Teach your students techniques such as epistrophe, anadiplosis, cliché, diacope and tricolon. Use the examples and models to help guide their own writing. Then put it all together and write a Christmas poem.
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This resource contains:
# teacher guidance and instructions
# 18 slides of instructions (both PDF and semi-editable PowerPoint*)
# Link to 10 FREE Christmas Card templates for coloring.
Students will need a classwork book or scrap paper to write their ideas on!
What is a semi-editable PowerPoint?
This file will open in PowerPoint so that you can use it with your projector at school. But each slide is a locked JPEG so that I can ensure all the fonts and clipart remain secure to protect the copyright of the designers I have purchased them from.
Don't forget to download your Christmas Card Coloring templates for FREE to go with this lesson. Just click HERE.
Suitable for both UK and US classrooms.
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