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At the start of this lesson, students will review the friendly letter format as the teacher reads I Wanna Iguana and I... see more

In this lesson, students will listen to and read literature where figurative language (specifically idioms) are used to... see more

Students will participate in various activities to increase their use of effective word choice. They will use concrete... see more

Using the book Crickwing, students will understand the connection a writer needs to make between the words they use and... see more

In this lesson, students will use news magazines such as Time for Kids, Science News for Kids, or other news magazines to... see more

Using the book Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan, students will complete a graphic organizer and identify the main idea... see more

In this lesson, students will listen for key details in a nonfiction text about polar bears. They will work at completing... see more

This lesson uses an assortment of books about jobs to review main idea, details, and nonfiction text features.

In this lesson, students will read to determine meaning, tone, and impact of words and phrases in Carl Sandburg's... see more

This lesson provides students an opportunity to closely read Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery" and analyze the impact of... see more

Students will read and interpret the "Narrative of the Captivity", identify and analyze how Rowlandson's use of allusion... see more

In this lesson (part two of a two-part unit), students will read the poem “Florida” by Elizabeth Bishop and... see more

In this lesson, students will read the poem “Florida” by Elizabeth Bishop and code the text for positive and... see more

This Model Eliciting Activity (MEA) is written at a 4th grade level. In this open-ended problem, students must consider... see more

This is a fun lesson which requires students to compare the characters of two familiar texts, as well as form an opinion... see more

Students will move like their favorite animal and identify what the movement is called. Then they will interact with a... see more

In this lesson, students will learn about camping by reading stories about familiar characters that have gone camping,... see more

This lesson focuses on the words Who, What, When, and Where to learn about details in nonfiction text related to the... see more

This Model Eliciting Activity (MEA) is written at a Kindergarten grade level. In teams, students will make decisions... see more

In this lesson, students will review two versions of The Three Little Pigs as they identify and describe the... see more

In this lesson, students will learn common antonyms and will participate in an antonym matching game. They will also... see more

In this lesson, students will be able to create text based questions utilizing informational text.

The purpose of this lesson is to provide a culminating assignment after reading the classic novel Animal Farm by George... see more

In this lesson, students will gather research and engage in a series of debates to determine the "Supreme Superhero." As... see more