Middle School ELA
Here are some collaborative resources for teaching English language arts (ELA) for middle school students. Find test prep, writing resources, reading…
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Children with dyslexia don’t suddenly fall behind in 3rd or 4th grade.Learn how to assess older students and what to do when they are missing foundational knowledge not only in phonics and phonemic awareness but also in alphabetic knowledge.
FULL Digital and Print informational text lesson on the hit game of 2020 'Among Us'. Lesson includes pre-reading predictions, vocabulary activity, original article, multiple choice and short answer questions and extended persuasive paragraph response with rubric. Optimised for Google Suite, Microsoft or print editions to support in-class, hybrid and distance learning.
High engagement digital or print review writing task! Perfect for in-class or distance learning and optimised for Google Drive, PowerPoint or print! Have students review ANY videogame with this innovative and high engagement scaffold - complete with exemplars and editable rubric. Perfect for ANY persuasive / non-fiction / writing unit.
This resource (Google Slides) provides a comprehensive guide for teaching poetry reading comprehension skills using an autobiographical poem. It includes detailed lesson plans that highlight the importance of sensory details and figurative language in poetry analysis, and provides strategies for mak...
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Creative, content-driven, and compatible for scores of books, this Book Study is a must-have in your teacher arsenal. Activities promote individual accountability and allow students to work at their own pace. Common Core Aligned, the content of this resource meets several CC requirements including speaking and listening.
This research unit on owls is perfect for emergency sub plans, individual research, home school, summer school, enrichment, or a science unit on ecosystems and the effect of the food chain on the environment. With a clear lesson outline and specific directions on each page, it's perfect to leave behind or set students up to work on, with meaningful practice in reading, writing, math, science, and social studies.