This evidence-based spring writing activity will add a little creative writing fun to your secondary English class while giving students analytical writing and critical thinking practice.
This lesson will work with ANY novel, play, short story, or literary time period!
You will get:
2 exemplary evidence-based examples (Poe and Potter)
1 student worksheet
1 color connotation guide in color and black and white
1 Banner for an easy bulletin board display
This lesson can be printed or used digitally! See the video for how to use this writing activity in a digital format. It works in Google classrooms, Microsoft classrooms, and classrooms using an LMS. You can also use this as a way for students to plan the art for their egg before drawing it on paper.
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Historical Figure Egg
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