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Need an interesting way to assess students' knowledge of story elements? Need a break from the monotony? Need a quick but engaging assignment for a substitute? Look no further. This is a great little activity that goes along with Tim Burton's film
This is a useful little presentation that talks about blackout poetry and ends with an assignment for students. It is great for creative writing classes or an English class that needs something a little different in a poetry unit. Be sure to have
This is a handy powerpoint presentation that can be used to introduce persuasive devices and propaganda techniques. It would be great for basic argumentation and advertisement units. I have also used it as an intro to Animal Farm. It includes a TON
English Language Arts, Critical Thinking, Informational Text
This is an end of unit test covering Beowulf and The Canterbury Tales. It includes 15 multiple choice questions, 10 short answer questions, 1 essay, and 1 bonus question. It also includes a link to a kahoot review game. It can be easily modified to
This simple presentation gives a very basic introduction to rhetoric and rhetorical devices. It includes a short quiz at the end that links to video and sound clips from americanrhetoric.com . It is a great way for students to dip their feet into
This is a comprehensive exam for the novel Lord of the Flies. It includes matching, multiple choice, short answer, and short essay questions that cover major plot points, characters, important literary devices, and themes.
This is a comparison chart (graphic organizer) that helps students to examine differences in diction, imagery, details, language and structure (DIDLS) as they examine the treatment of a subject in two media (chapter 11 of the novel To Kill a
This is a comparison chart (graphic organizer) that helps students to examine differences in diction, imagery, details, language and structure (DIDLS) as they examine the treatment of a subject in two media ("Ozymandias" by Percy Bysshe Shelley and