Watch Ya Mouth: Literary Term Style

Watch Ya Mouth: Literary Term Style
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Inspired by the popular party game where people put mouthguards in their mouths and say silly phrases comes to you Watch Ya Mouth: Literary Term Style.

This game is intended to create a fun environment for the students to review the literary terms. There are 23 literary terms in total with 23 unique phrases.

The game is simple. Depending on how many mouth guards you purchase (packs can be bought online for cheap, or ask your local dentist for some donations), students work together to guess the phrases being said and the literary terms.

Each team takes turns, trying to correctly guess what the READER is saying. An example phrases is, "Holy cow, I ate a cow!" The INTERPRETERS would then have to correctly guess the phrase and then identify the literary term.

I've played this with my Freshman class and they all were dying of laughter.

Let me know what you think!
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4 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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