To Kill a Mockingbird Figurative Language & Vocabulary Interactive Notebook - Common Core Aligned
Includes interactive notebook activities for students to use for vocabulary and figurative language devices practice while reading To Kill a Mockingbird.
The skills students will practice and elements of literature studied include:
-interpreting words (vocabulary) and word connotations
-identifying and analyzing figurative language devices such as similes, metaphors, hyperbole, personification, idioms, irony, oxymorons, euphemisms, metonymy, synecdoche, and malapropisms
-identifying and analyzing sound devices such as onomatopoeia, alliteration, and anaphora
-determining and analyzing allusions, parallelism, aphorisms, litotes, epithets, and colloquialism
A teacher's guide with answers and examples of is also included.
NOTE: Because each teacher likes to customize his or her own vocabulary list, I included a suggested list with definitions and parts of speech and blank templates.
The figurative language and literary devices section includes BOTH blank templates and activities with specific devices.
**Over 90 different examples from the book are used.**
This resource IS INCLUDED in my bundle, found here:
Many of the activities pair with my discussion questions in my To Kill a Mockingbird Complete Literature Unit
Created and copyrighted by Tracee Orman
All images and foldable interactive templates created by Tracee Orman
You can find blank templates for the activities here:
For additional interactive reading notebook activities, see my bundle: