Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

This is an anchor chart created with a middle school class. It works well for any grade, but particularly fifth grade through high school. Often multiple other standards depend on the assumption that students in these grades recognize claims and can move on to evaluate the validity and strength of the multiple claims.

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BRAIN BREAKS! Store your Brain Breaks inside of a pencil box. It doesn't take up much space, and students will be so excited when they see you pull out the Brain Break Box!

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from The Literary Maven

15 More Short Stories for Engaging Secondary Students & Teaching Literary Elements

Looking for even more short stories to read with your middle school and high school students? There are so many options out there, many of which can be used to teach a variety of literary elements and lead into interesting discussions and activities. Read on for 15 recommendations from secondary English Language Arts teachers.

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