This bundle will save you 25% off! You'll receive 100 literary elements posters and 140 Greek and Latin roots, prefixes, and suffixes posters. This resource is editable, too! Each poster was created in black and white to allow you to print affordably on colored paper to match your classroom theme.
Terms included in the 100 literary elements posters resource:
adjective, adverb, alliteration, allusion, analogy, assonance, climax, conjunction, connotations, denotation, dialect, eulogy, euphemism, exposition, fallacy, figurative language, figures of speech, flashback, genre, hyperbole, imagery, induction, irony, jargon, metaphor, mood, onomatopoeia, oxymoron, paradox, parallelism, foreshadow, foreshadowing, parody, pathos, personification, point of view, 1st person point of view, 2nd person point of view, 3rd person point of view, predicate, pronoun, prose, pun, rhetorical question, understatement, sarcasm, satire, simile, symbol, syntax, theme, thesis, tone, transition, antonym, synonym, verb, active voice, passive voice, noun, interjection, preposition, article, subject, ethos, logos, deduction, poetry, rising action, falling action, resolution, consonance, monologue, dialogue, characterization, antagonist, protagonist, foil, stereotype, flat character, round character, dynamic character, static character, plot, setting, suspense, allegory, antithesis, internal conflict, external conflict, malapropism, rhyme, internal rhyme, end rhyme, off rhyme, slant rhyme, rhyme scheme, rhythm, meter, stanza, line, foot, syllables
What's included in the roots, prefixes, and suffixes posters resource:
82 Root Terms
32 Prefix Terms
26 Suffix Terms
10 Editable Wall Cards (in PowerPoint)
3 Category Posters
3 Note Taking Sheets
Post these around your room all at once or introduce them a few at a time. These make great lesson starters or terms of the day. On your overhead or board, give students an example of the term and have them give you a few examples of their own.
The glue to understanding an idea is more than just a definition. Having students demonstrate the term, rather than solely focusing on the definition, is what will really cement the meaning.
Example of what to write on your overhead or board:
Todays Term - Alliteration
“Sally’s shoelaces slipped.”
Give 3 more examples of alliteration.
This item has been formatted to be printed on 8.5" x 11" paper.