Poetic & Literary Devices Poetry Terms Tab-shoo, Editable & Challenging ELA Game

Poetic & Literary Devices Poetry Terms Tab-shoo, Editable & Challenging ELA Game
Poetic & Literary Devices Poetry Terms Tab-shoo, Editable & Challenging ELA Game
Poetic & Literary Devices Poetry Terms Tab-shoo, Editable & Challenging ELA Game
Poetic & Literary Devices Poetry Terms Tab-shoo, Editable & Challenging ELA Game
Poetic & Literary Devices Poetry Terms Tab-shoo, Editable & Challenging ELA Game
Poetic & Literary Devices Poetry Terms Tab-shoo, Editable & Challenging ELA Game
Poetic & Literary Devices Poetry Terms Tab-shoo, Editable & Challenging ELA Game
Poetic & Literary Devices Poetry Terms Tab-shoo, Editable & Challenging ELA Game
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This product is also available in my ELA Game Bundle. Check it out - it's a great deal!

Studying figurative language has never been so much fun! Like the similarly-named game of Taboo, this is more organized and challenging than regular flashcards. And it's one of my favorite products. For middle and high school, Tab-Shoo provides a fun and motivating learning experience. It's great for test review as well. The objective is guess the word on a card. Player one gives player two clues without saying any of the words on the card. If this is too difficult for your students, you may allow them to use one word, or two … however to best suit their learning needs. This game is more challenging than regular flashcards so provides a rigorous test review and a fun, game experience.

If you have time (about 45 minutes), students can start practicing with partners for a few minutes for a couple of days, then have a class-wide competition. First, begin by asking each set of partners to play against another set of partners. I normally use a timer and give each team about two minutes to guess as many words as possible. Then the winning team plays against another winning team (and the not-so-winning teams play against one another, all simultaneously). We do that until it’s we’ve narrowed down the top two teams. Then they play against one another in front of the class to determine the overall winner. It’s fun, competitive, and a great way to reinforce learning. For additional excitement, you may even want to give prizes!

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