If you are looking for a way to get your middle school students interested in nonfiction, these passages will definitely help. This document includes four high-interest nonfiction passages. Students will learn unusual but true facts as they practice their close reading and comprehension skills. $

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As a middle grade/middle school teacher, parents typically want ideas for how to help their struggling readers. That's tricky, because I just want to say, "Read! Read! Read!" But I know they might need more direction. I made this hand-out and posted it, along with book recommendation lists, as a FREEBIE in my store for you to use too! Link in profile.

Book Set Recommendations for Middle School Literature Circles | Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach | Bloglovin’

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The Hungry Teacher: Guided Reading and Small Groups in Middle School PART III: Lessons and Novel Units

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Mskcpotter: Classroom Escape Room Review Game for the English Classroom

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The great thing about poetry is that it can be engaging, yet efficient; a couple read-throughs may take only a few minutes and can refresh your students on any number of skills, including close reading, determining central idea, interpreting figurative language, and citing text evidence.

Looking to breathe some life into your lit circle routine? Check out this blog post!!

Musings from the Middle School: Article of the Week

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Silent Reading in the Middle School Classroom - Tips and Tricks for Making it Work!

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Engaging, Rigorous, and Differentiated Close Reading Activities for Middle School ELA Classrooms: Short Stories, Non-Fiction & More!

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