**This is a computer based interative game. It is NOT paper and pencil!**
- PowerPoint needed to use this game!
This is a great station activity to reinforce figurative language (a very important CCSS standard)! Students love playing this game
Graphic Organizers and activities included are:
1. Things That Bug Me
2. For/Against Introduction
3. Argument For/Against Practice on chosen topic
4. Website Validity and Credibility Rubric & article to practice rubric
5. Sources Used
A couple of activities to use with your class to show the difference between a showing sentence and a telling sentence. A YouTube video that works great with this lesson is also shared on the document. This was a great activity to really have
This is a collection of Personal Narrative Brainstorm Activities. The activities include:
1. Generating seed ideas with emotion attached.
2. Illustrating seed idea.
3. Detail/Image importance
4. Narrative Word Bank/Figurative Language
This packet is a great addition to any book club. It ties in book clubs with figurative language and also literary elements. Minilessons are not provided, however each type of figurative language has two pages dedicated to it including graphic
The boxes and bullets templete is a great resource to help those students who need a visual to begin their 5 paragraph essays. I've also thrown in the argument transition cheat sheet as well! Great resource!