Reflection: Online Resources Theme: The All American Slurp (Day 2) - Section 3: Now It’s Your Turn


The Identifying Theme assignments attached to this lesson are from E-Reading Worksheets. This site has many useful resources to strengthen literacy skills that are written specifically for middle school students. The interesting subjects are a good match to content area topics and the reading level is appropriate to this age group.

  Skill building for the middle grades...
  Online Resources: Skill building for the middle grades...
Loading resource...

Theme: The All American Slurp (Day 2)

Unit 13: Theme: A Mini Unit
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: SWBAT provide text evidence and identify a story’s theme.

Big Idea: How characters react to the events, people and places in their lives offers clues to a story’s theme.

  Print Lesson
20 teachers like this lesson
Similar Lessons
Plot: The Beginning
6th Grade ELA » Literary Analysis: Recipe for Fiction
Big Idea: The plot thickens. How does it all fit together to create a story?
Plainfield, IL
Environment: Suburban
Tiffany Rose
My Brain is a File Cabinet
6th Grade ELA » Independent Reading
Big Idea: When students are able to use background knowledge when they read, the ability to comprehend is drastically improved. And that's a good thing!
Louisville, KY
Environment: Suburban
Hillary Boles
What Makes a Memoir?
6th Grade ELA » My story, my memory, Memoir
Big Idea: Students are introduced to their first genre study. As a class we piece together traits of a memoir. Then we unpack these traits using a common text.
Evanston, IL
Environment: Suburban
Simone  Larson
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload