This worksheet is designed to be used with lessons covering diction, syntax, imagery, and tone. The first page contains definitions of the terms, guiding questions, and sentence frames. Also, on the first page, the student is asked to find an example of each literary element and multiple examples of sensory images.
The second page is like a reader response journal, in that it asks the students to identify, quote, and respond to specific literary elements (simile, metaphor, tone, and imagery). The quotation sections contain sentence stems, a space for citing page numbers, and quotation marks. The spaces for the students' responses to the text include sentence stems.
I have found that this worksheet works best with student selected texts, with literature circles, or when combined with an independent novel unit.
To effectively use this worksheet, you will need to have reading materials for each student. I have used assigned texts in the past, but have found that student buy-in and participation is highest when the students select their own texts, like through Accelerated Reader.
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