Bell Ringer Journal for the Entire School Year: 275 Prompts (VOLUME 2)

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Bell ringer journal for the entire school year including 275 journal prompts for middle and high school students.

Description

Bell ringer journal for the entire school year including 275 journal prompts for middle and high school students.

This product provides teachers with an entire school year of journal prompts in an organized and focused way. The journal is organized by month with 25 entries per section. Students will strengthen their writing and critical thinking skills with these unique, higher level thinking bell ringers. NOTE: This bell ringer journal has completely different prompts from volume one as well as different content.

This resource covers:
✏ 275 unique bell ringer prompts
✏ Open-ended response questions
✏ Vocabulary: 55 unique vocabulary terms that every middle and high school student should know before graduating. Answer key included.
✏ Creative Writing Prompts: 55 creative writing prompts that encourage students to think outside the box.
✏ Famous inspiration: Quotes from 55 historically famous individuals. Students will read, analyze, and apply the quote.
✏ Critical Thinking Prompts: 55 prompts designed to help students think critically about their actions and choices in life.
✏ Literary Elements & Figurative Language: Students will define, analyze, and apply as different term each Friday.
✏ Timely events based on month
✏ Black & white AND color options available
✏ Teacher directions
✏ Cover pages for each of the months
✏ Tabs to keep students organized throughout the year
✏ Zero prep. Simply print and distribute.

1 review for Bell Ringer Journal for the Entire School Year: 275 Prompts (VOLUME 2)

  1. The SuperHERO Teacher Brittany Wheaton

    “This product is a game changer! I used this as a “homework” procedure. If your kids aren’t doing their homework, and you want a procedure that will help with this epidemic, buy this product! It helped with classroom management, at the end and beginning of class. At the beginning of class, kids peer edited journals and provided feed back, at the end of class we talked briefly about homework prompt, and I never had kids ask me: Do we have homework tonight?” -Jennie N.
    “Exactly what I was looking for!! I’m super excited to not have to scramble for a do now/bellringer every day now!” -Kimberly D.

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