It's time for a freebie. And it's not just any freebie, it's my 100th product! Wahoo - less than a year on TpT and SpEdder Together is thriving!
George Orwell's Animal Farm is a complex text that journeys through themes like conformity vs. rebellion, corruption, class struggles, the power of language and more. The use of higher-level language and British English can throw many students off, so I've created this resource to ease the process. This product provides students with the chance to create their own vocabulary cards for whatever words you, the teacher, decide are most fitting for your needs! Each card, featuring an adorable farm animal, asks students to record the word, a connecting image, the part of speech, a synonym, an antonym, the dictionary definition, the student's personal definition and the sentence in which the word appears in the original text.
This activity is accessible in both printable and digital formats. Simply print the included PowerPoint for a tactile experience. The resource is available in both PowerPoint. If used digitally, simply have students add text in the appropriate places. All pages use strong elements of color to create an alluring educational experience. My students preferred completing it on Microsoft PowerPoint and "printing" their final creations onto OneNote for easy referral. Should you have any questions please email me at SpEdderTogether@gmail.com
• Editable PowerPoint
• 3 Vocabulary Card Templates (only animal images change)
Fonts and graphics from:
• Fairways and Chalkboards (LSF Fonts)
• Hidesy's Clipart
• Lille Studio
• Write Lovely