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Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View with Pictures! This is an amazing way to teach literacy skills!

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FREE!! Winter Print and Go 4th and 5th Grade ELA FREEBIE!!! This is a HUGE 15+ page freebie from Kristine Nannini! Perfect for review, as an assessment, morning work, in a center, as homework, and more!

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Sentence Structure: Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex Sentences

Complete sentence structure unit. Includes an editable PowerPoint presentation, worksheets, assessments, and a hands-on activity. This resource is ideal for middle school ELA and high school English. Perfect for ELA test prep and grammar review.

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This lesson is a FREE sample lesson from the unit Folktales, Fairytales, and Fables, Oh My! written by Trina R. Dralus. ( lesson reflects Standard 6 from The Common Core, which asks readers to compare and contrast two or more versions of the same story by different authors or from different cultures.

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Analyze an Author's Argument with Atticus Finch's Closing Arguments

Secondary ELA- Analyzing Rhetoric. Teach students how to analyze an author’s arguments with Atticus Finch’s Closing Arguments!

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Embedding Quotations in Research Papers: MLA Practice Activities

Teachers can use station activities, task cards, and sorts to reinforce MLA skills and concepts taught first through direct instruction. Add in some example sentence content that applies to teens' lives, and you have an interactive, engaging, differentiated, and quality practice lesson to help students get the repetition they need without the boredom they dread. Perfect for any MLA research unit or review session.

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Here's an assessment or review resource on recognizing informational text structures.

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Playing Spoons in the Classroom {Highly Engaging Review Game}

If you have every played Spoons, then you know how fun and engaging that game is. Have you ever thought about playing Spoons in the classroom? This post explains how teachers can use an academic version of the highly engaging Spoons game to review concepts. Free games included!

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Peer Editing Made Easy - forms and handouts for an effective peer edit

Students need guidance and support to complete effective peer editing. These peer editing forms are ideal for middle school and high school students because they guide students through the peer editing process. Middle school writing. High school writing.

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Check out these FREE character trait activities! This blog post contains a character traits ANCHOR CHART and an idea for a character trait lesson where students learn more challenging character trait vocabulary to create a collaborative class book! If you want students to move beyond "nice" and "mean" character trait responses, check this out!

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