7th Grade English
FREE Text Evidence Color Coding Passage
This FREE Text Evidence Passage sample will help students identify evidence from the text using color coding. The dragonfly passage is differentiated for 3rd - 5th grade readers. The passage is also included in a very complete Text Evidence Kit unit for 3rd - 5th graders which has passages, games, and lots of color coding. #3rdgradetextevidence #3rdgradetextevidencecolorcoding #4thgradetextevidence #5thgradetextevidence #4thgradeevidencecolorcoding #5thgradeevidencecolorcoding
FREE Main Idea for 3rd - 5th Grades
This FREE Main Idea passage will help your students practice finding the main idea using a high-interest passage about a large Ferris wheel called the London Eye. The main idea passage is differentiated into three different reading levels which work well for most third, fourth, or fifth graders. This passage is also included in a very complete Main Idea Kit with games, passages, and more! #3rdgrademainidea #4thgrademainidea #5thgrademainidea #3rdgradereading $4thgradereading #5thgradereading
Comma Rules Spoons Game 3 Games Included
Help your students understand the rules about adding commas. This Spoons Game will help the students remember the different Comma Rules and help them apply the rules to their writing. Review and test prep disguised as a game. Let the learning and fun begin. This Comma Rules Spoons Game is set up for small groups. With 2 to 4 students in each group. If you would like the whole class to play make multiple copies of the card sets, and break the students into small groups.
ThE MOst DisJoiNteD bLoG pOSt EvEr! (and some affixes!)
Exploring Affixes: Write the affix down. Give an example of a basic word with that affix. Eg. DIS - Dislike. As a class, figure out what it may mean and write down the definition. Students brainstorm examples of other words with those affixes and use dictionaries to see if there is a common meaning for the affix.
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3 Steps for Teaching Root Words, Prefixes, and Suffixes
Improve reading comprehension with roots, prefixes, and suffixes! Add Greek and Latin roots, prefixes, and suffixes to your upper elementary or middle school curriculum. Three student-centered steps for teaching word parts! #wordparts #rootwords #middleschool
Interactive Notebooks: Informational Texts
Use RACES strategy with an example every week. Include multiple choice. Have all literature standards one week and info standards the next week. Lit: summary, theme/tone/fig. Lang/conflict, etc., evidence, and recommendation. Interactive Notebooks: Informational Texts | The Teal Paperclip