MOOD AND TONE
Help your students develop their understanding of the difference between mood and tone with this resource. Students frequently find determining the tone or mood of a reading particularly challenging, but this resource breaks it down clearly, so they are able to understand the differences and apply the concept.
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• A 14 slide Powerpoint presentation that covers the following topics:
→ What is Tone? / What is Mood?
→ Examples Of Words To Describe Tone / Mood
→ Tone Activity,
→ How to Find Tone / Mood
→ Examples With Explanations For Both
• A mood vs tone printable worksheet with detailed answer key that gives students a reading passage and asks them to determine the tone, mood, and give an explanation.
TEACHER FEEDBACK ON THIS RESOURCE:
♥ This is great for getting me to go beyond "mood is the reader's attitude" and "tone is the writer's attitude". The tone and mood exercises really get students to think about the 2 terms and provide evidence of learning.
♥ This was a great resource to teach mood and tone, which can be difficult for students to differentiate between. Thank you for the wonderful product!
♥ Thank you for creating a nice visual presentation on the differences and similarities on mood and tone. My 8th graders loved it!
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