Students have writing fun
and vocabulary fun
as they learn literary devices
the easy way.
This 3-page reproducible
activity introduces students to eight commonly-used literary terms that begin with A:
First, students study easy-to-understand definitions and examples
of each term. Then they use their knowledge of the terms in a 24-item fill-in-the-blank activity
An answer key
This classroom-tested resource has been used successfully in middle school, high school classes, and developmental college classes.
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