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Yr4 – English > Understand, interpret and experiment with a range of devices and deliberate word play in poetry and other literary texts, for example nonsense words, spoonerisms, neologisms and puns. 35 pages of thinking activities and guidance notes aligned to the Australian Curriculum content
Spoonerisms are words or phrases in which letters or syllables get swapped. This often happens accidentally when we get our words mixed up (or merds wixed up).Some examples of spoonerism are:keen as mustard– mean as custardit’s pouring rain– it’s roaring painThis activity covers areas such as spell
Perfect for improving figurative writing. Uses humour to enhance students learning when writing imaginatively. Australian Curriculum; * Understand, interpret and experiment with a range of devices and deliberate word play in poetry and other literary texts, for example ?nonsense words, spoonerisms,
Figuring out spoonerisms is a funny activity. A spoonerism is when the first sounds of words are switched with each other leaving a funny phrase behind. This lesson has two sheets for the students to complete in which they will correct the spoonerisms. Also there are 2 Shel Silverstein poems that in
This worksheet is a fun way to teach a mini lesson about Shel Silverstein's poetry that uses spoonerisms. Students are asked to decode messages from an image, then create their own poem using spoonerisms. Double sided worksheet. You can edit to use more or less examples from the image.
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Have vocabulary fun with spoonerisms! This printable packet includes . . . a 1-page introduction to SPOONERISMSa 2-page STORY STARTER with numerous and humorous SPOONERISMS for students to find and correct (don't be surprised if they're giggling while they do this).an answer key This resource is a
Understand what a spoonerism is and why they are used in nonsense poems. Work through the examples and identify spoonerisms in Nonsense poems.
Lesson plan and materials to introduce students to identifying, decoding, and writing spoonerisms with the goal of exposing students to creative use of language and demonstrating how language can be manipulated for the sake of creativity and humor.This product includes:Detailed lesson plansBackgroun
This is a fun and silly activity. Students learn about Spoonerism and how sometime we wix up our mords. Students will try to decode some spoonerisms, get to listen to Rindercella and then try to rewrite a famous short story or fairy tale but their spoonerism edition. Students can then share their
This brief packet gives English teachers an opportunity to introduce students to the lighter side of language learning as they explore anagrams (reversing or mixing up letters to find other words), palindromes (words and phrases that read the same backwards or forwards), spoonerisms (switching word
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Students have vocabulary fun with these four resources.Use The Time of Your Life: A Look at Anachronisms to introduce students to this literary and vocabulary concept. This 3-page printable activity . . .• first introduces students to ANACHRONISMS, with a definition and examples• tells students abou
Invite your students to engage in these self-guided critical thinking exercises. This packet includes four units. Students will be asked to create similes, translate spoonerisms, write a cinquain, and more. The units may be given to individual students or small groups who might benefit from a challe
Invite your students to engage in these self-guided critical thinking exercises. This packet includes four units. Students will be asked to create similes, translate spoonerisms, write a cinquain, and more. The units may be given to individual students or small groups who might benefit from a challe
A collection of 5 fairy tale adaptations in spoonerism style.
English worksheets about spoonerisms. © Charlie McGrath 2020
Creative activities on everything from nouns to metaphors, from spoonerisms to haiku poetry, with a humorous, offbeat flavor to motivate students to get involved in thinking and expressing themselves in new ways. Lessons include: adverbs, puns, axioms, ambiguity, problem solving, alliteration, parap
Poetry Booklet - looking at Acrostic poems, shape poems, limericks, spoonerisms, and ballads. Each poetry form requires a 60 minute lesson, and is accompanied by a learning intention and success criteria.
This poem analysis - My crazy wazy family - allows students to identify spoonerisms; pun; neologisms and other poetic devices. Students will be able to identify the mood of the poem and write examples of each poetic device. Students understand the authors purpose when writing poetry. I would love yo
Nicken Chuggets is the story of a boy that talks in spoonerisms. He really wants to go to science camp, but has to figure out a way to earn the money to go. Kids will love saying the silly spoonerisms in this lesson and try to create some of their own. This 12 page lesson guide includes before,
A sheet of activities all involving wordplay. Things like anagrams, Tom Swifties, palindromes, Spoonerisms etc.
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A powerpoint that teachers can use to support learning about language techniques used in newspaper headlines. Includes: spoonerisms, malapropisms, alliteration, allusion.
Examples of nonsense poems and how to encourage students to write their own. Use of poetic devices such as spoonerisms, nonsense words, puns and neologisms and analysis of these devices.
It's difficult to find a poem with a number of poetic features in it so I have written one that includes, rhyme, spoonerisms, puns, onomatopoeia and alliteration.
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62 pages of activities covering the following poetry areas. Can be purchased individually if required. Rhyme Rhythm Alliteration Onomatopoeia Epitaphs Haiku and Cinquains Limericks Nonsense poetry Spoonerisms Action Poems Puns Anthems and odes Simile Metaphor Personification Calligrams and shape

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