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Literary Elements and Terms PowerPoint

Literary Elements and Terms PowerPoint
Literary Elements and Terms PowerPoint
Literary Elements and Terms PowerPoint
Literary Elements and Terms PowerPoint
Literary Elements and Terms PowerPoint
Literary Elements and Terms PowerPoint
Literary Elements and Terms PowerPoint
Literary Elements and Terms PowerPoint
Product Description
Teaching literary elements and terms? Amp up the fun and academic language in your classroom with this 44-slide student-friendly PowerPoint. Product addresses literary terms and concepts, such as symbolism, protagonist, conflict, theme, mood, tone, irony, and includes discussion questions that can be used throughout the year with any text. Perfect for test prep or novel introductions.

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Terrific Teacher Tip: RAFT it. Have students summarize a text quickly using the acronym RAFT:
R = Role
A = Audience
F = Form or Format
T = Topic

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Total Pages
44 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Semester
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