PLANNING A NOVEL STUDY
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO TARGET YOUR OUTCOMES IN AN ENGAGING WAY
Not sure how to effectively cover standards or to decide what is most essential to teach? Or maybe you aren't sure about pacing or how to keep students engaged. This short course will give you the tools you need to plan and implement a balanced and meaningful novel study.
MAKE A SOLID PLAN
I'll take you step-by-step through a process that will result in a well organized and easy to execute plan. By time you finish the course, you will be ready to teach the novel.
You will go through a process that will target the skills your students need for success; then you'll make a plan to scaffold lessons and activities throughout your unit plan.
I share multiple lessons plans and strategies designed to engage students as they read the novel. You'll get lots of ideas for independent & collaborative work, as well as assessment ideas.
THE COURSE INCLUDES:
- Instructional Videos
- A workbook & graphic organizers for you to plan your novel study
- Guidance on what you should cover - and cut
- Strategies for pacing, keeping readers on task and engaged, and hitting your standards
- Ways to assess understanding without chapter questions
- Lots of activities for higher order thinking
- Ways to balance independent and collaborative work
- Writing prompts that can be adapted for any text
- Detailed lesson plans that can be used with any text
- Lessons on literary analysis
- Ideas for assessments
THIS COURSE IS NOT
Focused on one particular novel. Instead, it gives you guidance for planning the study of any novel (or play) with lessons and activities that can be adapted for any text. Everything is editable and ready for you to tweak to fit the needs of your students and curriculum.
Join us in the course!
For only $14.99, you will get access to not only the course, but also multiple lessons, activities, and strategies, all of which work together to give students the confidence and skills they will need to be successful in their assessments. This is something you can use over and over again as you can apply it to any longer text you do with your students.Sign me up, please!