Thank you for downloading this resource and I hope that you will enjoy using these task cards in your classroom! Older students still love manipulatives, and this is a great way to differentiate within your lesson or unit. These cards can be used in multiple ways, and the suggestions I give are not limited to your own creativity!
You will get 60 cards in black and white and 60 cards with cool rustic graphics- so choose the option that works for your needs!
Suggestions for use:
Option #1- Give the cards to students after you review the definitions and examples so they can make flash cards out of them (write the definition on the back). They can practice the terms with a partner during the first 10 minutes or last 10 minutes of class.
Option #2- Display the cards on a bulletin board for the class to see. Copy a set for each student. Ask students to find and write an example for each term they find in the texts they read. Students can create their own interactive notebook and group like terms together (antagonist, protagonist, character, etc.) and then record examples of each as they read a story or novel.
Option #3- Copy, cut, and place the cards in a bag. Ask one or more students to select a term(s) to define and/or provide an example of the term(s) as bell work review at the onset of class or as their exit ticket.
This is a great resource to include in a sub folder.
This product is part of a resource unit I created for teaching figurative language. Click here to check out the resource:
Figurative Language Resource Bundle
Literary Terms Bingo
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