Wrap up W.W. Jacob’s macabre tale of “The Monkey’s Paw” with an unforgettable (& standards-based) escape room. This literary-elements-themed escape room activity will have your students 100% engaged and 100% challenged! Use this ELA escape room in October or anytime during the school year to review the literary elements.
Interacting with W.W. Jacob’s short horror story “The Monkey’s Paw” is easy and engaging with these post-reading activities & worksheets! A wide variety of no-prep activities are included, making it easy for you to differentiate your instruction, extend the learning for your early finishers, or provide student choice. Printable? Digital? It’s all included to save YOU time..
Make your unit on The Monkey’s Paw by W.W. Jacobs memorable for years to come with this short story activities & escape room bundle. This resource will supply you with engaging and creative activities that will encourage your students to interact with the text in various ways.
Is there a better way to wrap up and review The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street teleplay by Rod Serling than with an escaperoom? I think not! This literary-elements-themed escape room activity will challenge and engage your students while delivering a standards-based review. Perfect for your scary short story unit, your drama unit, or during October!
Teaching Rod Serling’s teleplay “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street” is easy and engaging with these post-reading activities & worksheets! A wide variety of no-prep options are included, making it easy to differentiate your instruction, extend the learning for your early finishers, or provide student choice. Printable? Digital? It’s all included to save YOU time.
Looking for The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street activities for your students? Teaching Rod Serling’s teleplay will be memorable for years with this activity & escape room bundle. This resource will supply you with engaging and creative activities that will encourage your students to interact with the text in various ways.
Interacting with the dystopian short story The Veldt by Ray Bradbury is easy and engaging with these activities & worksheets! A wide variety of no-prep activities are included, making it easy for you to differentiate your instruction, extend the learning for your early finishers, or provide student choice. Printable? Digital? It’s all included to save YOU time.
Make your students’ final experience with Ray Bradbury’s chilling dystopian short story “The Veldt” unforgettable. This engaging The Veldt escape room activity will give your students that “just right” challenge as they work to break out of the different tasks. Use this spooky escape room in October or any time of year to review short story elements.
This quick review of themes in literature will give your intermediate students the refresher they need in a fun and engaging way! Review literary themes using the editable PowerPoint, encourage groups of students to create skits around themes, and finally create comics and stories using theme strips!
Guide students through poems with ease using the TPCASTT poetry analysis method. This step-by-step mini-lesson will offer you guidance in teaching your students the secret to analyzing poetry using the TPCASTT method. The editable slideshow will provide an easy-to-follow structure to help students break down poems and interpret their meaning. Afterward, use the no-prep TPCASTT templates with any poem!
If you’re wondering how to help your students tackle standard RI.6.8, look no further. These high-interest argumentative texts will help your students feel confident tracing and evaluating arguments in no time. The engaging and relevant topics combined with scaffolded questions will help your students become well-prepared to analyze (& draft) arguments!
Do your students struggle with tracingandevaluatingarguments? You’ll LOVE this engaging solution! Students will become pros at identifying and evaluating claims, evidence, and reasoning using the podcast Smash Boom — along with these paired listening sheets! Not only are the episodes incredibly engaging to kids, but they also offer the perfect opportunity to trace and analyze arguments.
If your students are ready to dive into the various types of conflict in literature, do yourself a favor and check out this done-for-you lesson! You’ll receive an editable presentation for teaching, a student notetaker, and a kinesthetic task card activity. This all-in-one instructional resource will save you VALUABLE planning time when teaching about the types of conflict!
While middle school students might be naturals at arguing, aiding them in understanding argumentative texts is a different story! With this reading toolkit for informational standard 6.8, you’ll get access to several mini-lessons and activities that break down the elements of an argument into easy, digestible chunks. These mini-lessons will help your students with reading and understanding argumentative texts in no time!
Your students are having a BLAST showing their artistic side while analyzing poetry. Why? Because you’ve taught them how to identify and understand theme in poetryusing blackout! It’s like blackout poetry with a twist. Using this no-prep mini-lesson, you’ll guide students through an easy process for peeling back the poem’s theme, then let them unfurl their creativity!
Teachers, this Zero Hour by Ray Bradbury Escape Room is guaranteed to get your students fired up after reading Ray Bradbury’s chilling dystopian short story! Your students will love putting their knowledge to the test to crack the codes and escape the invasion, and you will love seeing them review key content in a challenging way!