All English teachers teach poetry, plays, and of course the novel. This Common Core-aligned Literature Analysis Jumbo Task Card Bundle is all you need to add fun and rigor to your classroom. Product includes (40) Poetry Analysis Task Cards, (40) Drama Analysis Task Cards, and (40) Novel Study Task Cards. Task cards can be used with any poem, play, or novel and will reinforce literary concepts such as theme, conflict, setting, monologue, stanza, symbol, etc. You and your students will love this as they become literary scholars in no time!
Bonus: Go green! Laminated task cards can be used year after year. My task cards are ready to use; no gluing required!
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ELA Teach and Reach Jumbo Bundle Volume 1
ELA Teach and Reach Jumbo Bundle Volume 2
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and other Task Cards:
Analogy Task Cards
Fragment/Run On Task Cards
Literary Analysis Task Cards
Revision Test Prep Task Cards
Verb Tense Task Cards
Commonly Confused Words Task Cards
Common Core Literary Terms Task Cards
Idiom Task Cards
Context Clue Task Cards
Sentence Fluency Task Cards
Main Idea Task Cards
Comma Task Cards
Apostrophe Task Cards
Active/Passive Voice Task Cards
Every English teacher needs an inventory of Task Cards to use for instruction throughout the year. Check out my ELA Jumbo Task Card Volume 1
Need more Task Cards? Check out my ELA Jumbo Task Card Volume 2
Terrific Teacher Tip: Create a Gallery Walk for students to get feedback on their work. How it’s done: Hang student products on the wall, such as drawings, visual representations, or poster projects. Students, individually or in groups, rotate around the room with Post-It notes and provide feedback.
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