Grammardog Guides

Grammardog Guide to Evangeline
from Grammardog.com
GMD0182 (Middle School, High School)
Grammar, Style, and Proofreading Exercises designed to teach grammar in context. These reproducible exercises use sentences from the literature. Each literary work is analyzed for 12 of the following 14 elements: parts of speech; proofreading (spelling, capitalization, punctuation); simple, compound, complex sentences; complements; phrases; verbals; clauses; passive/active voice; pronouns; figurative language; poetic devices; sensory imagery; allusions and symbols; humor; literary analysis. Includes Answer Key and Glossary of Literary Analysis Terms. All exercises are in multiple choice format. Grammardog Guides help students recognize the connection between language and meaning. By learning how to analyze grammar and style, students discover they can decode the meaning of literature on their own.
Grades: 6 - 12

Grammardog Guide to The House of the Seven Gables
from Grammardog.com
GMD0186 (Middle School, High School)
Grammar, Style, and Proofreading Exercises designed to teach grammar in context. These reproducible exercises use sentences from the literature. Each literary work is analyzed for 12 of the following 14 elements: parts of speech; proofreading (spelling, capitalization, punctuation); simple, compound, complex sentences; complements; phrases; verbals; clauses; passive/active voice; pronouns; figurative language; poetic devices; sensory imagery; allusions and symbols; humor; literary analysis. Includes Answer Key and Glossary of Literary Analysis Terms. All exercises are in multiple choice format. Grammardog Guides help students recognize the connection between language and meaning. By learning how to analyze grammar and style, students discover they can decode the meaning of literature on their own.
Grades: 6 - 12

Grammardog Guide to Up From Slavery
from Grammardog.com
GMD0185 (Middle School, High School)
Grammar, Style, and Proofreading Exercises designed to teach grammar in context. These reproducible exercises use sentences from the literature. Each literary work is analyzed for 12 of the following 14 elements: parts of speech; proofreading (spelling, capitalization, punctuation); simple, compound, complex sentences; complements; phrases; verbals; clauses; passive/active voice; pronouns; figurative language; poetic devices; sensory imagery; allusions and symbols; humor; literary analysis. Includes Answer Key and Glossary of Literary Analysis Terms. All exercises are in multiple choice format. Grammardog Guides help students recognize the connection between language and meaning. By learning how to analyze grammar and style, students discover they can decode the meaning of literature on their own.
Grades: 6 - 12

Grammardog Guide to The Importance of Being Earnest
from Grammardog.com
GMD0184 (Middle School, High School)
Grammar, Style, and Proofreading Exercises designed to teach grammar in context. These reproducible exercises use sentences from the literature. Each literary work is analyzed for 12 of the following 14 elements: parts of speech; proofreading (spelling, capitalization, punctuation); simple, compound, complex sentences; complements; phrases; verbals; clauses; passive/active voice; pronouns; figurative language; poetic devices; sensory imagery; allusions and symbols; humor; literary analysis. Includes Answer Key and Glossary of Literary Analysis Terms. All exercises are in multiple choice format. Grammardog Guides help students recognize the connection between language and meaning. By learning how to analyze grammar and style, students discover they can decode the meaning of literature on their own.
Grades: 6 - 12

Grammardog Guide to Jude the Obscure
from Grammardog.com
GMD0187 (Middle School, High School)
Grammar, Style, and Proofreading Exercises designed to teach grammar in context. These reproducible exercises use sentences from the literature. Each literary work is analyzed for 12 of the following 14 elements: parts of speech; proofreading (spelling, capitalization, punctuation); simple, compound, complex sentences; complements; phrases; verbals; clauses; passive/active voice; pronouns; figurative language; poetic devices; sensory imagery; allusions and symbols; humor; literary analysis. Includes Answer Key and Glossary of Literary Analysis Terms. All exercises are in multiple choice format. Grammardog Guides help students recognize the connection between language and meaning. By learning how to analyze grammar and style, students discover they can decode the meaning of literature on their own.
Grades: 6 - 12

Grammardog Guide to Outcasts of Poker Flat
from Grammardog.com
GMD0183 (Middle School, High School)
Grammar, Style, and Proofreading Exercises designed to teach grammar in context. These reproducible exercises use sentences from the literature. Each literary work is analyzed for 12 of the following 14 elements: parts of speech; proofreading (spelling, capitalization, punctuation); simple, compound, complex sentences; complements; phrases; verbals; clauses; passive/active voice; pronouns; figurative language; poetic devices; sensory imagery; allusions and symbols; humor; literary analysis. Includes Answer Key and Glossary of Literary Analysis Terms. All exercises are in multiple choice format. Grammardog Guides help students recognize the connection between language and meaning. By learning how to analyze grammar and style, students discover they can decode the meaning of literature on their own.
Grades: 6 - 12
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Elections

