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March 2020 Teacher Talk

Posted by Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

St. Patrick’s Day and so many more tried and true teaching ideas are here for you to check out this March.  Best yet,soon it will be spring and the end of the year will be here before you know it. 

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It’s March…Let’s Go Fly a Kite

By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

A great activity for home and at school.


Learning During Our New Reality: Social Distancing

By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning

Just a few tips on some activities to add to your distance learning.


Teaching Data, Graphing and Scientific Process with Paper Airplanes

By Tracy Willis of Wild Child Designs

Read how a paper airplane project sparked students to collect data, try out different graphs, and explore the scientific process! Remote learning freebies included with this post.


Simple Ways to Make Classroom Lessons More Engaging

By Marcy Howe of It’s a Teacher Thing

Learn simple tricks to liven up even the most unexciting topic. It’s easier than you think!


The Best Principal I Ever Had

By Gini Musmanno of Reading Spotlight

What principles make a great principal? Read about them here.


Easy-to-Implement Home Instruction Ideas

By Renee Heiss of All-American Teacher tools

Prepare now for the possibility of home-instruction for all of your students. Find easy ways to send them home with a packet of work until you come back together again!


St. Patrick’s Day Myths and Fun Facts

By Vicky Rauch of Scipi

March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day. Read my latest blog post to explore some of the myths surrounding this Irish holiday as well as to discover a few fun facts.


How to Choose Between Affect and Effect

By Charlene Tess of CharleneTess

Here’s Help with Choosing Between Affect and Effect.


School closed: Now what?

By Lisa Robles of LisaTeachR’s Classroom

Our schools have closed. Now what? Here are some links that could be useful during this time to keep your kids learning.


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Wuthering Heights Student Workbook

  • Product Description

Wuthering Heights Student Workbook contains everything a teacher needs to teach Bronte’s novel. Instead of the boring question and answer format, the Student Workbook prompts students’ ideas about characters, asks them to comment on significant quotes, and to notice some of the essential techniques used by the author such as symbolism, allusions, themes, etc. in each of the chapters. I have created this resource for my own classes, and students love the meaningful format. Instead of writing information about themes, symbolism, characterization, etc. on separate sheets apart from the chapter questions, everything is integrated in a simplified way.

In addition, a comprehensive answer key is also provided for the teacher. You now have all of the flexibility needed for your lesson plans with all of the work provided for you.

More specifically, the Student Workbook contains work on (42 activity pages):

· Important information from each chapter

· Setting description and symbolism

· Characterization (you can see the characters develop as the students’ read)

· Gothic elements

· Symbolism

· Themes

· Supernatural occurrences

· Significant quotes

· Narration

· Allusions

· Sociogram (to show characters’ relationships)

· Inferencing questions to further students’ understanding

· Family tree (to help students remember who is who)

· Conflicts

· Literary techniques used by the author

· Characterization chart

Please see the product preview for more information.

This resource includes 84 pages in total. Please see the preview for further details.

You may also be interested in the following products:

Brave New World Student Workbook

Much Ado About Nothing Complete Unit

Hamlet Complete No Prep Unit

Romeo and Juliet – No Prep Unit

Poetry Unit for Senior Students

Lord of the Flies Unit – No Prep Required

Death of a Salesman – No Prep Unit

Frankenstein No Prep Unit

It’s teaching made easy!

Total Pages
84 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
2 months

FREE MISC. LESSON – “Clip Art Home Tweet Home Freebie”

by Clip Art Stand by Tina Anne

Pre-Kindergarten – 12th Grade

Tweet! Tweet! A little birdie told me these graphics are adorable and free! Get these cute images to decorate your lesson plans, crafts, and work sheets. The download includes 10 clip art images for personal and commercial use. These graphics are hand drawn, scanned, and colored for a crisp clear image. All digital images are in PNG 300 dpi format with a transparent background. They may be used for all ages and grades.

If you like the birdies and bird houses check out my full set of “Home Tweet Home” graphics with 33 more birds and 3 more houses. The black and white images are also available in a separate set. Links are below.

Home Tweet Home

Home Tweet Home black and white

If you like the letter graphics check out my full sets of “Clip Art Letters and Punctuation” which are available in different colors and designs.

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Clip Art Stand by Tina Anne

Clipart you get: 2 different bird designs, bird house, 7 letter graphics

The purchaser is provided a single non-exclusive user license for use of the image(s). Image(s) in digital documents shall be secured to the page, as can be done in a PDF file. Please provide a graphics credit to www.clipartstand.com.


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