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LITERARY DEVICES ACTIVITIES PAPERLESS DIGITAL NOTEBOOK FOR GOOGLE DRIVE | Distance Learning Educational Technology and Mobile LearningGet ready for your technology infused 21st century classroom! Your common core lessons will be alive with enthusiasm when you bring digital notebooks to your students. #tptdigitalEducational Technology. Mobile Learning. Google Resource. Digital Classroom. You don't need to be a teacher in a 1:1 classroom to deliver digital content for your lesson plans and curricu
Your students will enjoy looking for all of the literary terms words hidden in these two puzzle worksheets. The 48 words are hidden in all directions and there may be some overlaps making this a challenging word search. A great activity for early finishers or just for something fun to take home and enjoy.The 24 vocabulary words in Puzzle 1 are: Antagonist, Assonance, Autobiography, Biography, Climax, Comedy, Conflict, Fable, Fiction, Flashback, Free Verse, Metaphor, Nonfiction, Novel, Onomato
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to practice their skills with literary devices. Given definitions and examples, students must identify the type of literary device that was used. Students then use decoder puzzles to turn their answers into a 4 digit code and advance level by level to break out of the game.Included Literary Devices: Allusion, Analogy, Characterization, Conflict, Dramatic Irony, Euphemism, Flashback, Foreshadowing, Hyperbole, Metaphor, Oxymoron, Paradox, Person
Want to spice up your lessons on literary devices/figurative language and engage ALL of your students? Get your students moving and interacting with this unique high-interest activity that takes students on a “trail” around the room! Use this to practice identifying devices or to review for an assessment!If you've never facilitated a "question trail," now is the time to try it out! You and your students will be hooked on its unique approach to learning.A question trail is an activity comprised o
These vocabulary activities will help students learn and review literary devices and terms, poetic devices and figurative language, drama terms, Greek roots, and persuasive techniques. Each topic includes an introduction, practice, and assessment.List of termsInteractive Notebooks foldablesBINGO! Review gameQuizThese vocabulary activities are perfect for getting students on the same page at the beginning of the year or as review for test prep. Do the following learning objectives sound like a dr
Need an engaging figurative language activity that will help your high school or middle school students identify literary devices? These digital interactive activities are ready for your 21st century classroom; students will read excerpts from different texts and match them to the correct literary devices. As an extension and application activity, students will use these devices in their own writing, focusing on picture prompts. Black-line print handouts are provided for paper use, and answer ke
Want to spice up your lessons on rhetorical/persuasive devices and engage ALL of your students? Get your students moving and interacting with this unique high-interest activity that takes students on a “trail” around the room! Use this to practice identifying devices or to review for an assessment!If you've never facilitated a "question trail," now is the time to try it out! You and your students will be hooked on its unique approach to learning.A question trail is an activity comprised of diffe
This UNIT BUNDLE contains lesson plans for 9 short stories, 1 web quest and 10 literary device lessons with animated short films! It contains everything you need to teach these stories with confidence and ease, from activating activity to quiz and post-reading activity, it is all here! The lessons with the animated short films really help keep students engaged while they work their critical thinking and analysis skills!This UNIT BUNDLE includes the following short stories:1. “The Elevator” by
Use this two crossword puzzle pack to introduce or reinforce knowledge of basic literary terms with your class. It covers 48 vocabulary words and uses the definitions of the words as clues. Both puzzles come in two versions: one with a helpful word bank (good for less experienced puzzlers) and one without the word bank for a more challenging worksheet. Crosswords make a great introduction to a lesson, but they could also be used for a test.The vocabulary words covered in Crossword 1 are: Antag
This resource is the perfect introduction to the literary device--conflict! There is a simple PowerPoint presentation that includes youtube links in order to show movie examples of each type of conflict. There are also multiple conflict activities for practice and assessment!This resource is also great for reviewing conflict!Included:Teacher InstructionsPowerPoint Handout CompanionTwo Conflict WorksheetsConflict Task CardsLeveled Reading Passages with Leveled Question PagesThere is a higher leve
Awesome print and digital Of Mice and Men chapter 6 activity that will students to analyze events and characters that foreshadowed the end of the novel.Print and digital versions available!PDFGoogle™ SlidesCompatible with Easel by TpTLesson Pages:1. Foreshadowing Analysis SheetStudents answer questions related to:Similarities between how both Lennie and Candy's dog diedSimilarities between Candy and George in relation to how Lennie dies. Chart where students have to identify events that foreshad
Literary Devices: These literary devices cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning the different types of literary devices. A version is also available with the definition removed so that students may add their own definition for each literary device. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included. This product includes the following terms, with pictures illustrating the concept: Cootie Catcher 1: Allusion Analogy Characterization Connotation Denotation Euphem
