Delight your students with these eight science fiction short stories for middle school. Young teenagers will love the dystopian themes, futuristic settings, and fantastical (at least, it was...) te...

Delight your students with these eight science fiction short stories for middle school. Young teenagers will love the dystopian themes, futuristic settings, and fantastical (at least, it was...) te...

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Take a trip to another dimension as you introduce your high school students to the delights and horrors of modern science fiction.

Take a trip to another dimension as you introduce your high school students to the delights and horrors of modern science fiction.

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"All Summer in a Day" by Ray Bradbury http://poster.4teachers.org/worksheet/view.php?id=158908

"All Summer in a Day" by Ray Bradbury http://poster.4teachers.org/worksheet/view.php?id=158908

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Teach your students how to “read” a movie in just the same way that we closely read literature with this five-day lesson. Click HERE for print-and-teach materials.

Teach your students how to “read” a movie in just the same way that we closely read literature with this five-day lesson. Click HERE for print-and-teach materials.

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Middle School Book List by Genre - Adventure / Classics / Extraordinary Lives / Fantasy / Science Fiction / Short Stories / Turn of the Century Historical Fiction (6th Grade) / Pre-History Historical Fiction (7th Grade) / Newbery Award - Fiction for Elementary and Middle School Silbert Award - Nonfiction for Elementary and Middle School \ Edgar Award - Mysteries for Middle and High School \ Printz Award - Fiction for Middle and High School

Middle School Book List by Genre - Adventure / Classics / Extraordinary Lives / Fantasy / Science Fiction / Short Stories / Turn of the Century Historical Fiction (6th Grade) / Pre-History Historical Fiction (7th Grade) / Newbery Award - Fiction for Elementary and Middle School Silbert Award - Nonfiction for Elementary and Middle School \ Edgar Award - Mysteries for Middle and High School \ Printz Award - Fiction for Middle and High School

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BOOKS SHOULD BE FREE: Free Public Domain Audiobooks & eBooks ~ Free audio & e-books ~ For Children, Teens, & Adults ~ Many genres: Fiction, Fantasy, Mystery, Adventure, Humour, Fairytales, Historical Fiction, History, Philosphy, Poetry, Literature, Romance, Science Fiction, Religion, Short stories ~ Search bar so you can browse for your favorite titles.

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Teach your students how to read a movie in just the same way that we closely read literature with this five-day lesson that begins with a study of Brian Aldiss short story, Supertoys Last All Summer Long, the inspiration for A.I. Artificial Intelligence, a 2001 film directed by Steven Spielberg.After analyzing Aldiss futuristic tale of a robot boy who wants only the love of his human mother, share Spielbergs compelling film

Teach your students how to read a movie in just the same way that we closely read literature with this five-day lesson that begins with a study of Brian Aldiss short story, Supertoys Last All Summer Long, the inspiration for A.I. Artificial Intelligence, a 2001 film directed by Steven Spielberg.After analyzing Aldiss futuristic tale of a robot boy who wants only the love of his human mother, share Spielbergs compelling film

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Take a trip to another dimension as you introduce your students to the delights and horrors of modern science fiction. Using the works of writers such as Ray Bradbury, Kurt Vonnegut Jr., and Isaac Asimov, this two (or three, depending on pacing) week mini-unit will entertain and challenge your advanced middle school and high school classes.

Take a trip to another dimension as you introduce your students to the delights and horrors of modern science fiction. Using the works of writers such as Ray Bradbury, Kurt Vonnegut Jr., and Isaac Asimov, this two (or three, depending on pacing) week mini-unit will entertain and challenge your advanced middle school and high school classes.

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