Are you looking for your students to review figurative language and literary terms? Are you looking for an engaging activity for review for the beginning or the end of the year to access your students’ comprehension and understanding of these terms? This activity is perfect for this!
Your students will answer questions regarding literary and figurative language. Each answer asks your students to color in a piece of the mandala in a certain color.
This review activity covers the following literary terms: setting, protagonist, antagonist, conflict (man vs. man, self, nature and society), foreshadow, plot-exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution, point of view, symbolism, tone, mood and irony welovetreasures
The following figurative terms are also covered-simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, alliteration, allusion, oxymoron, idiom, and onomatopoeia
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