Teaching theme? Amp up the rigor and proficiency level in your classroom with these (32) Literary Theme Task Cards. Product provides excerpts from classic and popular literature with a multiple choice question addressing the most refined universal message. Turn your students into literary scholars in no time! Answer key included.
This Common Core-aligned product is super sub friendly; keep them learning even when you're not there. Task Cards are an effective instructional tool and alternative to boring worksheets!
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Literary Analysis Task Cards
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Verb Tense Task Cards
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Fact/Opinion Task Cards
Sentence Fluency Task Cards
Comma Task Cards
Apostrophe Task Cards
Titles of Works Task Cards
Figurative Language Task Cards
Main Idea Task Cards
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Terrific Teacher Tip: Reap the benefits with a front-loading strategy. Increase comprehension and critical thinking by accessing prior knowledge, reviewing content vocabulary, and developing predictions with your students before instructional activities.
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