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Our Night Unit Teaching Package has 212+ pages and slides of engaging activities. Learners will enjoy the rigor and creativity in these standards-aligned resources built from best practices. MEMOIR: NIGHT by Elie Wiesel, Translator: Marion Wiesel LEVEL: 8th - 12th TOTAL: 212 slides/pages in lesson plan unit
Night - Elie Wiesel - Pre-reading & Preface Questions BONUS: Also included is a short background video on the Holocaust which will help to provide greater historical context for your students. *** Click below to access additional resources: Night - Elie Wiesel - Complete Printable Student Study Questions with Answer
Common Core Aligned. Great culminating or chapter by chapter progressive activity for the memoir Night by Elie Wiesel. This adaptable activity can be done individually or in groups. Students will evaluate diction and figurative language in a variety of passages from Night, determine how these techniques are used to develop tone, mood, and theme.
An engaging, 5-week unit on “Night” by Elie Wiesel that can be taught in either ELA or Social Studies, or a combination of both. Includes a student packet, graphic organizers, engaging activities, building background knowledge photographs, vocabulary quizzes, and unit exam. #nightbyeliewiesel #middleschoolELA
The *original* Grammar in Literature product! Night, by Elie Wiesel, is full of detailed and strong sentences. Aside from analyzing these sentences from a literary view, students can also apply grammar terms to their reading. This exercise has 10 quotes from the novel with the option of two different directions.
NIGHT PreReading BiasMEMOIR: NIGHT by Elie Wiesel, Translator: Marion WieselLEVEL: 8th - 12thCOMMON CORE: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.2This resource can be purchased as part of NIGHT Unit Teaching Package Bundle (by Elie Wiesel).Before reading the memoir NIGHT, this activity will get students thinking about and discussing (and maybe even engaging in some friendly arguing!).
This critical-thinking activity asks students to determine who was responsible for the Holocaust and to what extent they are guilty of crimes against humanity, then create a circle graph in which they assign the person(s) responsible the percentage of responsibility they should bear for the Holocaust. Free.