The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant Activity Bundle
This is a very comprehensive unit bundle of lesson resources for the classic Anti-Cinderella short story, The Necklace, by Guy de Maupassant
. This bundle includes,
1) The Necklace Scavenger Hunt for Information Worksheet
This is a 39 question reading check scavenger hunt which is meant to enhance enjoyment and comprehension while reading the short story, The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant It also deals with vocabulary and figurative language.
It is a wonderful story that my students enjoyed so much. Now they love it. There is also an answer sheet that accompanies the activity. I think your class will enjoy it too.
2) 8 Essay Questions for Further Study along with a comparison contrast graphic organizer relating this story to Cinderella.
3) Two Word Detective-Word Attack Vocabulary Activities for part I and 2 of the story
Your students act as vocabulary detectives and use their word attack skills to determine the meaning of each new word in context. First students read actual passages and dialogues from the story and use contextual clues to determine the meaning and part of speech of each new word. They must provide at least one synonym for each new word. Then they use a thesaurus or dictionary to check their comprehension and find more synonyms for each word. There are also bonus questions which relate to figurative language and word usage. Answer sheets are included.
4) A crossword puzzle related to this story
5) The Necklace Figurative Language worksheet
This is worksheet and workshop which introduces the figurative language in the short story, It focuses on the six most common kinds of figurative language used by the author; simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, synecdoche and allusion.
This worksheet can also be used as a quiz and has actual passages and quotes from the story containing all of these different types of figurative language with accompanying answer sheets.
6) A Figurative Language Workshop which teaches your students the concepts of figurative language such as simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, allusion, and synecdoche.
7) Figurative Language Tracker Graphic Organizer
This is a graphic organizer which allows students to actively track figurative language as it appear in this or any other story.
8) The Elements of a Short Story Graphic Organizer
This is one of my most popular sellers. It covers the different literary elements of a short story such as plot, characterization, different types of conflict, setting, climax, resolution and theme. You can use this for any other story as well. It helps your students summarize and analyze the story.
I think that your students will enjoy these comprehensive and interesting activities.