Middle School ELA Sub Plans - Topic Effects of Sugar

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Total Pages: 21 pages
Answer Key: Included
Teaching Duration: 1 hour
File Type: Zip

Middle School ELA Sub Plans – Topic: Effects of Sugar | PDF and Digital Formats: Use these ready-to-go no-prep sub plans for middle school ELA classes. All the teacher needs to do is upload the sub plans to a secure online location and then students can complete the engaging before, during, and after reading/viewing activities. Students will learn about what happens to the body when it consumes sugar. This lesson can be completed on paper or on the provided Google Slides.

Lesson Overview

  • Student Assignment Sheet (Before, During, and After Reading Activities)
  • Reading Comprehension Questions
  • Journal Prompts

In This Lesson Students Will

  1. View a related video.
  2. Read an article.
  3. Answer comprehension questions.
  4. Complete a journal response.

Materials Required

  • Reliable internet connection
  • Provided assignment sheets
  • Pen/Paper or digital writing tool (Google Docs/Slides)

Curriculum Connections

This middle school ELA sub-plan can be used in the ELA, Geography, or other subject area classrooms.

Teacher Feedback

  1. “Great lesson to leave for sub work, kids stayed engaged while completing it.“
  2. “These sub plan units are serious life savers! When I had to be out unexpectedly, this reading unit was so easy to assign, and it was easy for the sub to monitor. Thank you!”
  3. “Thank for sharing your rersource.  My students enjoyed it.”

Other Sub Plans

  1. One Child Policy
  2. 4-Day Workweek
  3. Canoeing
  4. Charitable Athletes
  5. Climate Change
  6. Effects of Sugar
  7. E-Waste
  8. Fast Fashion
  9. Fax Machines
  10. Green Buildings and Spaces
  11. Party Planning
  12. Repurposing
  13. Sustainable Fashion Trends
  14. Reusable Take Out Containers

Teacher Feedback

  1. “Great lesson to leave for sub work, kids stayed engaged while completing it.“
  2. “These sub plan units are serious life savers! When I had to be out unexpectedly, this reading unit was so easy to assign, and it was easy for the sub to monitor. Thank you!”
  3. “Thank for sharing your rersource.  My students enjoyed it.”

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