This resource round-up is filled with ELA and social studies resources that will support your students critical analysis and creative thinking.

We’re featuring a large variety of resources for educators who are teaching in-person or virtually. Be sure to check out our largest collection of ELA and Social Studies resources — half of which are FREE!


Distance Learning Movie Activities Favorite Film Analysis FREEBIE Worksheet
Distance Learning Movie Activities Favorite Film Analysis FREEBIE Worksheet by Integrated ELA Test Prep

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“This Distance Learning Movie Activity introduces students to Film Analysis by engaging them in discussing their FAVORITE or NOT-SO-FAVORITE TOP 10 films! Have fun with this student worksheet and teacher key!”

Paired Passages with Questions Reading Comprehension Lesson Bundle Sailing
Paired Passages with Questions Reading Comprehension Lesson Bundle Sailing by Integrated ELA Test Prep

“This Reading ELA Test Prep Lesson Pack of PAIRED PASSAGES helps middle and high schools students prepare for reading comprehension exams. Each lesson focuses on a specific standard, so teachers can differentiate instruction: Citing Evidence, Central Idea, Theme, Author’s Purpose, Structure, Words & Phrases, Characterization.”

Types of Conflict MOVIE TRAILER ACTIVITY Digital Worksheets for Any Film Trailer
“Types of Conflict MOVIE TRAILER ACTIVITY Digital Worksheets for Any Film Trailer” by Mondays Made Easy

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“This movie trailer activity teaches the four different types of literary conflict and can be applied to any film trailer. Differentiate between Man Vs. Man, Man Vs. Self, Man Vs. Society and Man Vs. Nature with the informational handout provided with this resource, and then use the “Identifying Conflict: Movie Trailers” graphic organizer to analyze the conflict identified in your students’ favourite film trailers.”

IN-TEXT CITATION WORKSHEETS MLA Format Practice Activities Digital Worksheets
“IN-TEXT CITATION WORKSHEETS MLA Format Practice Activities Digital Worksheets” by Mondays Made Easy

” Teaching MLA Format to Middle School or High School students? This resource includes everything you need to introduce parenthetical and integrated in-text citations, and scaffold expository or argumentative writing.”

Writing and Vocabulary Fun: An Off-the-Wall Look at Idioms FREE!
“Writing and Vocabulary Fun: An Off-the-Wall Look at Idioms FREE!” by Class Act Press

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““Writing and Vocabulary Fun: An Off-the-Wall Look at Idioms” resource This resource combines writing fun and vocabulary fun as students learn about idioms. Included are explanations and examples of idioms, followed by 20 prompts that students “translate” from nonsensical phrases into commonly used idioms.”

Bundle: Writing: Cliches, Wordiness, Redundancy, Word Choice | Distance Learning
“Bundle: Writing: Cliches, Wordiness, Redundancy, Word Choice | Distance Learning” by Class Act Press

““Bundle: Writing Fun: Clichés, Wordiness, Redundancy, Word Choice” resource Students have writing fun as they learn how to revise to avoid using clichés, to cut unnecessary words, to correct commonly-misused words, and to eliminate redundancy. Plus, you save 20% with the bundle.”

Charting a Successful Essay!
“Charting a Successful Essay!” by Feltopia Press

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“eveloping writers often need explicit instruction on the structure and content of a formal essay. Here are two charts—one for expository, one for argumentative—that chart out exactly what should be in each paragraph and where. Use these colorful graphics on your overhead or print out for each student to refer to as they write that masterpiece of prose.”

Context Clues with SAT Words
“Context Clues with SAT Words” by Feltopia Press

“Context clue skills are critical to effective reading. Students need to be able to employ this skill automatically and accurately, so lots of focused practice is essential. These exercises will help your students become better readers and perform more successfully on state standardized tests.”

How was French society unequal in 1789? (French Revolution: The Estates System)
“How was French society unequal in 1789? (French Revolution: The Estates System)” by History Activated

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“This handout has activities that are designed to reach all kinds of learners. It is especially designed to work in ELL and inclusion settings.”

UNIT 5 BUNDLE - The Renaissance
“UNIT 5 BUNDLE – The Renaissance” by History Activated

“This bundle has dozens of handouts that are designed to reach all kinds of learners. It is especially designed to work in ELL and inclusion settings.”

Sentence Structure Foldable
“Sentence Structure Foldable” by The SPARKLY Notebook

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“This foldable breaks the types of sentences down in a way that compares them to family structures. It makes it so relatable for the students and is fun to teach.”

DIGITAL Nonfiction Text Structure Sort Activity (Common Core Aligned)
“DIGITAL Nonfiction Text Structure Sort Activity (Common Core Aligned)” by The SPARKLY Notebook

“This Text Structure Sort Activity is the perfect GOOGLE CLASSROOM READY activity to review the different text structures with students. This engaging activity allows students to practice the concept and includes an assessment.”

Free Story Cube for Any Story or Novel
“Free Story Cube for Any Story or Novel” by Write and Read

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“Story cubes give students a hands-on approach to learning plot elements.”

Rhetorical Appeals Sorting Game | Ethos, Logos, Pathos
“Rhetorical Appeals Sorting Game | Ethos, Logos, Pathos” by Write and Read

“Rhetorical appeals can be a challenging concept for students. This rhetorical appeals sorting game is a fun, engaging way for students to practice identifying appeals.”

Oral Presentation Rubric Aligned to Common Core Standards Editable and Print
“Oral Presentation Rubric Aligned to Common Core Standards Editable and Print” by Education is Powerful

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“Want a quick and easy Presentation Rubric that is aligned to the 9-12 Common Core Standards for Speaking and Listening? I have found that this rubric works great for any presentation: oral presentations, group presentations, poster presentations, or PowerPoint presentations.”

PRINT & DIGITAL BIG BUNDLE Topics for Teens Close Reading Articles
“PRINT & DIGITAL BIG BUNDLE Topics for Teens Close Reading Articles” by Education is Powerful

“Teach the Reading Informational standards with texts that are interesting to teens and apply to their lives. These close reading articles are a great way to stay flexible whether you are doing distance learning or in-person classes.”

Three Branches of Government Graphic Organizer- FREE!!
“Three Branches of Government Graphic Organizer- FREE!!” by Holly’s Social Studies Store

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“This resource features a brief introduction of the three branches of government- Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. The product includes a graphic organizer and power point that will help your students understand the roles, powers, terms, etc. of each branch/official.”

Federal Bureaucracy Webquest
“Federal Bureaucracy Webquest” by Holly’s Social Studies Store

“This 3-page webquest allows students to independently research the major parts of the U.S.”