Literary Devices Activities for Google Drive & Print
Prepare middle school and high school English language arts students for literary analysis by helping them to practice identifying and using literary devices such as personification, simile and metaphor, and onomatopoeia. 21st century digital classroom activities for Google Drive. #figurativelanguage #englishlanguagearts #digitalteachingresources #tptdigital
"I, Too" Poem Activities - This is a great Langston Hughes poem to teach metaphor, symbolism, and the Harlem Renaissance, as well as a wonderful text for Black History Month. Pre-reading discussion questions and line-by-line reading comprehension graphic organizers make poetry analysis easy!
Fourth grade activities for introducing similes and metaphors! And main idea and details Lots of fun ideas!
4 Steps for Teaching Figurative Language
Teaching Figurative Language can be fun and meaningful for your students. Teaching figurative language through poetry can make it even better! Here are my best tips for teaching similes, metaphors, idioms, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, imagery, alliteration, and personification.
Teach Your Child to Read - Activities for middle and highs school English: Teach your students to use metaphor in their writing--and let them have a little fun too! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
Fiction Reading Centers | Graphic Organizers for Reading 100% EDITABLE
Looking for effective Guided Reading or Literacy Center activities? Simply pair any of these sheets with a Non-Fiction text, and you have an instant activity for your students! (Directions and Explanation included) This resource includes <strong>22 Fiction Reading Activity Sheets that can be used during Literacy Centers and/or Guided Reading.</strong> These activity sheets were created to align with the Common Core Standards, and are meant to reinforce “good” reading strategies for Fiction…
Figurative Language Task Cards PLUS Digital Task Cards BUNDLE
Our Figurative Language Bundle features two sets of 20 interactive Google slides for Grade 3 and Grade 4, multi-choice task card activities and challenge task cards for Grade 3 and Grade 4 (Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6). Mobile Learning. Google Resource. Digital Classroom. These English Language Arts Literacy cards include seven types of figurative language: idiom, hyperbole, simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, alliteration, and personification.Great for revision and test prep. Suitable for…
"Mother to Son" Poem Activities - perfect for your middle school poetry unit, figurative language lesson, Black History Month, Harlem Renaissance study, or even Mother's Day! Analyze metaphors and figurative language in one of Langston Hughes' most beloved poems with this easy-to-use graphic organizer.
American Rhetoric: The Power of Oratory in the United States - Top 100 Speeches, Online Speech Bank, Movie Speeches, Speech of the Week, - Audio / Transcript - / PDF
"Dreams" and "Harlem" Langston Hughes Poem Activities
Langston Hughes "Dreams" and "Harlem" ("Dream Deferred") Poem Activities! Analyze imagery, metaphors, and similes in these two beloved poems about the power of dreams. These user-friendly graphic organizers make poetry analysis easy.
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