partner song complete with "orffstration", and learn possible recorder accompaniment.
In this lesson exemplar, students will participate in critical discussion of two stories that illuminate important, yet divergent, experiences of war and conflict.
In this lesson, the students will focus their reading through a series of questions and discussion about the text, students will explore the questions Monk raises and perhaps even pursue additional avenues of inquiry