FREE LITERARY TERMS BOOKMARKS: This simple product will make your life easier if your students often need to be reminded of the meanings of common literary terms like setting, plot, atmosphere, character, narrator, conflict, theme, tone, and foreshadowing.
This free resource includes printable pages of bookmarks that have definitions for the main literary devices used for analyzing fiction. The download includes 2 colour versions, and one in black and white for easy printing!
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HOW TO USE THESE BOOKMARKS
→ Provide them as a study tool for students to prepare for a quiz or test.
→ Laminate and give them to students as a gift for a special occasion or as a prize for an in-class review game.
→ Give them to students during independent reading as a reference for writing a book report.
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