Your ENTIRE Middle School Google Classroom, Schoology, Canvas, Seesaw, or any LMS is planned, prepped, stocked and ready to share with your students for the month of AUGUST OR SEPTEMBER! This Google Classroom Middle School UNIT 1 Planners, Get-To-Know-You Games, and Pixar Short Film Introduction To Literary Elements.★ Each digital unit includes: highly engaging CCSS writing resources, standards, digital lesson plans, weekly & monthly calendar templates, exit ticket, and evencut & paste a
These literary devices task cards are a great way for students to have fun while learning the different types of literary devices. A recording sheet with an answer key is provided.This activity has two versions: 1. Students use the definition to identify the type of literary device.2. Students give examples of each type of literary deviceLiterary Devices Included:AllusionAnalogyCharacterizationConflictDramatic IronyEuphemismFlashbackForeshadowingHyperboleMetaphorOxymoronParadoxPersonificationSa
Help your students learn recursos literarios/figuras retoricas in Spanish. Take notes on these attractive engaging note pages using the definitions and examples provided (in Spanish). Then students can work to write and illustrate their own examples. Rubric included! This file includes an editable version in PowerPoint to add examples of your own or have students complete electronically.This set includes:★ Notes & Examples for 12 literary devices in SpanishLa alusiónla metáfora el símil la r
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10th - 12th
This high school literary terms review game will elevate literary devices review from a possible chore to definite entertainment! Use one of the world’s most popular games to motivate grades 9-12 students to learn literary terms. Only if they know the answers to your bingo caller questions do they have a chance at victory. Included in this resource: how to play guidelinesa bingo game sheeta 3 page literary terms handout with definitions of the 54 terms the game testsa list of terms for student
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with literary devices, set in a fun Halloween Theme. Given short passages, students must identify the character trait that best describes the character in the passage. Given definitions and examples, students must identify the type of literary device that was used. Students then use decoder puzzles to turn their answers into a 4 digit code and advance level by level to break out of the game.Included Literary Devices: Allu
Want to get your classes to dig deeper in their analysis of literature while having fun with creative writing? Integrate creative writing into your class every day with these innovative prompts and exercises. This resource will help you answer your biggest questions as a teacher of writing. How can I get my students to write?Make it fun, make it authentic, and give them choice. These ten creative exercises can be used over and over in your classroom. Students like them because they are low-
For this Google Slides activity, students will explore the literary device of personification through different exercises and contexts in order to observe how personification adds meaning to texts. Please note that this document arrives to you via a copy link in a pdf file. You do NOT have to link your personal Google account to TpT.This focused exercise set includes the following activities:Defining personificationPersonification vs. AnthropomorphismCreate your own personification examples!View
Included in this bundle:1. Poster of Handout that identifies Literary Devices in 8 Taylor Swift songs from 2008-2020. 2. Worksheet where students fill in blanks to identify the literary device in the given Taylor Swift lyric. 3. Worksheet for students to identify literary devices from an artist of the music that they listen to. Use pop culture to capture the attention of your students and shine line on the literary devices that exist in the world around us!
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Are you looking for engaging activities to celebrate this festive season? These 30 Digital Task Cards contain Christmas song titles and the students have to decide if the title is an example of: Alliteration, Personification, Repetition, Simile, or Internal Rhyme. Made with Google Forms, these task cards are self-checked and provide instant feedback. Google Forms require a Google account and a device that is connected to the Internet.This product can be shared with your students through the Goog
This fun word search activity is a good review of English Language Arts literary terms and devices that my students really enjoyed. There are a total of 35 words placed diagonally, backwards, across, and down. Words include: alliteration, analysis, atmosphere, characterization, climax, connotation, denotation, dialogue, effect, evidence, exposition, flashback, foreshadowing, genre, inference, irony, metaphor, mood, narrator, omniscient, personification, plot, purpose, repetition, resolution
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7th - 12th
What is it? This Fahrenheit 451 Literary Devices and Figurative Language Activity is a time-saving tool that engages students in identifying and analyzing alliteration, symbolism, metaphor, simile, irony, and foreshadowing. Sentences and phrases from the novel are given, and students must correctly identify the type of figurative language and then explain why the sentence or phrase exemplifies that concept. Why is it needed? Fahrenheit 451 is a dense, deep text that requires thoughtful anal
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with literary devices. Given definitions and examples, students must identify the type of literary device that was used.Included Literary Devices: Allusion, Analogy, Characterization, Conflict, Euphemism, Flashback, Foreshadowing, Hyperbole, Metaphor, Idiom, Oxymoron, Paradox, Personification, Sarcasm/ Verbal Irony, Simile, Situational Irony, UnderstatementImportant: (How to Make Completely Digital)This product normally req

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