After reading "The Murderer" by Ray Bradbury, use this activity to tap into your students' understanding of tone and theme! This lesson requires the students to consider the connotation of words and use text evidence to support their interpretation
Towards the end of my sensory language unit, I LOVE to use the free paint chip samples from a home improvement store to draft our own examples of sensory language. I use the 4-shade samples and allow each student to choose their own color. I then
As you read Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury with your students, you can wrap-up each chapter with a fun illustration! This activity requires students to reflect on the reading and create an illustration to represent each chapter. After my students
After I have spent a few lessons teaching imagery, I LOVE to create examples of imagery with the free paint chips that you can nab at any home-improvement store! For this lesson, you will need free paint chips (I prefer the ones that have 4 shades).
I like to do this activity with my students before we begin reading Animal Farm by George Orwell. At this point, we have already discussed what an allegory is and how the novel is an allegory for the Russian Revolution. I then have them get on
This is the perfect review game for any test, quiz, or novel! All you will need are different colored sticky notes and dice (if you chose to use them). My students absolutely love when we play this game!
My students absolutely love this lesson! I start the lesson by discussing what "inferencing" is and informing the class that I will play a song (and the lyric video so they can follow along) and they will work with a partner to infer about the
This activity is a great way to spark discussion AND practice writing thesis statements! I have uploaded the corresponding PowerPoint with the prompts for FREE to my store since TPT won't allow more than one resource to be uploaded together. You can