Teach your students to define and identify syntactical devices like antithesis, parallelism, litotes, and juxtaposition without worksheets! This I Have...Who Has? game offers whole class and small group/partner options, along with four different variations to meet your students' needs.
This game is designed for high school English students who need to develop an advanced vocabulary around schemes and tropes.
-Scheme: antithesis, parallelism, ellipsis, asyndeton, alliteration, assonance, anadiplosis, anaphora, chiasmus, epistrophe, polysyndeton
-Tropes: juxtaposition, metaphor, metonymy, simile, synecdoche, personification, hyperbole, litotes, rhetorical question, irony, oxymoron, paradox
Each version includes an answer key, optional card back design, and game cards (4 per page).
This game can be printed on card stock, laminated, and used again and again.
It's perfect for honors and AP students!
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