Why Are Elections Important?
from Weekly Reader Publishing
WRP9780836895131 (Primary, Intermediate)
Voting gives Americans a voice in how the government is run. This book explains why voting is such an important right and answers questions such as "Who can vote?" and "What leaders do we elect?"
Grades: 1 - 4

Presidential Election Process Lapbook (Grades 6-12)
from Knowledge Box Central
KBC600216 (Middle School, High School)
One of the most important events in American government and politics is the election of the president. This event is held every four years and is often compared to a race. We say that someone is running for office and that the presidential race is on. People who are trying to be elected to a particular official job are called candidates. Almost any citizen who wants to be president can announce that they are a candidate. Usually, serious candidates for president are people with a lot of experience in government (e.g., governors of states or members of Congress). Choosing presidential candidates can begin more than two years before the actual election.
Grades: 6 - 12

Voting and Elections
from Compass Point Books
CPB9780756527778 (Primary)
Let's See Library - Our Nation From national symbols to rights and responsibilities, readers will learn about many important elements that shape the United States.
Grades: 1 - 3

Election Day
from Compass Point Books
CPB9780756527501 (Primary)
Let's See Library - Holidays Let's celebrate! Take a look at the origins, cultural celebrations, symbolism, and significance of a variety of holidays in these delightful titles.
Grades: 1 - 3

Elections
from Shell Education
SED50355 (Intermediate)

Improve understanding of the election process and enhance history and civics programs by introducing and exploring national, state, and local elections.
  • Expose students to primary sources and promote critical-thinking skills
  • Run a simulated presidential election in the classroom or study specific parts of the process with flexible, self-standing lessons
  • Provide interactive opportunities through discussions, simulations, and extension activities
  • Challenge students at their individual thinking levels using the differentiation ideas provided within the lesson
  • Zip file includes reproducibles and primary sources

Grades: 4 - 8

Spotlight on America: Elections
from Teacher Created Resources
TCR3217 (Intermediate, Middle School)
Enrich reading in the content areas as students discover the history of American elections and democracy. Students enjoy activities that include preparing and giving speeches, working with maps and timelines, and a simulation of Election Day.
Grades: 4 - 8

Elections
from Teacher Created Resources
TCR2618
Individual and group activities, art projects, games, and even a classroom election are used to instruct students about our nation's system of selecting its leaders.
Grades: 1 - 3

Find more election education resources here.
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Frederick Douglass

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: LitPlan Teacher Pack
from Teacher's Pet Publications
TPP245D (Middle School, High School)
A foundation of materials for teaching a work of literature, LitPlan Teacher Packs™ from Teacher's Pet Publications have everything you need for a complete unit of study. Download, print, and teach. Developed and used by respected teaching professionals, these manuals incorporate the IRA/NCTE standards with practical, proven methods of teaching and assessing students' learning on a variety of levels. The straight-forward format of the manuals makes them useful for whole-class book study, lit circles or book groups, tutoring, and independent study projects. Includes study questions, quizzes, unit tests, daily lessons, vocabulary, writing assignments, activities and games, review materials, and more - more materials than you will be able to use in one unit - all organized, planned, and ready-to-teach.
Grades: 8 - 10

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: Puzzle Pack
from Teacher's Pet Publications
TPP245PP (Middle School, High School)
Here's a whole manual full of puzzles, games, and worksheets related to the novel! It includes: 1 unit word list and clues, 4 unit fill in the blank worksheets, 4 unit multiple choice worksheets, 4 unit magic squares, 4 unit word searches, 4 unit crosswords, 32 unit bingo cards, 1 vocabulary word list and definitions, 4 vocab fill in the blank worksheets, 4 vocab matching worksheets, 4 vocab magic squares worksheets, 4 vocab word searches, 4 vocab crosswords, 4 vocab juggle letter review worksheets, 1 master set of vocab flash cards, 32 vocab bingo cards, and answer keys to all worksheets and puzzles. Unit words are character names, symbols, places, etc. Vocabulary words are chosen from the book and are the same words used in the LitPlan Teacher Pack. Great for review, reinforcement, substitute teachers, and more!
Grades: 8 - 10
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