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Expansion Pack provides standards-aligned prompts and rubrics without the immediate feedback of Signal Checks. The latest prompts feature universal content that's easy to slot into any curriculum and is particularly well suited for the rare moment of unexpected free time or standalone instructional opportunities.

For inspiration about how to incorporate these prompts into your classroom routine, look no further than these ideas for Expansion Pack activities and these tips and tricks on getting the most out of Expansion Pack assignments.

Without further ado, here's the complete list of new prompts organized by genre and grade level!

Genre

Grade

Prompt

Analysis

6-8

The Giver

Japanese Internment Executive Order 9066

9-12

Animal Farm

Chemical Reactions in Nature

Fahrenheit 451

Funeral Speeches in Julius Caesar

The Great Gatsby and the American Dream

Is Homeownership Still a Relevant Goal?

The Joy Luck Club

Prejudices and Stereotypes

Romeo and Juliet: Where Lies the Blame?

Argumentative

6

River Valley Civilizations

6-8

The Treaty of Versailles

7-8

Goals and Purpose of the European Union

9-10

Fourth Amendment Rights

New Deal/Great Society

Properties of Water

11-12

Mascot Controversy

Nuclear Power Debate

Informative

6

Comparing Ancient Indian Civilizations

Rocks

9-10

Climate Change and Its Impact on Pandemics

Nuremberg from a First Person Perspective

11-12

Ocean Acidification

Historical Analysis

6-8

Ancient Greek Government

Boycotting the British: Justified or Not?

The Constitution vs. The Articles of Confederation

9-12

Electoral College vs. Popular Vote

Executive Powers

Industrialization's Effects on the People

Legislation and Lobbyists

Perspectives of US Presidents on Poverty

The Progressive Party of 1912

Speeches of the Vietnam War

Transatlantic Trade and the Global Economy

11-12

Mandatory Voting

Narrative

9-12

Discovering Family History

Education Inspiration