Easel by TpT

You Selected:

Keyword

teaching literary elements

Sort by

Digital

Grades

Other

Subjects

Prices

Resource Types

All Resource Types

Results for

teaching literary elements

34,000+ results
Relevance
This bundle of short stories includes ALL of my short story lessons. You can find all of the lessons including public domain texts here and all of the lessons including adapted texts here.The resources included can be printed, used digitally, or a combination of the two. All resources are Google Dri
Teaching with short films is a great way to engage struggling readers and English language learners giving them a scaffold that enables them to actively participate in discussions with peers about literary terms.Each film lesson comes with: -An overview of key literary terms emphasized in the film -
In this Oscar Award winning short film, a boy finds a strange creature on the beach and determines that it must be lost. Trying to find where this strangely colorful and unique creature belongs in a gray world where everyone seems content with their repetitive routines turns out to be a difficult ta
Analyze and Infer: Identifying Theme for Google Drive Teach and review the literary element of theme with your students! This teaching resource includes access to an attractive, modern Google Slides presentation about the literary element theme and provides practical strategies for identifying the
Close reading strategies applied to a short film. Teaching with short films is a great way to engage struggling readers and English language learners, giving them a scaffold that enables them to actively participate in discussions with peers about literary terms. Each film/ lesson comes with: plot m
The film is not included with this lesson, but is available for free online https://vimeo.com/113868429. Why I Love Short Films: Movie rentals cost about $5 on Amazon and iTunes. For $1.99-$2.99 you can own a short film in your video library. With short films, you spend less time on the movie watch
Close reading strategies applied to a short film. Teaching with short films is a great way to engage struggling readers and English language learners, giving them a scaffold that enables them to actively participate in discussions with peers about literary terms. Each film/ lesson comes with: plot m
Close reading strategies applied to a short film. Teaching with short films is a great way to engage struggling readers and English language learners, giving them a scaffold that enables them to actively participate in discussions with peers about literary terms. Each film/ lesson comes with: plot m
This is a complete lesson plan about teaching Theme as a literary element. It includes the goals, objectives, procedure, materials, and evaluation. Attached to the lesson plan is a Theme template/handout and an evaluation rubric. The theme lesson is based on Kevin Henkes' picture books. A templa
Common Core Aligned lesson for Middle School ELA! This one day lesson is based on the Pixar short film "Boundin." If you don't own a copy of the Pixar shorts DVD, you can find it on You Tube. I use this as a mentor text to teach dynamic character and conflict. After students analyze the film for the
"Piper" is an Academy Award-winning short film from Pixar about a hungry sandpiper hatchling who must overcome her fear of the ocean waves while learning to dig beneath the sand for food by the shoreline. It’s an excellent story that illustrates how looking at a problem from a different perspective
Close reading strategies applied to a short film. Teaching with short films is a great way to engage struggling readers and English language learners, giving them a scaffold that enables them to actively participate in discussions with peers about literary terms. Each film/ lesson comes with: plot m
Close reading strategies applied to a short film. Teaching with short films is a great way to engage struggling readers and English language learners, giving them a scaffold that enables them to actively participate in discussions with peers about literary terms. Each film/ lesson comes with: plot m
No Prep! This is an 84 page teaching unit for the novel Frindle by Andrew Clements. This unit contains ready-made handouts to accompany each chapter of this book. Fun and engaging reading strategies and literary focused activities are included! These handouts will require students to analyze the
Close reading strategies applied to a short film. Teaching with short films is a great way to engage struggling readers and English language learners, giving them a scaffold that enables them to actively participate in discussions with peers about literary terms. Each film/ lesson comes with: plot m
This PPT file serves to teach plot components. The file includes all 6 areas of plots and elements of each as tested on the Tennessee State English End-of-Course tests. Also included are two tasks for assessing student mastery before moving on to applying and analyzing plot within texts: creating
Close reading strategies applied to a short film. Teaching with short films is a great way to engage struggling readers and English language learners, giving them a scaffold that enables them to actively participate in discussions with peers about literary terms. Each film/ lesson comes with: plot m
This film is great as a mentor text for teaching suspense, characterization, poetic justice, plot elements, and conflict. I bought this film on iTunes. Netflix, YouTube, Vimeo, Amazon (if you have Prime), and https://www.shortoftheweek.com/ are also great places to find short films free of charge. T
Close reading strategies applied to a short film. Teaching with short films is a great way to engage struggling readers and English language learners, giving them a scaffold that enables them to actively participate in discussions with peers about literary terms. Each film/ lesson comes with: plot m
This 26 slide Power Point presentation teaches literary elements in note-taking form. Students follow along with the presentation taking notes on key ideas and definitions. Slides give examples and definitions on literary terms including literal and figurative language, alliteration, assonance, char
Subjects:
Grades:
6th - 8th
Close reading strategies applied to a short film: with short films, you spend less time on the movie watching and more time on the learning. Because they are really short, the films can be watched multiple times and be carefully analyzed with different learning goals in mind each time. Teaching wit
The film is not included in this lesson. Why I Love Short Films: Movie rentals cost about $5 on Amazon and iTunes. For $1.99-$2.99 you can own a short film in your video library. With short films, you spend less time on the movie watching and more time on the learning and discussion. Because they a
Use One Direction's popular song "What Makes You Beautiful" to teach Literary Elements: Problem & Solution Download Includes: Cover Sheet Handout of the song lyrics Literary Element Activity Sheet Teacher's Guide A link to the song on youtube Lesson Tips and Ideas
"LOU" is an Academy Award-nominated film about a pile of lost and found items come together to teach a toy-stealing schoolyard bully a valuable lesson. It’s an excellent story to give students insight into what makes someone behave like a bully and how to deal with bullying. My goal in teaching wit

showing 1-24 of 34,000+ results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up