3 Steps to Studying Themes in Literature


Read all about the 3 things I do to help struggling students experience more success with studying themes in literature.



One of the first units we teach in middle school ELA in my neck of the woods each year is theme and central idea.  

As a teacher who works with students that have unique learning needs, I have tried many things over the years to reach all learners.  

What I have learned is condensed into a 3-step plan in this post featured at n2y, one of my favorite sites for working with students that have unique learning needs:

How to Study Themes in Literature With Struggling Readers


I hope that you'll stop by and read all about the 3 things I do to help struggling students experience more success with studying themes in literature. 

Then, if you'd like some ready-to-use lessons for theme and central idea, take a look at these:

Paper:                                                                    Digital:

Middle School students will LEARN, PRACTICE and be ASSESSED for determining the central idea in any nonfiction text AND the theme in any fiction text DIGITALLY!
Everything you need to teach Central Idea and Theme is in this Bundle: Vocabulary worksheet, word wall cards, vocabulary practice, PowerPoint, Pixanotes® (interactive picture notes) both paper AND digital, task cards to practice, a quiz, reteaching materials, and enrichment materials.

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