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Teaching Imagery with Adjectives, Similes and Metaphors using "Come On, Rain!"
If you need a great text for teaching Imagery and Visualizing, this is the book and lesson plan for you! Karen Hesse uses amazing descriptive language (adjectives, similes, and metaphors) in her book "Come On, Rain!" to create imagery that naturally encourages visualizing. Through her expert use o
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Imagery Resource Bundle: Tools for Teaching Imagery in Writing & Analyzing Texts
***This product is also included in my MEGA bundle at a discounted price: Literary Elements & Devices Resources an Language Resources This resource bundle includes everything that you need to teach, practice, and assess imagery. Materials are included for you to introduce the idea of imagery
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Teaching Imagery with Pictures
This product is designed to be used in middle school classrooms. This product is used to teach or review the elements of imagery. There are 20 pictures. Each picture lends itself to a vivid description in terms of imagery. Each picture asks the students to imagine that they were the person that
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Teaching Imagery and Why it Matters
Lead students in a powerful discussion and practice on the magical literary element: Imagery! Imagery is the building block for several important literary elements such as symbolism, theme, and mood. Use this hands-on, high interest lesson for showing students why imagery matters! My 10th grade
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Robert Browning’s “Meeting At Night”:  Teaching Imagery Handout
Some students have difficulty understanding the use and importance of imagery in a poem. Working with Robert Browning’s short poem “Meeting at Night” allows them to comprehend how integral imagery is to a poem. My handout begins by defining imagery and lists its five types. Then it relates the im
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Teaching Imagery Powerpoint
Power point is a complete, clear, and engaging tool to assist with teaching imagery. Each slide is different and motion is included. Classroom tested for 4 years by a team of English teachers.
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Teaching Imagery with Paint Chips
After I have spent a few lessons teaching imagery, I LOVE to create examples of imagery with the free paint chips that you can nab at any home-improvement store! For this lesson, you will need free paint chips (I prefer the ones that have 4 shades). After our warm-up, I like to ask the students "Why
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Teaching Imagery for Middle and High School Students
Getting your students to understand imagery can be difficult. However, don’t give up. You can get your students to “see” what the author is seeing. The following is a collection of poems and flash fiction stories that contain imagery. You will use them to help your students locate and discuss the
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Dante's Inferno Imagery Project--Suitable for Teaching Imagery with any lit
This activity takes after the artistic style of "blackout poetry" to explore imagery. The assignment involves students finding adjectives and moments of imagery in selections from the text and then illustrating them based on the mental pictures they had while considering the text. This is an excelle
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Teaching Imagery Lesson Plan and Samples
This lesson is intended to help students think critically about visual images and to write creatively in response to them. It incorporates Folk Art but can be used for any type of art. It encourages students to focus on details and to use their imaginations to write a story that includes them. Th
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Teaching Imagery--Sensory
Students will identify imagery in various chapter books and create a display of these sensory details.
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Imagery- Poetry for the 21st Century Learner
This is a one day lesson to teach Imagery. This lesson includes a prezi presentation and an Exit Slip assignment. The Exit Slip can be used as a handout or students can simply write down the number questions and answers throughout the presentations. The use of Exit Slips requires students to acti
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Imagery and Irony Powerpoint (Using Pop Culture and YouTube!)
Here is one of my favorite lessons to teach: imagery and irony. I love teaching this because it allows me to really get the students talking. While that sounds weird because it seems like a lecture on boring English terms, the students really get animated when they see the examples from movies like
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Ninth Ward by Jewell Parker Rhodes Unit Plan
The Ninth Ward by Jewell Parker Rhodes is a wonderful novel about a young girl, Lanesha, who uses mental strength and fortitude to survive Hurricane Katrina. I love teaching this novel and use it as an anchor text. This unit plan contains the following: 50 chapter questions and answer key; final
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Language Arts (Poetry):  The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe
This lesson teaches imagery and the romantic period. This lesson plan uses a wonderful clip from "The Simpson's" Halloween special "Treehouse of Horror I". A link to the clip is included in the lesson. To reach the links, you need to be viewing as a slide show and click on the Raven image. S
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Imagery2.0: Using the Five Senses to Improve Your Writing
Writing with imagery helps the reader share the experience. It takes time to write description well. Students need to learn to use precise nouns and strong verbs. Good description gives clues to the setting and plot without giving every single detail. Included in this packet are five lessons to t
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Roller Coaster Imagery
When I teach imagery to my students, I begin with the children's story--Roller Coaster by Marla Frazee. I read the book to the students and use this handout to get students to brainstorm images. Students don't have to write about roller coasters. Instead, I tell them to write about an event or exper
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Curriculum Concepts - Imagery
This package is designed to help all teachers, but particularly Australian teachers program with the Australian Curriculum and the new NSW English syllabus. It is also aligned with USA Common Core Standards – English (Literature and Language). It includes….. • A background explanation for you, the t
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Mini Lessons: Imagery
This product includes three mini lessons and two charts for teaching imagery. They will work well in a classroom that uses the writing and reading workshop models.
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Imagery/A TRTW Lesson
For teaching imagery, I use the talk read talk write lesson format. The lesson is versatile to fit any lesson format and to add or delete activities. Included in this lesson are: *PowerPoint to be used throughout the lesson (6 slides) *Lesson Plan * Image Visual Handout (2 formats) * Imagery Notes
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Childhood Memory Personal Narrative
This insightful assessment helps you to better understand your students as they reflect on their childhood memories. The assessment includes student handout and rubric, as well as lessons on imagery, sensory language and narrative writing. Includes lesson plans, imagery worksheet, brainstorming acti
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Learning Poetic Elements through Modern Music
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Several worksheets/activities that focus on simile, metaphor, personification, imagery, and hyperbole, primarily in modern music (one page uses a classic poem to teach imagery). Each page defines the terminology, provides examples, and has students demonstrate their understanding of the concept thro
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Imagery/Tone in Poetry: "Jabberwocky"
Poetry can sometimes be tough to teach, especially to younger kids. The themes and nuances are abstract and can be tough for them to pick up. Hopefully this lesson helps teach imagery and tone in a fun and inviting way! A copy of the poem is included at the end of the lesson plan, too! Good luck!
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Imagery Introducction Activity
Looking for a fun way to teach imagery? This lesson will get students engaged and will help them remember imagery forever. I have used this lesson with grades 6-12 and it works at every level. It is great for a first or last day activity. The lesson includes several writing options or can be done wi
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