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11 Tips for Teaching About Theme in Language Arts | WeAreTeachers | Great Books Foundation

11 Essential Tips for Teaching Theme in Language Arts

“What is theme anyway?” Here are 11 tips and ideas for teaching themes in your langauage arts class including 5 mini-lesson plans Teacher tips to teach the literary concepts of theme and main idea in stories, books and literature.

Theme is one of the concepts in literature that students struggle with most. Use this simple graphic organizer to help students determine the theme of any piece of writing and then create a collage of text and images to reinforce their theme's message about life.

Visualizing Theme with Evidence-Based Collages

Theme is one of the concepts in literature that students struggle with most. Use this simple graphic organizer to help students determine the theme of any piece of writing and then create a collage of text and images to reinforce their theme's message abo

Punctuation - social personalities. Writing prompt while reinforcing what punctuation does.

Funny pictures about Punctuation social personalities. Oh, and cool pics about Punctuation social personalities. Also, Punctuation social personalities.

Teach n' Tex: Anchor Charts & a Ferris Bueller Moment

Anchor charts - I like the personal narrative one. Could use that for beginning-of-year writing exercise to get to know students and to assess ELA skills - can be adapted for middle school

Finding evidence in text is a major requirement of our students as they build their reading skills to meet the Common Core Learning Standards. This blog article discusses the use of the OREO acronym in helping students to reflect on their reading.

This is the actual link.Our Cool School: Persuasive Writing: OREO Graphic Organizer.Opening activity: What is the best way to eat an Oreo. Includes a handout for students to use for organizing their thoughts. Great idea that the kids will love

FREE Parts of Speech BINGO! This is such a fun, free printable language arts game to help 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade practice identifying noun, verb, adjective, adverb, and pronouns.

FREE Parts of Speech BINGO for Homeschool Language Arts - This free printable game for - grade helps kids learn about nouns, verbs, pronouns, adverbs, and adjectives.

Subject and Predicate. Nice and simple....can't find it on the blog, but the picture is all you need!

Ri teach future generation the importance of sentence structure. Ex: Subject and Predicate. Nice and simple

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