Daily Archives: February 20, 2017

Free English Lesson- Literary Analysis with Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Teach BeTween the Lines

Grades 9-12+

Celebrate this President’s day with a FREE resource! Teach students the art of literary analysis with Shakespeare’s drama filled play- A Midsummer Night’s Dream. This unit was recently available for purchase for over $4.00, but you can find it FREE for a limited time on my Teacher’s Pay Teachers site: Teach BeTween the Lines

Literary Analysis PowerPoint/Google Slides Lesson
—Graphic Organizers and Rubric to assess examples of literary analysis (for use with PowerPoint/Google Slides lesson)

Beautiful Literary Analysis Poster- in two sizes

7 high level, in-depth literary analysis questions for paragraph responses
— Graphic organizers for support.
— Printable, editable Word Document
— Digital Student Interactive Notebook

Optional literary analysis essay and graphic organizer

-CCSS Aligned:

Rubric provided

10 Pages with poster + 14 Slides

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Check out these individual lessons for all things Shakespeare!
Debate with Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream- The Battle of the Sexes
Theme Analysis in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Character Analysis with A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Student Interactive Notebook for A Midsummer Night’s Dream- Complete Study Guide

Save money and get four additional lessons with: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Unit Bundle!!
A Midsummer Night’s Dream Complete Unit BUNDLE!

Teaching Macbeth?
Theme Analysis &Thematic Literary Response Essay in Shakespeare’s Macbeth
Literary Analysis with Shakespeare’s Macbeth
Character Analysis with Shakespeare’s Macbeth

Introduction to Shakespeare:
Engaging and Collaborative Introduction to Shakespeare

Spelling Flip Book



Spelling Flip Book


The Spelling Flip Book is designed to help young learners become familiar with spelling rules and to incorporate them into their work.

Students can color and personalize their flip books to enhance the spelling learning experience.

I always like encouraging my students to use their flip books as reference sheets when they are working to promote good spelling habits. The goal is that eventually, by using the flip book when working, the student will begin to remember common errors made in the past and correct them. I have had much success with this strategy in my classes.

I’ve also included a color copy and an answer key – a total of 18 pages.

It’s teaching made easy!

FREE MISC. LESSON – “Free St. Patrick’s Day Bookmarks, Doubles Graphing Activity, Reading Charts”

by Wise Owl Factory

Kindergarten – 2nd Grade



Free printable bookmarks, graphing doubles activity, and reading charts for March and St. Patrick’s Day, including:
Lion, lamb, weather bookmark (in color)
St. Patrick’s Day and the word March bookmark (in color)
St. Patrick’s Day and the word March bookmark (black and white)
Spring birds, a rainbow, and a cloverleaf bookmark (in color)
Math cubes and graphing, doubles facts (in color)
St. Patrick’s theme reading chart (black and white)
St. Patrick’s theme reading chart (in color)
Carolyn Wilhelm
Wise Owl Factory
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