It’s easy to identify allusions
when you see them in playful situations.
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Students love to visualize that familiar long nose that stopped Pinocchio in his tracks.
They discover how that visual defines allusion for them, in fun ways they can relate and remember.
include 8.9 A, 8.7 A but these materials can be used to teach allusion in all secondary and university levels.
This lesson uses five world-class speeches
to locate and analyze allusions as they reveal a speaker’s purpose.
Everything you need is included
(including answer keys) to teach a 65 minute lesson. Students start with a cartoon character and will see illustrations of our President who uses allusions. Using materials such as posters, tasks and printables, students will identify the allusion and analyze its purpose in several speeches.
Finally, students apply what they learn
by using allusions in their own rhetorical. They show an allusion and state their purpose in using it in their speech.
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will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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