⚜This poetry and literary devices test is in multiple choice format and recommended for grade 8 through high school students. It is a resource you'll use again and again!⚜➜This resource is available at a reduced price as part of my Poetry Mega-Bundle for Middle and High School. Check it out!ELA CCSS
During our poetry unit I realized my second graders needed a lot more practice with those poetic devices!
Add these to your poetry unit and you are set!
Includes 6 centers fit for 2nd-5th grade. You can pick and choose which devices you would like to practice.
Rhyme time-make sets of rhyming words
Studying figurative language has never been so much fun! Like the similarly-named game of Taboo, this is more organized and challenging than regular flashcards. And it's one of my students' favorite ways to review. For middle and high school, Tab-Shoo provides a fun and motivating learning experienc
Five fun games to keep your middle schoolers and high schoolers engaged in active review! Frequent review of these terms will ensure your students move these concepts to long-term memory, transfer them to their own writing, and are better prepared for standardized exams!THIS 36-PAGE RESOURCE INCLUDE
A fun and challenging CCSS-aligned ELA game will give your students practice in identifying and memorizing literary terminology and definitions. This product is also available in my ELA Game Bundle. Check it out - it's a great deal!This game can be played in partners, small groups - or individually
**This product is featured in my poetry bundle for only $3.99! This includes two powerpoint presentations and the student poetry journal! PURCHASE BUNDLE HEREThis resource is the perfect way to teach about literary devices in poetry. This powerpoint follows the ISHAMPOO acronymIdiom, Simile, Hyperbo
Grade 5-10: Students apply their understanding of simile, metaphor, personification, oxymoron, symbol, imagery, etc in this fun activity.To help students familiarize themselves with all the poetry and literary devices we study in English, this four-page interactive assignment allows them to learn co
Created by Eric Triche. This is a great way to introduce poetry. It allows you to introduce the major concepts in poetry with a format that requires student attention (filling in the blanks for completion). The file also includes the teacher key. These notes introduce the following concepts: rhy
This activity uses short, fun Shel Silverstein poems to help students identify different literary devices in context. It includes explanation of purpose, straight-forward instructions, definitions of all of the literary devices (with examples), and a model. It requires students to find three example
This Poetry & Literary Devices Task Cards allows students to practice using important poetry and literary element words.
This is a great way to practice poetry, the basics in figurative language, and sound devices in the classroom.
*This set of task cards was made to use with the important wor
Do you meet with a small group for reading? Do you meet with your struggling students for RTI? If that answer is yes, then this complete set of small group activities covering Literary Devices, Figurative Language, Poetry Analysis, Theme and Central message, suffixes and prefixes, and more is ever
This Google Slides editable lesson mega bundle is excellent to use on the days when you can not be in person with your students. This can be used for a snow day, sick day, or an asynchronous learning day. It is made up of four complete lessons including a poetry lesson, imagery lesson, literary devi
This product uses an original poem as a creative teaching tool that features metaphors, similes, alliteration, and personification while also reinforcing comprehension strategies. The 10 Questions to Make You Think Posters can be used with any poem. The PowerPoint could also be used as a read aloud
This resource includes three poems, "O Captain! My Captain!" "I Hear America Singing", and "When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer". There is also a short biography about Walt Whitman. The close reading process of highlighting, underlining, taking notes, analyzing the text, expanding vocabulary, and
15 upper level riddles to help students have fun while learning about personification. Students attempt to solve the riddles, then write their own riddles, and eventually a personification poem. Rubric and Answer Key included.
*Please note this set is intended for upper level Spanish students!
This quiz asks students to identify the literary devices being used in different lines of poetry. One question is completed by the teacher to serve as an example. Furthermore, there's one additional question (eleven total), so that students can miss one question and still score a 100. This eleven
EDITABLE PowerPoint and Google Slides accessible of my Poetry Unit (Lesson 5). This lesson scaffolds students' understanding of literary devices (onomatopoeia, imagery, and symbolism) using "The Bells" by Edgar Allen Poe. This lesson breaks down the poem into four parts and teaches the literary devi
This is a lesson using Robert Frost's poems, "Nothing Gold Can Stay" and "The Road Not Taken" that focuvses on rhyme scheme, literary devices, and central messages, or themes. Complete with student handout and teaching guide with all the necessary talking points. The assignment given to students is
This "Poetry Chart" worksheet is designed to help students "dissect" a poem to locate and record literary devices such as similes, metaphors, imagery, personification, rhyme scheme, alliteration, symbolism, and theme.
This is an engaging game that your middle and high school students can play in a variety of ways. Great for test review! You'll use it year after year. A fun and engaging resource for your middle and high school students to learn, study, and review poetic devices. All cards are editable so you can c
This is an assignment that should cement students understand of commonly used literary devices / terms in poetry. You will need 1-3 classes depending on what grade level you would like to use this assignment for.Students will be required to:Consider and demonstrate their understanding of each term /