Teaching Onomatopoeia is a 10 slide PowerPoint presentation with 4 accompanying worksheets focusing on writing skills.
This onomatopoeia teaching resource explores how authors use onomatopoeia to create aural imagery and teaches pupils how to use onomatopoeia in their own writing. Onomatopoeia teaching resources includes the following activities:
Lesson / learning objectives.
Definition of onomatopoeia and examples using images and sound effects.
Question and answer slides to enable peer assessment in the classroom.
Onomatopoeia matching activity.
Using onomatopoeia to improve sentences task.
Descriptive writing activity - 'using onomatopoeia in description.
'The Magic Key' and 'Onomatopoeia Hangman' interactive games links.
Teaching Resources: Onomatopoeia can be used as a starter activity, incorporated into a lesson or developed into a wider lesson on language, grammar and word choices.