Daily Archives: July 4, 2021

Romeo and Juliet Unit – No prep required



This bundled unit has been designed to make life easier for the Language Arts teacher. It contains a teacher guide with detailed lessons, a student guide with all of the notes required by students, an answer key for students’ work, and three evaluations (answer keys and evaluation rubrics included). All you need to do is print and begin teaching.

This purchase includes:

❒A comprehensive Teacher guide with 15 detailed lessons (7 pages)

❒A student guide with guiding questions and activities (focus on characterization, themes, figurative language, irony, etc…) -10 pages

❒A Scavenger Hunt activity to introduce students to Shakespeare and his times (includes eight colorful cards and a PowerPoint with answers.)

❒A detailed answer key for students’ work (10 pages)

❒A quiz on Acts 1 and 2 – answer key included

❒Oral presentation on Irony – evaluation rubric included

❒Culminating Activity – Students write a children’s story based on the themes in the play. Evaluation rubric as well as work process sheets included (7 pages)

There are a total of 51 pages included in this unit.

The unit will last between 17 to 20 periods. (3 – 4 week unit)

All that’s left is to teach. I hope you enjoy this unit.

You may also be interested in the following products:

Thematic Poetry Unit: Editable
Frankenstein No Prep Unit

Hamlet No Prep Unit

Hamlet Scene Summary Visual Notebook

Much Ado About Nothing No Prep Unit

Poetry Unit for Senior Students

Wuthering Heights Student Workbook

It’s teaching made easy!

Total Pages
89 pages
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Speech Therapy Articulation Development Age Chart”

by Karen Pritchett
Pre-Kindergarten – 3rd Grade

* Revised 4/19/14 to include a fun new Dr. You Know Who Theme! I’m including color and black and white of the new version, plus I’m leaving the old one because I just can’t seem to part with it yet. I hope you enjoy the fun new version of this speech sound chart.

This is just a little guideline we use in my school district based on a chart we all received in grad school. I spruced it up because we couldn’t find a good copy of the original one. (Mine was a copy of a copy of a copy!) I know there are multiple versions of this development chart out there, and the later developing sounds are often slightly different on each version. This has worked for us as a quick and easy version to show teachers and parents.

Check out my products for language and articulation:
Synonyms and Antonyms bundle
S Sight Words
Rhyming Task Cards and Worksheet Set


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