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Novel teaching and novel study resources for any novel. This resource is filled with assignments, activities, organizers, and more. Teaching novels for secondary ELA students. Middle school novel study. High school novel study. Middle school English novel.

The Novel: a unit for any novel {secondary English}

Novel teaching and novel study resources for any novel. This resource is filled with assignments, activities, organizers, and more. Teaching novels for secondary ELA students.

Teaching critical thinking using fairytales. Add some depth and complexity to your instruction and student learning. Everything you need to introduce and teach the 11 "Thinking Tools" of critical thinking to your students. $

Depth and Complexity Teaching Critical Thinking Using Fairytales

Teaching critical thinking using fairytales -depth & complexity 11 "Thinking Tools" of critical thinking to your students.

Teach ANY novel to your secondary students with this unit! It includes activities, assignments, and writing prompts that can be used with any novel!

The Novel: a unit for any novel {secondary English}

Teach ANY novel to your secondary students with this unit! It includes activities, assignments, and writing prompts that can be used with any novel!

High school English teachers and middle school English teachers looking for the most engaging (and time saving) lesson plans -- look no further. This is a treasure trove.

High school English teachers and middle school English teachers looking for the most engaging (and time saving) lesson plans -- look no further. This is a treasure trove. I especially like the Fidget Spinner topic.

LEARNING STATIONS FOR INDEPENDENT READING: Use learning stations in middle and high school English when students are reading their own novels.

Learning station ideas for rotational learning. Allows students to have the needed guidance during independent activities.

Modern Tech + Classic Lit. | Laura Randazzo – Solutions for the Secondary Classroom

Incorporating technology and classic literature for middle school and high school students. This allows students to be creative and prove that they understand a character/text!

The most fun you've ever had introducing Literature Circles! Check out this blog post for details!

Literature Students can introduce stories by having a book tasting in the classroom. Students who are reading the same book can come together to discuss the book.

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