Integrate art into your ELA while inspiring students to do their best. Get students to share their opinions in a “rant writing” exercise, start a student book club, and revisit an American classic in this week’s resource round-up. 


Mixed Media based on
Mixed Media based on “Where I’m From poem” template – Art with ELA lesson by A Space to Create

 

Students create a piece of artwork based on the ‘Where I’m From’ poem template. In this lesson, they will learn to match up visual elements and emotions to create a piece of art with meaning.”

 

 

 

 

Free Classroom Poster from Inspirational Sayings 2 Set by A Space to Create
Free Classroom Poster from Inspirational Sayings 2 Set by A Space to Create

 

Classroom posters remind students of classroom expectations and inspire them to do their best.” It’s Free!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rant Writing Unit by 2peasandadog
Rant Writing Unit by 2peasandadog

 

Students love to share their opinions. This unit provides the framework for those opinions to be shared in a constructive manner.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Book Club Discussion Organizer by 2peasandadog
Book Club Discussion Organizer by 2peasandadog

 

These ready-to-go reading strategy graphic organizers allow students to focus their reading. Student can use sticky notes to fill in each section to reuse the organizers all year long.” It’s Free!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Book Thief by S J Brull
The Book Thief by S J Brull

 

“This is a bundle of resources for a unit on The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. Materials include anticipation guide and post-reading reflection, key quotes for close reading and chapter quizzes, group discussion (Socratic method) prep sheet and reflection, and character review project.”

 

 

 

The Great Gatsby - Quote Analysis & Reading Quizzes by S J Brull
The Great Gatsby – Quote Analysis & Reading Quizzes by S J Brull

 

This resources doubles as content for chapter quizzes; quiz cards and a detailed explanation of quick grading procedure is also included.” It’s Free!