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Use this sort to help students identify the difference between tone and mood and identify tone and mood within a text.
Tone and Mood - This 27 page download is a FUN, hands-on activity for students groups to better understand tone and mood vocabulary. Download the free preview to see all the materials. INCLUDES: -Detailed Purpose (pasted in part below) and Instructions -Answer Key -Pictures of Completed Product Usi
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GOOGLE CLASSROOM USERS: This themed product helps us to engage learners who, at this time of year, are easily distracted by the spooky thrills of Halloween. As a result, it has become a fantastic time to teach tone and mood! Teacher/Student Google Slides: Within this product you will find a progress
Tone and Mood Vocabulary - Quizzes, answer keys, and four lists totaling 56 tone and mood words with definitions and example sentences. Includes: -Detailed Purpose and Instructions (pasted below) -Four Vocabulary Lists of ten tone/mood words -Additional Advanced Words on each list -Includes stu
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UPDATED RESOURCE! Google Classroom Users: This themed digital breakout product helps us to engage learners who, at this time of year, are easily distracted by the spooky thrills of Halloween. As a result, the escape room format has become a fantastic time to hit on tone and mood! We use a very power
This center includes three activites that help students sort and learn tone and mood words. It is perfect for middle school reading EOG review.
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E-LEARNING / VIRTUAL LEARNING DIGITAL LESSON --Google Classroom Users: Review the skill of identifying tone and mood through Christmas songs!Updated Resource: This resource has been updated to include additional instruction support such as sorts, short texts, and movie clips to aid in engaging learn
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***UPDATED RESOURCE TO INCLUDE INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO FOR DISTANCE LEARNING***Google Classroom Users: Test your students' tone and mood abilities with this auto-grading Google Form. Students will be asked to read 7 different short passages (25 questions) with similar storylines, but different tones and
LESSONS - I can analyze how an author uses word choice to create mood and tone (e.g., mystery, tension, suspense, etc.)- TONE & MOOD Powerpoint- T&M CLASS NOTES (TEACHER’S COPY & STUDENT’S COPY)- HANDOUTS- Room Decor - Tone and Mood Word Sort (Large, Medium, & Small)- Tone and Mood i
This powerpoint can be uploaded to google classroom. Students will complete sorting and fill in the blank tasks about tone and mood.
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This themed product helps us to engage learners who, at this time of year, are easily distracted by the spooky thrills of Halloween. As a result, it has become a fantastic time to teach tone and mood! Benefits for Student Engagement and UnderstandingWithin this product you will find a progressive ap
This is a helpful and tangible tool to both push students’ vocabulary development as well as offer a quick check for teachers to assess their initial understanding of the skill. This Tone and Mood word sort requires students to determine if the word is a "Negative" Tone/Mood work or "Positive." Goog
This is a word sort vocabulary game. It covers various tone and mood words. Students have to create categories and sort words into their categories. It is designed to fit in a fiction unit, preferably with a book. Then you can apply the words to your reading. The document includes Instructions and S
I am a strong believer that all texts must have meaningful content. Student's today are so immersed in their technology that history fades into the past. They don't have any interest in seeking it out so as teachers, we need to ensure they read it anywhere and everywhere. That is where this memoir f
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Distance Learning Activities. These Tone and Mood activities on Google will give the students some much needed practice on this difficult task. The digital activities will keep your students engaged while learning this important skill. These files work perfectly with Google Classroom, no correcting
Use this Tone and Mood Task Card/Card Sort Game to teach the difference between the concepts or review with students!Included in this product is a PDF versions of the task card/cart sort game. This game is great for independent review with students, small group instruction, or differentiation! This
Use this Tone and Mood Task Card/Card Sort Game to teach the difference between the concepts or review with students!Included in this product is a PDF version of the task card/cart sort game. This game is great for independent review with students, small group instruction, or differentiation! Produc
Use this Tone and Mood Task Card/Card Sort Game to teach the difference between the concepts or review with students!Included in this product is a PDF version of the task card/cart sort game. This game is great for independent review with students, small group instruction, or differentiation! Produc
A list of words students can use to describe tone and/or mood. The words include the definition, as well as being sorted into 5 categories based upon the characters from the movie "Inside Out". This helps students with a basis in where to look for better academic language to be incorporated into the
Grab my best-selling card sorts for 20% off in this bundle! Understanding plot elements, story elements, the structure of a strong paragraph, and how to cite text evidence are the crucial English Language Arts skills covered in these sorts. Word sorts are an engaging, interactive way to use as a pre
Description: This activity goes with a reading unit on mood, tone and style. I use it after introducing the definitions of mood and tone, but before I apply it to literature. The students really enjoy the trailers and they can clearly see how an author can change his style to affect the tone of a pi
This is a nice “take a break from non-stop writing” sort of lesson plan, and it appeals to those future Van Gogh’s and Picassos in your classroom, as well. Using Poe’s delightfully melancholy and bizarre poem, “The Raven,” students discuss first how setting creates tone which then creates mood for
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Use this hands-on card sort to practice or review Story Elements with your students! This sort contains 9 vocabulary words, each with a card for the word, definition, visual, and example. Several words have multiple visuals and examples. Words Included Plot Setting Theme Tone Mood Point-Of-View Cha
Teaching "tone" and "mood" to middle schoolers is challenging. Part of the difficulty is their lack of exposure to adjectives to describe tone and mood. This bundle has students match emojis to a short list of adjectives. Adjectives are grouped in five small sections to allow guided, then independ

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